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Though the ludicrous government shutdown continues, there's at least some happy news for the Cliff House, which was allowed to reopen on Saturday. As followers of the story will recall, the historic restaurant is a National Parks concessionaire, and was forced to close by the shutdown. After reopening for a couple of days against the regulations, they were made to close again, but the government gave them a reprieve this weekend. The owners are still estimated to have lost $70K, and 170 staff members were furloughed, many without pay, for a week. [Inside Scoop]

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