“Nestled among South Street’s jewelry stores, cigar shops, and clothing stores sits a new shop adorned with red balloons and a ‘Grand Opening’ banner.
“In the window stands a silver mannequin in a black sweatshirt and sweatpants with the words Fallen Angel across the chest. The outline of a red baby cherub holds a gun behind the words.
“A group of friends, family, and prospective customers waded in and out of the store, named Premiére Bande, sharing memories of their fallen angel.
“‘It’s like he’s right next to me,’ said Dawud Savage, brother of slain entrepreneur Sircarr Johnson Jr., for whom the store is in memory.”
[Read more via The Philadelphia Inquirer] »