Jenna Chandler

Deputy Editor

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LA Cleantech CEO Matt Petersen Is on a Mission to Help the City Go Green

In many ways, Matt Petersen is helping Los Angeles go green.

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CR&A Banners Are Flying High, Despite the Pandemic

For decades, banners created by downtown-based CR&A Custom Inc. have been visible across Los Angeles, from Staples Center to construction barricades for the Westside subway.

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Former Olympian Jeannette Bolden-Pickens Keeps 27th Street Bakery on Track

Black Entrepreneurs Month Special Report

Jeanette Bolden, the third-generation owner of 27th Street Bakery in Historic South Central, looks forward to the holiday rush each year.

Budding Architect Demar Matthews Wants to Elevate Black Neighborhoods

Black Entrepreneurs Month Special Report

Demar Matthews was a senior at Woodbury School of Architecture in Burbank when he determined he would start his own design firm after graduation.

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Good City Mentors Gets Backing From Big Businesses

Among the striking photos that documented last year’s protests against police brutality was an Associated Press image of an LAPD patrol car set aflame in Fairfax.

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New LA Tourism Chief Burke Isn’t Deterred by Tough Times

Before the pandemic, Adam Burke, chief executive of the Los Angeles Tourism and Convention Board, would have called you “crazy” if you told him that he’d be happy to report that Los Angeles hotels were at 50% occupancy.

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Diagnostics Startup Curative Is Testing Thousands of Angelenos for Covid Every Day

On any given day, thousands of drivers snake through the Dodger Stadium parking lot, not to catch a game but to swab their mouths to test for Covid-19.

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‘A Punch in the Gut’: Businesses Face New Restrictions as Covid Cases Rise

As they head into the holidays, local businesses will have to contend with stricter pandemic regulations — and they could tighten even further.

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