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In the long history of Suna Bros., we have only been closed twice for a prolonged period of time. Twice! That’s saying something for a company that’s been around since the 1930s. We reopened in 1945 after the end of...
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Two months...9 weeks...63 days. No matter how we measure our time at home, it has been awhile. Me? I’m getting antsy. I actually miss my daily grind prior to March 16th when the Suna office closed. Now that the weather...
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Sign of the Times Everywhere I look, there are reminders of our new normal. Signs on stores and takeout restaurants tell us to wear a mask. Footprints by cash registers show where customers should wait. Aisles in grocery stores are...
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Many of us have now been sheltering at home for over a month. It is very interesting how quickly we can adapt and have created daily routines in this strange new reality. Most days, weather permitting, my wife Marjorie and...
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The first week of quarantine, against everyone’s advice (this includes the Governor, Mayor, my wife, kids, friends and employees), I decided to go to the Suna Bros. office. My normal morning commute is a 50-block bus ride, but I didn’t...
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