Gas prices are up, jobs numbers are stalled—bad news for main street, good for the presumptive nominee.
But clearly, whoever was wielding that prescription pad was no main street doctor.
Even worse for Bernanke, was that the new president's economic policies have benefitted Wall Street much more than main street.
As he continues on his way through the main street, I suggest he pays attention to his right, to the Azza refugee camp.
The rap on Wall Street and the big banks is that they are disconnected from the main street economy.
The streets were a confusion of many colors, and eager faces filled every window opening on main street or the Square.
I had remarked her on the main street before I knew her identity.
He drove to main street first and tied his horse before the grocery that received his infrequent patronage.
The main street lot's a good one, and my house'll look good on it.
Was it possible the cute little girls, so well known by sight on main street going from shop to shop, were secretly scandalous?
"principal street of a (U.S.) town," 1810. Used allusively to indicate "mediocrity, small-town materialism" from late 19c., especially since publication of Sinclair Lewis's novel "Main Street" (1920).