Many landmark restaurants, bars won't reopen after virus
FILE- In this June 3, 2020 file photo, workmen walk by the shuttered La Tropicana Cafe in Tampa, Fla. Now its doors are likely closed for good, like so many other bars and restaurants done in by the coronavirus pandemic. For years, his father, Roland Manteiga, kept a corner table reserved for himself, with a special red telephone to call in scoops. La Tropicana become a favorite hangout. !For regular customers or sometime visitors, historic restaurants and bars have made lasting memories for so many people as they crossed paths with celebrities or, like Joplin, the soon-to-be famous.
Machinists union president rallies striking shipyard workers
A picketer stands in front of a union office near Bath Iron Works, Wednesday, July 22, 2020, in Bath, Maine. The International Association of Machinists and Aerospace Workers Local S6 is in its fifth week of the strike over a new contract. (AP Photo/Robert F. Bukaty)BATH, Maine The international president of the Machinists union rallied striking workers at Bath Iron Works, urging them to stay strong Saturday and saying there's no way in hell the union will back down. Bath Iron Works is one of the Navys largest shipbuilders and a major employer in Maine, with 6,800 workers. The company needs to be able to hire subcontractors to get caught up, the shipyard's president contends.