I think of the men and women who tirelessly helped shape our social identity now having to face a future in which many of their businesses will not survive.
Supervisor Janice Hahn made an urgency motion at today’s virtual Board of Supervisors meeting directing public health officials to create a set of guidelines that would allow the bodegas to remain open.
Restaurants operating as popup markets have become part of our new normal—at least they were: New guidelines could shift the practice.
Joe Picarelli, the Italian immigrant whose food has been a staple to Long Beach for decades, passed of a heart attack at the age of 65.
“Some want 150 gallons a week, some have a need for 500,” said distiller Simon Haxton. “Amazon wants 2,500 gallons.”
Stuck inside, her entire industry shut down, a woman has two choices: Sulk in sadness. Or own the moment—and that’s exactly what Jewels did.
Pier 76 and The Harbor owner and chef Chris Kajecic has quite the night ahead of him: He’ll be filleting and packaging 1,000 pounds of fish and giving it away to people in need.