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Codman Square’s Juice and Jazz Cafe is approaching its one-year anniversary of serving freshly made sandwiches, salads, juices, coffee and smoothies in this Boston neighborhood.

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Fasika Cafe opened only two weeks ago, but it already has regular customers coming in for their lunch fix or sitting down for a couple hours to enjoy a leisurely cup of coffee.

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Paul Hiles has created a place for his generation to enjoy good music in the community. The post Paul’s Place—The New Spot for the Grown & Sexy Generation appeared first on Los Angeles Sentinel....

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Every now and then a business plan just works. The business owner’s goals come to fruition. And then he or she takes on a more hands off approach. ...

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Webb creates a family business through encouraging, preparing and mentoring his children.  The post Reginald Webb Passes Business Down to His Children  appeared first on Los Angeles Sentinel....

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Patricia Williams starts a legacy for herself and her daughters by owning 13 McDonald's The post Mother-Daughter Trio Takes on McDonald’s Ownership appeared first on Los Angeles Sentinel....

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When Eddy Firmin was ready to start his own restaurant after spending years in the corporate world and as a restaurant co-owner, he created the kind of place he would want to go to. “This is me,” he says, sitting recently in the dining room of Savvor, the restaurant and lounge he opened in downtown Boston in 2014. “It’s stuff I like to eat — good f...

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Mattapan residents, Greater Boston’s Caribbean community, local elected officials celebrated the grand opening of Boston’s first Golden Krust Caribbean Bakery & Grill on Saturday....

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Thursday, 22 December 2016 07:00

Chef-entrepreneurs open eatery in Boston

MIDA, which is Italian for “he gives me,” is a new restaurant venture by Douglass Williams and Brian Lesser. The restaurant is located on 782 Tremont Street in the South End at the edge of Roxbury....

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Next Step Soul Food cafe will be the first of its kind sit-down restaurant and community wifi cafe in Codman Square, Dorchester. It will be a place for residents to gather; exchange ideas through partnerships, events and meetings; and enjoy authentic homemade southern food....

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