Arts & Culture

Oh my, Maia! You know you’re in good hands when your restaurant has a mission statement: “To be a food and beverage driven community gathering place accessible to all walks of life and to provide the utmost in positive human service interaction.

Sometimes opportunity knocks ... and knocks ... and knocks again. In the case of Dan Myers, it knocked three times before he finally answered it.

Myers had tried myriad jobs before he found his true calling, hands down — and hands all around, actually. Myers is a massage therapist and delights in bringing healing to his clients with his unique style.

Chifa to open

Chef/owner Jose Garces continues to build his restaurant empire with his newest property, Chifa, 707 Chestnut St.

“They say that’s when you know you’re in show business: when you work on New Year’s Eve,” Craig Ferguson said.

As the bar manager at Pod in University City, R. Eric Thomas deals with characters from all over the world — something he incorporates in his other world as a budding playwright. Thomas describes himself as a shy child, but anyone who’s seen him do his rendition of “Proud Mary” at Sisters Twisted Karaoke Thursdays knows he’s managed to overcome that.

Fish market marks 20 years

Seafood Unlimited, 270 S.

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