This cheese shop lost 90% of its business overnight. Now what?

How one Mar Vista cheese shop is keeping its doors open.
Patricia Escárcega • Los Angeles Times • April 11, 2020
Weddings, birthday parties, baby showers — the coronavirus outbreak has put many of these celebrations on hold. It’s bad news for everyone, including the businesses that provide the food and drink at these special events. Recently I spoke to Sarah...
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