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La Jolla resident Scott Flavell was grappling with his own coronavirus-caused problem: laying off workers in his Kearny Mesa factory. It manufactured postural correction products for the chiropractic industry — not exactly an essential business. As Flavell left a local market and seeing grocery employees working closely with others, a simultaneous solution to both problems suddenly dawned on him. His factory would switch to manufacturing face masks and donate them to grocery stores. He shifted production and made 10,000 masks at an initial cost of $3,000, but offering them for free.
If the current quarantine has you in a quandary with your calendar canceled, now might be an excellent time to explore the vast, virtual world of online entertainments.
The COVID-19 outbreak and consequent shelter-in-place mandates are having a disastrous effect on many industries, felt keenly among artists and the institutions that serve them.
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Shelter to Soldier honors its Red Star corporate sponsors at a recent reception. The nonprofit organization adopts dogs from local shelters and trains them to become psychiatric service dogs for post-9/11 combat veterans.
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