Business (Page 3)
December 6, 2020
A New Jersey Cinema Finds Its Second Life as Craft Brewery
Though movie screens around the country have gone dark because of the ongoing ravages of COVID-19, the brewery’s owners say the cinema’s old Hollywood wizardry will now live on in restaurant form.
December 5, 2020
Luxury S.F. Hotel Sued for Lacking Accessibility Information Online
The Meridian Hotel in San Francisco has been sued for allegedly failing to disclose information that disabled guests needed to book rooms online.
December 1, 2020
‘We Had to Create Our Own World’
“That was when it clicked—I need to get a little shop and have people come to me,” she said. “So I don’t have to worry about the politics of being transgender or have to hide it.”
November 14, 2020
Small Theaters Sue NY Gov and NYC Mayor Over Closures
A coalition of eight off-Broadway theaters is fighting to reopen.
November 12, 2020
Tourism in Spain Continues to Suffer Amid the Pandemic
Navigating one of the world's busiest airports in Spain is now a walk in the park amid the pandemic and a bad omen for tourism.