Like its department store peers, J.C. Penney has been challenged by falling foot traffic at malls and customers’ shift to online shopping. That trend has been rapidly accelerated by the coronavirus pandemic, which led to mass shutdowns in the retail industry. The company has closed a handful of stores in the past year under Chief Executive Officer Jill Soltau. … [Read more...] about J.C. Penney post-bankruptcy plan includes closing 29% of stores
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Photo: Mark Lang, in his mid thirties, walks among shafts of light in the raw coal bunker at Hazelwood, where coal is received from the mine before being delivered to the power station. Lang is among the workers staying on to decommission the site. (ABC News: Jane Cowan) … [Read more...] about Inside Hazelwood: An ode to the workers
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The effigy of Gov. Andy Beshear was hung near where the Governor, First Lady, and their two young children live, and the act "reeks of hate and intimidation and does nothing but undermine our leading work to battle this deadly disease and restore our economy safely," said House Democratic Leader Joni Jenkins, House Democratic Caucus Chair Derrick Graham and House Democratic Whip Angie Hatton said in a statement on Sunday evening. … [Read more...] about Republicans Condemn ‘Disgusting’ Gov. Andy Beshear Effigy Hung in Kentucky by Second Amendment Protesters
The pandemic has not diminished the geographical advantages that make the milk creamier, the beef butterier and the seafood sweeter. But for the past two months, shelter-in-place mandates have cleaved this prolific, food-producing pocket from most of its consumers. Meanwhile, the Bay Area’s larders brim with Big Food commodities, not the artisanal, decidedly unshelf-stable foods grown and produced in West Marin. How does an agricultural community — where distances between neighboring farms measure tens of miles, rather than tens of feet — stay resilient and productive without a large swath of its market? … [Read more...] about Stalled by a pandemic, West Marin producers turn to trading foodstuffs