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OPEN 4 BIZ: Sakura Bed and Breakfast struggles during pandemic

The coronavirus pandemic has been brutal to many businesses, especially local hotels and inns. In a typical year, the summer months can be a financial drain, with the heat keeping visitors away and ongoing maintenance upkeep. The financial pain has only been amplified by the coronavirus effects, which is what one Palm Springs inn keeper

OPEN 4 BIZ: Soul of Mexico stays open for outdoor dining

Restaurants have had a tough enough time this year. But with the alarming rise of coronavirus cases in June, Gov. Gavin Newsom has reordered in-room operations to close. In this week’s Open 4 Biz, morning anchor Angela Chen heads to Indio to take a look at Soul of Mexico, a popular restaurant that’s hurting but

OPEN 4 BIZ: Ramen Musashi brings authentic noodles to the desert

Morning anchor Angela Chen takes a look at how one of the few dedicated ramen restaurants in the Coachella Valley is doing amid the coronavirus pandemic. Owners Casey and Stella Kim opened Ramen Musashi in April of 2019, their second restaurant in the Coachella Valley. (Musashi, a sushi restaurant, is their first.) Ramen Musashi is

OPEN 4 BIZ: Rooster and The Pig offers free lunch to help those in need

Rooster and The Pig in Palm Springs is offering the same unique menu for takeout that has made it such a popular must-try spot. Visit for a look at all our local businesses that are still open. Located in downtown Palm Springs, the restaurant offers homestyle Vietnamese food with a fusion twist — and

OPEN 4 BIZ: Sherman’s Deli offers popular menu by takeout

With Governor Newsom’s stay-at-home order, we are in uncharted waters now, with ghost town streets and dark storefronts across the Coachella Valley. But some businesses do remain open; many are essential to keeping our society running. But some that are open are struggling, with severely-reduced sales and forced layoffs. Our new segment aims to highlights

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