The story centers on Tevye , a milkman in the village of Anatevka, who attempts to maintain his Jewish religious and cultural traditions as outside influences encroach upon his family's lives. He must cope with the strong-willed actions of his three older daughters who wish to marry for love; their choices of husbands are successively less palatable for Tevye. An edict of the Tsar eventually evicts the Jews from their village. The original Broadway production of the show, which opened in , had the first musical theatre run in history to surpass 3, performances. Fiddler held the record for the longest-running Broadway musical for almost 10 years until Grease surpassed its run.
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Support nonprofit journalism. The Allegheny County Health Department inspected additional establishments since the end of December. In total, 56 restaurants and bars received at least one violation, 24 received multiple violations and three were ordered to close between Dec. Two establishments received violations on multiple visits: Pizza Fiesta at 14 Smithfield St. Kemal Mamed, a manager and partner at Pizza Fiesta, said he had a meeting with his employees after a recent mask violation and told them that wearing a mask is the law.
Fire them? Mamed said his employees deserve vaccinations like other essential workers because the restaurant has never closed during the pandemic.
Currently, food service workers are not eligible to receive a vaccination until even after grocery store workers and manufacturing workers in the state of Pennsylvania.
The most common violation was for not wearing a mask or not wearing it correctly. The restaurant had been cited previously for the same offense in October but an inspection 10 days later found no violation. Mike Mitaras, the manager, said one employee was wearing a mask below her nose on Jan. The second most common violation was new in January: some restaurants did not check the temperature of their employees.
And there were a few violations for serving drinks at the bar or not abiding by social distancing measures. One hundred and thirty locations have been inspected and received a violation but never inspected again. This is the same number as at the end of December and shows the health department has not begun to prioritize returning to establishments with previous violations.
The list of violators included both chain restaurants and local establishments. Inspection reports confirmed that subsequent inspections at each restaurant showed no violations. An employee at Dollar General in Jefferson refused to put on a mask because he said he had a medical condition. The next day, Dr. Debra Bogen, the Allegheny County health department director , asked residents to avoid these restaurants.
The county health department publishes all of its COVID citations on its website and the names of all the businesses that have been temporarily closed on a different page. During a Dec. While there is a list of closures where you can find these names , there is no public list that highlights repeat offenders that were not ordered to close.
A total of 82 restaurants and bars received citations on multiple occasions, including 20 that received a citation three or more times between July and Dec. On Monday, Jan. The violations are largely for employees not wearing masks, but some restaurants were also cited for not keeping customer tables six feet apart, not abiding by the reduced occupancy limits, serving alcohol at the bar or serving alcohol without food, smoking or serving alcohol beyond the permitted hours.
Most of the locations were inspected after a complaint had been submitted, according to an email from Aaron Aupperlee, a spokesperson for the health department. But sometimes when inspectors were out already, they stopped in at nearby restaurants as well. For example, a Burger King at Freeport Rd. The health department cited dozens of restaurants for a face covering violation that was corrected by the end of an inspection.
But the health department did not visit those restaurants again to ensure they were continuing to comply without inspectors present. The health department found a handful of restaurants violating COVID rules after having previously corrected their citations. For example, the health department cited a KFC located at Ohio River Blvd in August because two staff members had their masks below their noses.
But inspectors cited it again in September for an employee wearing their mask below the nose. In December, all four employees working were spotted with masks below their noses.
The health department has temporarily closed 26 bars and restaurants for health code violations that included COVID violations. PublicSource reached out to 50 establishments for this article, including every establishment that faced a closure from the health department for COVID violations or that had three or more inspections with a violation. We included a statement from every restaurant that responded. Many restaurants have been hit especially hard by COVID restrictions, lack of customers and insufficient takeout business.
Still, the vast majority of restaurants have been able to fully comply with the rules, according to inspection reports. And of those that were not, most were cited only one time for staff members wearing their masks below their nose or not wearing a mask at all.
The compliance rate has also improved recently. Up until October, inspectors were citing about one out of every eight or nine establishments they visited. But during November and up until Dec. There were more than 1, inspections in August but only about per month since then.
Nearly of the August inspections resulted in a violation but by November only 55 inspections resulted in a violation. PublicSource is publishing a list of the locations that have either been shut down or have received citations on three or more visits. And we have created a searchable map and database, so residents can look at whether the restaurants in their neighborhoods have been cited or have been abiding by regulations.
Twenty-six different restaurants, bars and nightclubs were ordered to close mostly or in part due to COVID violations. And as of Dec. A couple of those 26 establishments were cited for other violations as well, including operating without a health permit or food safety violations. Seven have been closed a second time.
Savoy did not respond to a request for comment by email, voicemail or Facebook. The health department said it is considering additional fines for non-compliant restaurants in the future. Bridgez, which had already been closed once in September, was ordered to close again on Nov.
James R. He also said he agreed with decisions to shut down some small bars on the Southside. He thinks the pandemic has been politicized and that political leaders and scientists have changed their minds, for example, on whether to require mask wearing. Yet a number of restaurants that have repeatedly been cited for employees not wearing masks have largely not faced consequences.
Some restaurants that were cited multiple times defended their operations and argued that they were trying to comply with rules the best that they could. A Brighton Hot Dog Shoppe location in Mars received three mask violations before passing their most recent inspection in early December. Still, he felt the process was fair and that the inspector properly identified himself. In fact, Baranyk is appreciative of the feedback.
Sophie Burkholder began working on this story as a PublicSource editorial intern. She is a freelance reporter now and can be reached at sophieburkholder1 gmail.
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Before becoming a journalist, Oliver taught English and drama in the Arkansas Delta for seven years. He has previously written education features in New More by Oliver Morrison. Sophie Burkholder is a graduate student, studying bioengineering at the University of Pennsylvania with a goal of using that background to cover stories in health and science journalism.
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