What better way to support small and local businesses than to shop at a Farmers Market? Here you are supporting both small sole proprietor artisan businesses and local farmers… both of which we need to keep our economy healthy.
Actually you’ll find the best barbecued meats in Los Angeles in Burbank. But it’s worth the drive.
After nearly a full year of lockdowns, Rodeo Drive is back for Valentine’s Day and love is in the air.
As the coronavirus lockdowns have taken a disproportionate toll on local businesses, Totally LA decided to give a hand up and recognition to the awesome local businesses we have in the city of the Angels.
In an industry known for manufacturing their high end apparel and accessories in sweat shops overseas, Indie Source stepped up with a unique business model that operates on then premise “Local for Local”
While 2020 has certainly had its downsides, it has also brought me in touch with some of the finest people you could ever care to meet. A common denominator they have is most are small business owners… the backbone of the American economy.
California has the second highest cost for electricity in the nation. It’s second only to Massachusetts and almost double what it is in other states.
We bumped into Kelly Piorek down by the Huntington Beach Pier at the Art-A-Faire they have each Friday and decided to make her our featured business.
CheekyChaCha is a burgeoning company created by Jasmine Ejan and Steven Guistolise with a unique flagship product called Blowpaste.
I’ve been neglecting the featured business section of Totally-LA a bit, but have decided to get it going more again.