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Anti-Gang Program Hits Streets in Food Truck

dining: Mobile operation latest rehabilitation venture from Homeboy Industries.

Homeboy Industries, a downtown L.A. anti-gang program, is hitting the road.

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Data Analyzer Looks to Grow Its Client Numbers

Marketing: Retail sites no longer sole focus of business for Retention Science.

Retention Science looks to get a hold on new sectors for its customer-evaluation data services.

Tall Order

Fashion: Greenberg Glusker’s Jonathan Fitzgarrald goes to great lengths to keep his 6-foot-7-inch frame in tailor-made suits.

Women’s Clothing Makers Man Up With New Lines

Apparel: Clover Canyon among local businesses moving into male market.

Apparel: Women-focused clothing companies are looking to fashion new business out of men’s lines.

Restaurant Aims to Hold Block Party

Rock & Brews brings Tegu toys to table as attraction for kids.

Dining: Rock & Brews adds magnetic toy blocks to menu to pull in kids and parents.

Murad to Open L.A. Flagship Store

Skincare brand Murad Inc. of El Segundo announced plans Tuesday to open its first retail location on Third Street near Miracle Mile.

Formerly Foodie-Focused Vet Adds More to Plate

LAUNCH: Bryanne Lawless founds firm Blnd to work with lifestyle brands.

Sticking with restaurant clients was great, but public relations executive Bryanne Lawless wanted to mix things up a bit more.

Design Firm Sees Gas Stations as Creative Fuel

architecture: Built teams with nightlife maven to renovate 76 property.

Design firm and nightlife impresario look to pump up gas station’s sales with nautical makeover.

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Treat Makers Sweet On New Space

Sugar lab lets trio of tenants get creative with confections.

B&K Sugar Arts Lab’s resident treat makers tout their chemistry at a shared space.

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Events Firm Makes Time for Temporary Stores

RETAIL: Everwish pitches pop-up shops as chance for designers to meet customers.

Everwish Events believes now’s the time for a business orchestrating temporary pop-up shops.

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