It's a weird thing to walk past Out of Vogue's closed storefront in the middle of the day. With a hand pressed up against your forehead like a visor, you stare into a roomful of lively, Art Deco objects subdued by darkness. A light veil of midweek dust collects on candy-colored furniture, stylish mannequins and a row of vintage guitars that line the wall behind the checkout counter. For a second, you almost look right past the flier on the front door featuring Mike Atta's face. The hastily taken family photo shows the bald, middle-aged shop owner; his wife, Pam; and their 10-year-old son, Van. The message printed on it is simple: "If you love Out of Vogue, Help Mike Battle Cancer." Even if the lights were on in this place, it would be missing the fire... More >>>