About 100 kids line a tiny alley in the Fishtown neighborhood of Philadelphia, clapping and waving on cue. In the middle of them all, a rail-thin hesher with shoulder-length hair. He's wearing a crown, and is pushed down the street on a makeshift throne on wheels. He has security. And flag bearers. A man who looks very much like him leads the procession a few feet ahead, playing a guitar. Just your average, back-alley parade on... More >>>