Bar or restaurant? When you’re unsure, it’s time to consult the golden ratio: kids at tables to grizzled old guys hunched over the bar. On a recent Saturday mid-afternoon visit to Chicken on the Run, the ratio was 6:5.
In the 1920s, the two brothers—bold, brilliant Powel Jr. and businesslike Lewis—figured out how to produce radios that ordinary folks could afford. Then they created a station so that families would have a reason to buy them.