Creative destruction can be a good thing. Public spaces rebuilt to be more attractive to visitors. Restaurants replace retail, parks spring up reborn. Transit is rethought. Its all good. Until someone you know falls victim to it.
"The hunger for love is much more difficult to remove than the hunger for bread." ~ Mother Teresa
By this measure Terry from Outside is a very rich man indeed. Unfortunately that doesn't pay the bills and Outside fell victim the economy.
Well he went out with a bang Friday night with a blowout Cinco de Mayo themed party to thank everyone for their support and to allow us to thank him for providing us with really cool options for our outside spaces.
The place looked really sad all cleaned out.
I'm sure he'll popup somewhere else, stronger and wiser from the experience. The Q will be just a little quieter without Outside.