Then They Went Kaput 

The tangled story of how a hotel bankruptcy darkened downtown dining

The Sunday morning rush had died down, so the managers locked the doors and employees began to clean up. But this wasn’t just another end to a shift at Scout Tavern. It was the last. An emotional atmosphere hung over the…

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