Business

Trust Your Abilities: The Fashion of Girls Chronically Rock

“I like tutus.” Kiesha Greaves, founder of Girls Chronically Rock, was at Cambridge College receiving her master’s degree when diagnosed with Limb-Girdle Muscular Dystrophy–a chronic illness that manifests in the weakness of the muscles.  This diagnosis didn’t prevent her from accomplishing her dreams. Instead, she used it to her advantage, incorporating her story into her […]

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Veggie Galaxy Raises $15,000 for Staff

For Adam Penn and Katherine Tanner, the married co-owners of Veggie Galaxy, the decision to shut down operations on March 14 happened almost literally overnight. “We were open on a Saturday night—this was kind of when things were ramping up early, in terms of the virus and people’s perceptions of it—and we were still pretty […]


Students Launch Volunteer Service to Help Small Businesses

In 2019, Cambridge-based student Daniel Wang helped a local barber build a website. Since then, he has been interested in connecting students with small businesses in need of support—but hasn’t always known how to put this idea into practice. That changed when the coronavirus outbreak began.  “When the coronavirus crisis hit, that was when I […]


How Lamplighter Is Supporting Local Suppliers

In the two weeks since Lamplighter Brewing Co. stopped serving in its popular taproom, co-founder Cayla Marvil says the company is continuing to pivot, looking for new ways to serve its customers, support its furloughed staff, and help other local businesses. “It all feels very surreal to me, still,” she says. “I’m just trying to […]