Lucio Hernandez

Caitlin Fitch

Lucio Hernandez

We’ve Moved!

And it’s mostly thanks to Lucio Hernandez that we made it all in one piece, tempers and computers intact. The Indy‘s impending move down the street had been background noise getting louder for months before we took to packing boxes last week. Along with the guys from Anthony Aira Delivery who moved our decade-old accumulations to our new shop front at 12 East Figueroa Street, it was Hernandez who heroically, and pleasantly, endured our days-long requests to move this to there, and oh, well, actually, maybe from there to here, repeatedly. Aira laughed when he recounted Hernandez’s comment about the job: “You’re glad you weren’t here.”

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