For over ten years, the Trolley Wing Company has served the tastiest wings in the valley to many devoted customers. Sadly, they will be closing their doors for an undefined period of time while they relocate. To send off the old trolley car, they held a rager on Saturday, Feb. 27 and SLUG was there to cover it. Photos by Katie Panzer.
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