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In A Restaurant, Darkly

darkdining.jpgA "blind" restaurant—staffed by visually impaired servers—in Nepal is giving handicapped people jobs, and the "rare chance" for "a measure of independence." At the restaurant, diners enter in a line, holding shoulders, and eat guided by servers who "put their white walking sticks into their bags and flit between tables to help diners find a fork or advise them on orders." [Reuters]

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