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The Shutter

Along with announcing the closing of Cuvae, Oakland's finest neighborhood Asian-American bistro, a local blogger wonders why no one writes restaurant obituaries: "Someone needs to write restaurant obits, if only to comfort the grieving customers of the recently departed. When you find one of your homey local favorites has closed its doors for good, there's a crestfallen feeling–like a stone sinking to the pit of your hollow stomach. It's hunger, yes, but sadness and a little guilt too." [Well Fed]

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