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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

Fine Art for Fine Lives: Salty and Jim Hanes: Salty Hanes and her husband Jim (not shown) opened the Bentwood and Bead gallery at the end of 2008. In 2009, it become a regular fixture in Juneau's First Friday gallery walk. The Hanes live above their gallery and they enjoy working together and keeping things on a small scale.
Photo By Libby Sterling
Fine Art for Fine Lives: Salty and Jim Hanes: Salty Hanes and her husband Jim (not shown) opened the Bentwood and Bead gallery at the end of 2008. In 2009, it become a regular fixture in Juneau's First Friday gallery walk. The Hanes live above their gallery and they enjoy working together and keeping things on a small scale. "We're back to how we started, which is small and doing it together," Jim said.
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