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NEWS Capital City Weekly For many people across the world, 2009 was not an easy year to be in business, which often made those who gave it a go all the more admirable. New businesses in town change the character of our communities, whether adding fine arts, body art, or culinary art. When a long-standing business shuts down, community members often feel the hole remaining. In towns as small as ours, business owners are familiar faces. Here are a just a few faces behind some of the businesses profiled in the CCW this year.

Faces of businesses, old and new, that make our towns unique

Sustainable Restaurant: Larkspur Café: Amelia Budd and Amy Kane opened the Larkspur Café in Sitka in March. The menu, which changes daily, uses as many local and regional ingredients as possible, including seafood purchases directly from local fishermen and produce from the Sitka Farmer's Market in the summer.
Photo By Jessie Waddell
Sustainable Restaurant: Larkspur Café: Amelia Budd and Amy Kane opened the Larkspur Café in Sitka in March. The menu, which changes daily, uses as many local and regional ingredients as possible, including seafood purchases directly from local fishermen and produce from the Sitka Farmer's Market in the summer. "It's not just more economical," Kane said. "It's better food."
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