The Biden administration extended the deadline to March 9, and opened the program to people who didn’t qualify before.
A recent study found that Black-owned businesses are “under-utilized” by the city. New rules aim to change that.
California will give up to $25,000 to qualifying businesses impacted by the pandemic. Here’s how to apply.
Eva Saavedra y su esposo Juan Chávez solían vender comida en el garaje de su casa en Fruitvale. 20 años después, Eva y su hija Mayra mantienen el negocio a flote.
Problems with the state’s website prompted officials to extend the application deadline to Jan. 13.
Pop-ups are offering some chefs a unique opportunity to launch businesses during the pandemic.
The Lawyers Committee for Civil Rights is offering free advice in November and December to small biz owners impacted by the pandemic.
For decades, these bars and shops have been support networks, too. The pandemic brings new challenges.
We spoke with four nightclub and bar owners about their strategies for safely serving up drinks and food and fun.
Rasul Salahi escaped Soviet-occupied Afghanistan and sold carpets on Grand Avenue for 24 years, until the pandemic.