City poised to pull alcohol permits for two Waterside bars (Virginian-Pilot)
If you like throwing back a cold one at Bar Norfolk or Have a Nice Day Cafe, you’re out of luck. The City Council will almost certainly revoke the permits of both Waterside entertainment venues to serve alcohol, Mayor Paul Fraim and Vice Mayor Anthony L. Burfoot said.
Lawyers in Limbo: Young attorneys work very un-legal jobs (Boston Business Journal)
Bobbi-Sue Doyle-Hazard didn’t go to law school so she could serve juicy $45 steaks at Abe & Louie’s nightly.
Commercial real estate gets worse (USA Today)
The commercial real estate downturn is deepening, threatening to slow the economic recovery. To try to contain the damage, the Federal Reserve said Monday that it will extend into 2010 a program to help investors buy commercial property loans. But some say that will have limited impact.
Vegetable Gardens Help Morale Grow (WSJ)
Some small companies seeking an extra benefit for their employees are turning to their backyard for inspiration: a vegetable garden.
How Sam Adams Helped Save Craft Brewing (Fast Company)
Making and drinking beer is serious business, says Boston Beer Founder, Jim Koch. But he’s just as serious about doing right by his neighbors and his band of craft brewing brothers.