Memories of an Andy Frain find place in new book as borrowed from thebeverlyreview.net

Posted: Tuesday, November 12, 2013 9:56 am | Updated: 11:52 am, Tue Nov 12, 2013.

by Caroline Connors

In 1975, John Linehan was 16 and living on the South Side when he landed a job as an Andy Frain usher. His experiences over the next couple of years shaped his life, he said, and became the basis for a book he wrote about coming of age in Chicago during a time of turmoil and change.

In his book, “City Life,” Linehan chronicles the teen years of Francis Curtin, a kid growing up in the parish of St. Justin Martyr in the West Englewood neighborhood of Chicago in the mid-1970s. As a student at Leo High School, Curtin’s world begins to expand when he buys a 1967 Ford Galaxy 500 and is hired by Andy Frain Services, a Chicago-based company that once provided crowd control, security and ushering services for nearly every Chicago sports and entertainment venue.

To purchase the book on Amazon.com click City Life by John G. Linehan.

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