Its origins are on Madison Avenue, that is, not skid row or even Main Street.
Plus, read Chris Lee and Christine Pelisek on how the search for Stahl has turned to skid row.
From a stop on skid row to a night out with Jennifer Lopez, see highlights of their trip.
The remaining 18 presumably “had contact with the patients in skid row,” said Fielding.
All were stabbed repeatedly on the streets of skid row during a three-month spree that began in the fall of 1978.
I did think you had to end up on skid row if you were an alcoholic.
On December 23, 2005, LAPD officers arrested Renfro during an undercover drug sweep of skid row.
Nobody but the most determined pessimist could have predicted that Nick Stahl would wind up on skid row.
place where vagabonds, low-lifes, and out-of-work men gather in a town, 1921, with reference to Seattle, Washington, U.S., a variant of skid road "track of skids along which logs are rolled" (1851); see skid (n.); the sense of which was extended to "part of town inhabited by loggers" (1906), then, by hobos, to "disreputable district" (1915); probably shaded by the notion of "go downhill."
To depart hastily; scram • Often a command or a bit of advice: We heard the shooting and we skiddooed quick/ Skidoo, skidoo, and quit me
[1905+; perhaps fr skedaddle]