“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.
“The one thing that you could use right now is comfort food.”
Upcycle it Now has pivoted to making reusable masks for those most vulnerable, and they need your help.
Our first weekend of being collectively grounded brought moments of panic and a little bewilderment and petulant self-pity, not at all unlike being 15 again and banished to my room for something I was sure I didn’t do.
It’s not only the spring breakers partying on Florida beaches or elevator sneezers catching shade online — people doing mundane things in Long Beach, from getting coffee to picking up beach trash, even while practicing social distancing, are among those being vilified.
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.
“Anything is a chance to learn and having been a brick-and-mortar business based here in Long Beach for 23 years, there’s a lot of new tricks we need to learn,” said Executive Fitness co-owner Lisa Kammel.