Almost three years after his indictment on 47 counts of grand larceny, forgery and conspiracy, Thomas Prusik-Parkin is now on trial. The case, in which Prusik-Parkin was accused of dressing as his dead mother for six years in order to collect social security and rent subsidies, made for a lively city story back in 2009, and even made the international press. The building where he lived, at the corner of Sixth & 12th, now houses the restaurant Sweet Wolf. Here's a description from the website. It's:
A beautiful corner space with a patio enclosed in iron gates. forty seats of interior space with a focus on community seating. a place with soul that encourages interactions amongst friends, new or old. a wood fired brick oven provides an atmosphere of warmth and visual appeal with an open kitchen to allow customers to view every level of our production. our chef might pour you one of our craft beers on draught while your steak finishes its time in the wood oven. copper ceilings, brick walls and the feeling of being at a cozy dinner party with friends, all in the neighborhood.