New L.A. women's restaurant group shows support with festival

RE:Her, a new L.A. organization, aims to help female-owned restaurants with a 10-day festival in January and a planned cash grant program. The festival will feature collaborations such as hot chicken tacos with Hotville's Kim Prince and Socalo's Mary Sue Milliken.
Jenn Harris • Los Angeles Times • December 22, 2020
“We all have capes on,” Kim Prince said . “I tell all these female restaurant owners, don’t tuck your capes in. Wear them out and let them fly.” The owner of Hotville Chicken at the Baldwin Hills Crenshaw mall is part of a new all-female Los...
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