When a newspaper’s name is a heavenly body, it’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 “setting of the Sun.” But here at Nation’s Restaurant News when a company fails, we avoid humorous headlines, because people are losing jobs, and that’s not funny.Then again, most people I heard, or read, use that “setting” turn of phrase meant it sympathetically. It was simply the easiest way to describe it. ...

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