PORTLAND ORE. —After raising money, scrubbing floors, painting, scavenging for furniture and haggling over prices for equipment, a remodeled nonprofit cafe in the north Portland neighborhood of Kenton was almost ready for re-opening. It just needed a menu. Volunteer Antjuan Tolbert, a 27-year-old entrepreneur who spearheaded the renovation of a sleepy coffee shop into a neighborhood restaurant, said he was cracking open the “Joy of ...

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