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Madre Made Bake Co. Brings Homemade Treats Straight to Your Doorstep

Madre Made Bake Co. owners Alexis Griffin and Mary McGinn
By Emily Glory Peters Many a mighty business has been born of adversity—but those formed in the COVID-19 era are a special breed. And while the inventive idea for Madre Made Bake Co. existed before 2020, the pandemic accelerated...

Keep L.A. County Dining Grant Program Application Has Reopened

Technical issues resolved; new application portal created The Los Angeles County Development Authority (LACDA) has resolved the technical issues that downed the Keep L.A. County Dining Grant Program application portal. A new application platform is reopened on Monday and will remain available until Tuesday at 5 p.m., or until...

Tech Tip: I Got My Computer Sick by Downloading a Virus

Never assume your employees know everything they need to know about IT security.  | Courtesy photo by Tumisu from Pixabay  With so many access points, from cell phones to a laptop and home computers, how can anyone hope...

Judge Wants to See Evidence for L.A. County’s Outdoor Dining Ban

Los Angeles County Superior Court Judge James Chalfant on Wednesday ordered county health officials to show scientific evidence justifying the ban on outdoor dining — meant to slow the spread of COVID-19 by eliminating an opportunity for people from different households to congregate without...

Keep L.A. County Dining Grant Program Experiencing Technical Issues

Application portal is temporarily down due to overwhelming response The Los Angeles County Development Authority (LACDA) reported Thursday morning that it is working to swiftly resolve technical issues that have temporarily downed the Keep L.A. County Dining Program application portal, which saw a surge of...

Grant Opportunity: Keep L.A. County Dining

Preference for the grant will be given to restaurants that provided outdoor dining as of Nov. 24, 2020. | Photo courtesy of County of Los Angeles In an effort to assist restaurants affected by the COVID-19 restrictions,...

California to Provide Temporary Tax Relief and $500M in Grants for Businesses

As the federal government fails to provide additional financial stimulus support to businesses, Governor Gavin Newsom announced during a press conference Monday that California will provide temporary tax relief and grants for eligible businesses impacted by COVID-19 restrictions. The temporary tax relief entails an automatic three-month income...

Career Corner: A New Kind of Thanksgiving

By Angela Copeland This week, we will celebrate Thanksgiving. Normally, it’s an opportunity to gather together with loved ones, eat way too much good food, and watch a little football. It’s typically an opportunity to express gratitude for our good fortune. This year, it's a...

Kelley Blue Book Names Best Black Friday Car Deals for 2020

While this year's holiday season may look vastly different than years past, Black Friday is still considered to be the biggest shopping day of the year. From 0% financing to "Employee Pricing," this year's car deals can save you thousands of dollars on a...

Eat SGV Week Is a Take-Out Extravaganza Supporting Local Eateries

A Greater Los Angeles Facebook group, SGV Eats, on Monday unveiled the dynamic line-up for Eat SGV Week, the first of many food-centric extravaganzas to be held Dec. 7-13 across the San Gabriel Valley (SGV). The SGV is recognized as a mecca for Asian...
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