Ignite Restaurant Group Inc. has apologized for an “offensive” photo of an 1895 lynching that was embedded in a table at a Joe’s Crab Shack restaurant in Roseville, Minn., and removed it after two African-American customers encountered it Wednesday, the company said Friday.  David Catalano, chief operating officer of Houston-based Ignite, said in a statement: “We understand one of the photos used in our table decor at our Joe’s Crab Shack location in ...

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