If Nakamura.ke feels like it came from a dream, that’s because it did.
“What I often think when I drink out of those glasses is, these people took their drink seriously.”
Elliott Street is a tiny blue collar stronghold, stubbornly sticking it out as all that glass and steel encroaches, as though someone cast a forcefield around it long before “mixed-use” entered our collective vernacular.
Two years later, panic giving has become a coping mechanism of choice for many who feel whipsawed by breaking news alerts, tense election cycles and executive orders.
It took all of 30 seconds before the low-grade panic set in: I’m not supposed to be in here.
“If standing up for people whose voices are being drowned in society is ‘going too far,’ then we're very comfortable with that.”
“You’d think it would be less problematic the further out you go, but now people are really into trying out the backcountry for the first time... unfortunately they show up uninformed and unprepared.”
The Ideal Bartender School aims to offer disadvantaged communities an economic path forward—and other organizations are following suit.
Welcome to Breyerfest, a treasured summer rite for those deliriously in love with horses to indulge their obsession alongside approximately 30,000 kindred spirits. [Cover story, Sunday Styles, 7/29/18]
For Avery County, the worm isn’t just an auger of a prosperous ski season to come: it’s a scrap of old mountain folklore made lucrative.