A Colorful New Coffeehouse in Hollywood Is Fueling the L.A. LGBT Center’s Vital Social Services

Josh Lurie • Los Angeles Magazine • August 27, 2020
Opening a café in the middle of a pandemic might seem ill advised from a business perspective, but for the new Liberation Coffee House, located inside the Los Angeles LGBT Center, taking on that challenge is part of the mission. “We felt it was...
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