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How Coronavirus Forced These Small Businesses To Pivot

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Sam Moaven owns Frame 2000 on Lincoln Blvd. in Venice. (Chava Sanchez/LAist)
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For the past three months, I've been following small business owners along a stretch of Lincoln Blvd. in Venice as they try to survive the coronavirus pandemic.

I picked this stretch because it seemed to have a little bit of everything: a dry cleaner, a fabric store, a gas station, an artisanal ice cream shop.

This week, as more stores in Los Angeles County are reopening, I checked back in with some business owners, and found their entrepreneurial spirit keeping them afloat.

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