A mural I saw in the hipster part of Port Richey, FL

Tonight my son, me, and his two housemates all went to a Mexican restaurant in the hipster, arty part of town.   The food was excellent.    But what was really unforgettable and made me laugh was this mural that was painted on the side of the building.   It was in 2 sections.

This is NOT a part of town where the wealthy live, so it was probably meant to be ironic or something.





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8 Responses to A mural I saw in the hipster part of Port Richey, FL

  1. rubycommenting says:

    Yeah, you wonder what message they’re sending.

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  2. J L Hunt says:

    Beautiful paintings… 🙂

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  3. NPR Resident says:

    They’re a representation of the era in NPR when Gloria Swanson lived across the street at what is now the Hacienda and silent movie stars were the primary residents along the river. They are meant to show what life was like here in a time gone by. That was the affluent part of the neighborhood in the 20’s, etc.

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