When a newspaperâ€™s name is a heavenly body, itâ€™s so easy to make puns about it. In this case, the fact that the New York Sun stopped printing after Sept. 30 was described mostly as the â€śsetting of the Sun.â€ť But here at Nationâ€™s Restaurant News when a company fails, we avoid humorous headlines, because people are losing jobs, and thatâ€™s not funny.Then again, most people I heard, or read, use that â€śsettingâ€ť turn of phrase meant it sympathetically. It was simply the easiest way to describe it. ...
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