Hi-Boy, indeed. Plug in "I-90 Exit 106" to Google Maps, and it asks "did you mean Exit 106, Pekan Ajil, 21800 Ajil, Terengganu, Malaysia?" Pretty sure I didn't. Exit 106 is Ellensburg, WA.

The chef was a local landmark for decades - meaning, it was on a sign and people passed it and got used to it being there and were momentarily saddened when informed it would be removed. And rightly so! Whatever takes the place of signs of grinning chefs?

I'm serious. These things matter to a community, especially when the usual landmarks - the church, the school, the bank - aren't particularly distinctive. Restaurant facades and movie houses: that's how small towns got the thing that set them apart from the next hamlet down the road.