A nail salon in Tustin has moved its operation completely outdoors in order to remain in compliance with new state guidelines released last week amid a surge in coronavirus cases in California.
The clippers are still buzzing at Active Barbers in Santa Monica and you can hear them as you walk by, since now their cuts are taking place outside.
A majority of small businesses that tapped the taxpayer-funded Paycheck Protection Program expect to run out of money by the first week of August, according to a Goldman Sachs survey released Tuesday.
BlaqHaus serves irresistible soul food in North Hollywood and its owner is doing everything she can to offer affordable prices while keeping its doors open amid the pandemic and rolled back reopening guidelines.
A popular taco stand has fallen victim to the coronavirus, but in an unusual way.
A new restaurant in Echo Park with a European theme has created an innovative way to give its patrons a unique and socially-distanced dining experience.
A Newport Beach floral shop is back open after being closed for months due to the pandemic and as many Orange County residents were forced to cancel or postpone their weddings and other special events.
After a long closure for coronavirus, a mother-daughter brow and skin studio is reopening for business.
A small business owner with big dreams aspires to bring some much-needed positivity to the Fairfax District with his shaved ice shop vividly painted in cheerful colors.
Nearly three weeks after peaceful protests erupted in violence and looting, one small business owner with a big dream is ready to open his doors for the first time. Happy Ice is hoping to bring some much needed positivity to the neighborhood.
Katie May, a designer who sells bridal wear to high-end department stores and boutiques is offering its surplus of dresses at deeply discounted prices starting Friday.
The new application released by the Small Business Administration on Wednesday is just five pages long.
A black-owned food truck that has been feeding frontline workers during the pandemic is now back in full operation throughout Los Angeles.
A black-owned food truck that has been feeding frontline workers during the pandemic is in full operation throughout Los Angeles.
Gyms are among the businesses in Orange County that are allowed to reopen beginning Friday.
After being closed for nearly three months due to the COVID-19 pandemic, Rock City Climbing reopens in Anaheim Hills.
A black-owned fitness studio in Manhattan Beach is opening its doors for the first time in three months this weekend.
A Southern California soul food favorite is back open for limited dine-in service.
One of the oldest black-owned bookstores in the country is seeing a huge surge in sales in the wake of the growing social justice movement.
A black-owned book store that was struggling before the pandemic is now experiencing booming sales in wake of the social justice movement.