On October 18 of this year, Corey Jones was fatally shot by a plainclothes Palm Beach Gardens police officer. The 31-year-old drummer was waiting for a tow truck. His death struck a chord within the national debate about police officers' use of force, especially against people of color. But closer to home, in Delray Beach, Jones' passing resounds more deeply at an eatery along NE Second Street. At the New Vegan, Jones' cousin Rahein Jones and his wife Patricia carry on, serving superfood burgers, palm heart toona sandwiches, quinoa and falafel pastas, and walnut brownie desserts. Their food is all vegan, and some is even free of soy, wheat, gluten, and GMOs. They've even opened up a food truck. After Jones' death the shop closed for two weeks, and it's still hard not to think of Corey when the most popular side dish is Corey Rice, a recipe he conjured up of brown rice, peppers, and onions. "RIP Corey Jones" remains stenciled on the front door.