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As sales to restaurant clients dried up, oyster farmer Peter Stein had to adapt or perish. Now, he's delivering oysters directly to individual customers — doing about 20% of his usual business. Jonathan Pearson / Flickr hide caption

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Business Adapts To Deliver The World, In A Long Island Oyster, Door To Door

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Bryce Canyon National Park in southern Utah has been closed to visitors since early April. Peter Densmore/National Park Service hide caption

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Though Closed To The Public, Bryce Canyon Still Teems With Life

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Sweet Farm animal sanctuary in Half Moon Bay, Calif., is offering Goat 2 Meeting: a virtual visit to meet the farm's animals. Pictured is Juno the goat. InkPoetry/Courtesy of Sweet Farm hide caption

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Goat 2 Meeting: For Your Next Video Call, Invite A Farm Animal

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Break-Ups And Throw-Ups: What It's Like To Work At A Restaurant On Valentine's Day

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