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Residential Rebound

REAL ESTATE: Homebuyers pounce on low mortgage rates to move into suburban markets.

A combination of low interest rates, people working remotely and children learning at home may have contributed to the biggest rise in home sales in the Valley region in September in over two years, according to real estate agents.

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Valley Festival Takes Viewers to the Drive-In

Three-weekend event will debut comedy ‘Take Me to Tarzana’ and 21 other projects filmed in the region.

The Valley Film Festival wants to take you for a drive.

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Rare Book Auction in Agoura Hills

GWS Auctions Inc. in Agoura Hills plans to sell 150 rare books and texts sourced from the inventory of the store Mystery Pier Books in Los Angeles.

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Mission Produce Debuts on Nasdaq

Mission Produce in Oxnard debuted on the Nasdaq, pricing 8 million shares at $12.

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Channel Islands Offering Master’s Program in Nursing

California State University - Channel Islands offered for the first time this fall a Master of Science in Nursing degree, the Camarillo college said Wednesday.

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Fox & Hounds Daily to Shut Down

Joel Fox, co-publisher of the conservative political website Fox & Hounds Daily, plans to close the site.

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Amazon Sidewalk to Feature Semtech Platform

Semtech Corp. has partnered with Amazon.com Inc. on its new wireless network, Amazon Sidewalk, launching later this year.

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Developers Find Fresh Land in Camarillo

DEVELOPMENT: City has retail and residential projects in development.

A two-hotel and restaurant/retail complex, a subdivision with 158 single-family homes and a massive industrial park are among the real estate ventures underway right now in the city of Camarillo.

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Glendale Adds to Small Business Recovery Fund

The city of Glendale late Monday announced an additional $650,000 in funding to help small businesses recover from the effects of the COVID-19 pandemic.

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State Small Business Fund Opens for Grant Applications

The state of California’s $500 million Small Business COVID-19 Relief Grant Program has opened its first round of applications

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How Cheri Fleming Faced Setbacks

Three things about Cheri Fleming truly stand out.

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Warner Center Designated Transportation Innovation Zone

Warner Center has been designed as the first Transportation Technology Innovation Zone in Los Angeles.

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Apparel Icon to Home Decor

RETAIL: True Religion’s Kym Gold launches Style Union Home.

Kym Gold, co-founder of True Religion Apparel, will launch her new home decor brand Style Union Home in the fourth quarter this year, with its headquarters right here in the San Fernando Valley.

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No Fans in Stands Make for Ticketless Season

ENTERTAINMENT: Calabasas firm manages sports spending for companies.

Live sports and other events were among the earliest casualties of the coronavirus pandemic as venues and teams shut down their operations.

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Loop Media Enters Video Game Market

Loop Media Inc. has partnered with Ultimate Gamer to bring its music videos and other content to the gaming market.

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AROUND THE VALLEYS

News and notes from the greater San Fernando Valley

News and notes from the greater San Fernando Valley

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Activity Increases at Van Nuys Airport in November

General aviation activity at Van Nuys went up by 14 percent in November.

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Chamber Talks Homebuying in 2020

Low interest rates, equity make it a buyers’ market.

Capitalizing on a third-quarter residential real estate boom, Van Nuys-based Filipino-American Chamber of Commerce held its annual real estate panel on Oct. 21.

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Restaurants Protest, Defy Outdoor Dining Ban

Tensions about the state of California’s ban in the Southern California region on outdoor dining are reaching a boiling point, with some restaurant owners openly defying the regulation they see as unfair and hypocritical.

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Tix Corp. Begins Strategic Review, Possible Sale

Tix Corp. plans to begin a review of its strategic alternatives, including a potential sale of the company