Cities, the source of 90 percent of all reported COVID-19 cases, are both the epicenter of the pandemic and the main locales of the vast majority of these Boomer-owned small and medium size businesses poised for transition. Therefore, according to RFN Cities, a community preparedness and business retention program that assists local economic development agencies and individual businesses, it is urgent and imperative that these businesses and local economic development organizations work arduously to help these firms stay afloat and strengthen their performance during these trying times. … [Read more...] about Baby Boomer-owned small businesses can help resuscitate urban economies
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By supporting SarahPac, you will allow Gov. Palin to help find and create solutions for America’s most pressing problems; priority number one is building a strong and prosperous economy that recognizes hard work, innovation and integrity by rewarding small businesses and hard working American families. SarahPac will support local and national candidates who share Gov. Palin’s ideas and goals for our country. A PAC isn’t meant to be a slush fund for favors and increased standing, but that’s usually what it turns out to be. If Palin is truly modeling SarahPAC after HillPAC, she’ll use it for a number of things. She’ll start by trying to gain favor among national politicians by donating to their reelection campaigns and pet causes. In her case, it will probably be Republicans that she’ll appeal to. Unlike Hillary, Palin doesn’t have a broad base of contacts, or anyone who is indebted to her (not even at home — the governor famously … [Read more...] about So Sarah Palin Started a Political Action Committee. What Does That Mean?
"For us, [support from Rally to Rebuild] translates to how we can keep our kids safe and families safe," Borden said. "We have a lot going on, but what our kids need doesn't stop. Making the investment in these kids is the most important thing if the sport is going to continue to grow. Making the investment in these kids is as impactful as it gets." … [Read more...] about Chris Evert works to jump-start tennis at Grand Slam, grass-roots level in pandemic’s wake
The new protocols are laid out in a joint agreement between many unions called “The Safe Way Forward.” It includes creating a dedicated “Health and Safety Supervisor” and department, dividing staff into “zones” that don’t physically interact, testing performers three times a week and even rapid testing if needed to protect actors who cannot be masked and socially distanced at all times. … [Read more...] about Filming Starts To Pick Up After Pandemic Puts It On Pause
Pelosi reportedly got a wash and blowout, the latter of which Kious noted is a no-go, according to coronavirus safety guidelines for hair salons. A directive from the city’s department of health states that salons and barbershops should “consider temporarily eliminating services that require lengthy blow-drying” — one of the primary services Pelosi reportedly enjoyed. … [Read more...] about San Francisco Salon Owner Closes Business After Pelosi’s Visit: ‘I’m Afraid to Go Back’