Editor Kate Schmidt gave us a scare last Tuesday when, after discovering the phone at Nazarlik disconnected, she dropped by the little Turkish restaurant and saw that it appeared to be shut down. This would have been a great tragedy, as Nazarlik, which I wrote about back in September, is the only place in town that specializes in the food of southeastern Turkey. The good news is they’re back in action, according to daughter of the house, Secil Aksoy, who says they were having problems with the gas and had to close for three days. Still, it’s a rare and fragile little creature, so give it some love.