The Arepa Lady started as a food-cart in Jackson Heights, Queens, owned by Maria Cano, whose son and daughter-in-law have continued the family business, moving into permanent digs, with seating for 30.
But when they applied for a liquor license, they revealed a curious circumstance: the Arepa Lady wanted a license to sellRead More
Entrepreneurs are told to go big or go home. Stop obsessing over scale, and perfect the basics instead. Last year, I met a first-time entrepreneur who was opening a tea shop. We’ll call him John. At the time, he had a pop-up shop in my neighborhood. I really liked him, his vision, and the quality andRead More
Two new studies from the Annals of Internal Medicine have made the rounds on news sites, each claiming that an increased coffee consumption leads to a higher life expectancy. While this may sound like a great excuse to fuel a coffee habit, the summary of the studies explicitly states that:
Although drinking coffee cannotRead More