Olga Grigoryants, Daily Breeze

Olga Grigoryants

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Los Angeles, CA, United States

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Recent articles by Olga:

Marking 6-year anniversary of disastrous Aliso Canyon gas leak, residents fight expansion

Residents are still grappling with the consequences of the disastrous leak and the facility not just being open but possibly expanding its storage capacity. → Read More

Sherman Oaks cafe turns to crowdfunding to remain open amid pandemic’s rigors – Daily News

Calls and donations poured in. Other business owners shared his GoFundMe page on their social media accounts. On a recent afternoon, a couple drove all the way from Oxnard to dine and leave donatio… → Read More

Update: Porto’s Bakery and Cafe will open new location in Northridge in January – Daily News

The bakery will occupy the building formerly owned by the Sears auto center at 19467 W. Nordhoff St. → Read More

Newly arrived Afghans feel safe in Southern California, worry about family: ‘they are in danger’

More than 55,000 Afghans have migrated to the U.S. since August, according to the Department of Homeland Security. → Read More

State officials consider plans to beef up gas-storage capacity at Aliso Canyon

The commission issued two proposals on Friday, Oct. 1, to increase gas-storage capacity to 68.6 billion cubic feet from the current level of 34 billion cubic feet ahead of the winter, “ensuring suf… → Read More

Pregnant during pandemic: Expectant mothers remain at high risk of COVID-19

UCLA study answers some of the questions expectant mothers have had since early in the pandemic, when so much was unknown. → Read More

Q&A: What’s on the horizon in the $1.8 billion Aliso Canyon gas leak settlement – Daily News

Is this a done deal? Far from it. Nearly 97% of 36,000 plaintiffs need to sign up the agreement for the settlement to move forward. → Read More

SoCalGas, parent company Sempra agree to $1.8 billion Aliso Canyon gas leak settlement

The Aliso Canyon blowout remains the biggest natural gas leak in U.S. history. The decision follows years of intense litigation and more than $5 million in discovery sanctions. → Read More

Expert to San Fernando Valley tourism industry: Recovery will ‘take a while’ – Daily News

Labor shortages are expected to continue as companies struggle to hire and keep workers and that will linger into upcoming months. → Read More

Chatsworth toymaker wants their LOL franchise mega dollhouse on holiday shopping lists this year

The company has pushed out the toy to urge early shopping amid crunch at Southern California ports → Read More

Pregnant during pandemic: COVID-19 fears fuel increased interest in home births

More women have been opting for home birth as hospitals postponed or moved most of their healthcare online due to COVID, barring partners and often leaving women to deliver and recover alone. And m… → Read More

Lawmakers, business leaders sound off on what needs to be done for LA economy to bounce back

It was the first VICA in-person event since the beginning of the pandemic and hosted many business leaders and elected officials, including Mayor Eric Garcetti, County Supervisor Kathryn Barger, L.… → Read More

Birth centers grow in popularity, but owners say it’s difficult to qualify for state license – Press Enterprise

Experts say stringent state laws and low MediCal reimbursements are preventing more birth centers from opening despite high demand, particularly in the Black community. → Read More

Aerojet Rocketdyne expands Canoga Park facility for NASA’s Moon and Mars rocket

The rocket engine maker said its $59-million expansion includes renovations to existing facilities, building additional 30,000 square feet of manufacturing space and new testing and storage facilit… → Read More

Pregnant during Pandemic: Black midwives in demand; are there enough to handle influx of clients?

The growing awareness of disparities in pregnancy-related deaths for Black women combined with changing visitation policies in hospitals during the pandemic has fueled a demand for Black midwives. … → Read More

Pregnant during pandemic: Programs, midwives step up to support Black mothers

LA County health official calls for a movement involving hospitals, medical professionals and government agencies to ensure Black women feel safe to deliver their babies, whether at home or at hosp… → Read More

West Hills-based Pharmavite acquires urinary health brand Uqora

Uqora is a biotech company based in San Diego that produces products for urinary tract infection relief for women along with proactive care supplements, offers its products directly through its web… → Read More

Galpin Motors’ longtime vice president, admired civic leader Karl Boeckmann dies at 85

His career spanned decades while working at Galpin Motors, helping his brother, Bert, as the company’s vice president of all dealerships. → Read More

Metro greenlights pre-development work on Sepulveda Transit Corridor

L.A. Metro officials have signed an agreement with Bechtel to develop its proposed heavy rail transit concept for the mega project and L.A. SkyRail Express to move forward with developing its propo… → Read More

LA business groups ask health officials provide clarity, advance notice about mask mandate

The group said the announcement left hundreds of thousands of Los Angeles businesses to scramble to prepare, plan or develop strategies for the implementation of the policy while rushing to buy sig… → Read More