Oakhart Social's Tristan Wraight Photo: Amy Jackson Smith

Food stars—they’re just like us!

Around here, the folks cooking your favorite foods are as close to celebrities as some of us get (unless you’re lucky enough to corner Dave Matthews on the mall). So, for this year’s annual Food & Drink Issue, we decided to take a look behind the scenes—beyond your pork belly tacos and pain de campagne—at […]

Death Cab for Cutie plays The Sprint Pavilion Thursday, October 18. Photo by Eliot Lee Hazel

ARTS Pick: Death Cab for Cutie

Begun as a side project in Washington state over two decades ago, Death Cab  for Cutie broke through  with relatable, brokenhearted odes on 2003’s Transatlanticism, an album that landed songs  on “The O.C.” series soundtrack and ratcheted up the group’s indie rock caché. On tour for its ninth studio album, Thank You for Today, Ben Gibbard and company still […]

The city shut-down placard sounds a lot worse than a collapsed ceiling.
Photo courtesy Sean Tubbs

Divide revives

West Main passersby were alarmed last week to see yellow caution tape stretched in front of Parallel 38 and Gus’ Custom Tailoring, and a sign declaring Continental Divide “unfit for human habitation or occupation.” Despite that dire warning, the problem (a collapsed ceiling) should be repaired and the restaurant up and running again next week, […]