Dave Grohl of the Foo Fighters performs onstage at the Global Citizen Festival In Central Park to end extreme poverty - Show at Central Park on September 29, 2012 in New York City.
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WARREN, Ohio - An ambiguously addressed letter from a teenage fan in Ireland to Foo Fighters frontman Dave Grohl has ended up at a comic book store in the northeast Ohio town where the musician was born.
The Warren Tribune Chronicle ( http://bit.ly/11t0Q9h ) reports the handwritten note was delivered to All American Cards and Comics in Warren, which sits near an alley named for Grohl. The store's owner attributes the delivery to its proximity to the alley.
For a school assignment, 13-year-old Sean Woods had mailed the note to "Warren, Ohio, America" without a street address, hoping it would reach Grohl and he'd respond.
The local resident who came up with the idea for naming the alley has promised to try to get the letter to Grohl, who has relatives in the area.
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