The Democratic National Convention comes to Denver next week. Such a historic event divides people into two camps—those who are excited and want to be a part of it, and those who are dreading all the crowds and fuss and plan to stay home.I firmly believe journalists should remain neutral, so I won’t divulge which camp I support. But I’m sympathetic to the restaurant operators I’ve been talking to, both the thrilled and the apprehensive.No one is sure what to expect as to whether this ...

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