Larry Dubey had every right to give up. The active and outdoorsy Mar Vista resident suffered a catastrophic snowboarding accident at Mammoth Mountain four years ago.
Dan Savell and his wife, Abby, knew exactly what they needed to take their percussion rental business to the next level.
In person, Larry Miller, president of Sit ’n Sleep, is less “Crazy Eddie” (fast-talking, exuberant salesman) and more “Uncle Larry” (the gregarious, warmhearted, favorite family relative).
Jewish Vocational Service (JVS), a nonprofit that provides career counseling, workshops and job-related resources, is disputing the results of an Oct. 10 election that would unionize 91 of its employees who work with GAIN (Greater Avenues for Independence).
After some 40 years in the business world, Gordon Steen never thought his morning would start outdoors with hyenas, elephants and monkeys.
It was a rough transition for Debbie Murphy. She had just emerged from a difficult divorce after being trapped for two decades in an abusive marriage. Two years ago, she found herself on her own for the first time, unemployed and unequipped.
Even though Elizabeth Arkin joined Jewish Vocational Service (JVS) in September, she's still writing resumes and looking for work -- though not for herself.