It’s partly the time of year: With few exceptions, if you intend to start a new business on this coast, it’s best to be up and running no later than July 4 — and Memorial Day weekend or even spring break might be better.
There are many reasons I’m grateful to live here in this beautiful and always-interesting place.
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