April 4, 2021


Video Producer Focuses On Long Beach Small Businesses | Business

In 2020, life went online. Between 2019 and 2020, phone usage jumped from three hours to four hours per day, according to App Annie. For work and entertainment, screens became invaluable quarantine resources.

Lockdown viewers flocked to YouTube and Facebook to watch and share videos. Despite the rise in video consumption, video production came to a standstill.

With businesses closed, filmmaker Isaac Svensson, founder and CEO of 7Sun Media, decided to create a number of videos about Long Beach, the city he has lived in and loved since 2012. He described the series, which he titled Long Beach Local Business

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Miami Beach spring break: Coronavirus curfews quell crowds.

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Restaurants are reopening. Sidewalks are coming back to life. America is shaking off a long COVID winter. But in Miami Beach, you might not even know a pandemic had happened. Verónica Zaragovia is a reporter with WLRN, the public radio station for Miami and South Florida, and she’s observed over the past few weeks a lot people crowding on to Miami Beach’s main drag, Ocean Drive. “It’s been really crowded. Just a lot of people that perhaps would raise your eyebrows because of the potential for the coronavirus to

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Here’s the prize money payout for each golfer at the 2021 AT&T Pebble Beach Pro-Am | Golf News and Tour Information

If you feel like there’s some déjà vu going on this Sunday regarding Jordan Spieth, well you’re not alone. Just seven days after Spieth held a share of the lead entering the final round of the Waste Management Phoenix Open, he once again is out front in a PGA Tour event. Only this time the 27-year-old three-time major winner is alone at the top, ahead by two strokes over a fivesome of golfers at the AT&T Pebble Beach Pro-Am, and he’s not just riding the wave of an impressive third round but rather an inspired three days on the Monterey

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Big money ditches New York, moves family to Palm Beach

High-end investment managers are getting a legal separation from New York. Palm Beach is getting the kids.

When Covid-closed offices, restaurants and public venues are able to open for ‘’normal” business it will be clear that the centre of gravity of the hedge fund, private equity and family office world will have shifted to Florida. Specifically to Palm Beach (known locally as the ‘island’) and West Palm Beach. “The move by the industry had already started,” says one Palm Beach investor. “Covid and the confinement has just compressed five years into one.”

The accelerated departure from New York is not

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