Bobby Byrd of El Paso was many things to many people. But first and foremost, Bobby was a poet.
For lifelong film enthusiast Sara Button, photos taken on a phone just don’t do a memory justice.
What goes on a burger is about as important to the burger experience as the meat itself.
Travelers entering the Gardner for the first time could understandably mistake it for a museum. Steps from the front entrance, a curio case houses rarities including a replica of infamous bank robber John Dillinger’s plaster death mask and original “wanted” poster, a handwritten letter by Leo Tolstoy, and vintage typewriters.
If your burger obsession spills onto Instagram, like mine does, you may have picked up on the trend of smoked burgers: the thrilling merger of contemporary craft barbecue techniques with the communal sense memory of childhood summertime backyard barbecues.