Assume You’ve Been Hired by the Los Angeles Times

The Huntington’s Cafe 1919

In a sentence or two, how would you describe Cafe 1919?

When did Cafe 1919 first open its doors?

How did the name Cafe 1919 come about?

What has been one of the cafe’s biggest challenges

What has been one of the cafe’s biggest successes?

How has Cafe 1919 changed during Covid?

What are some of your fondest memories related to your Cafe 1919?

How do most people find out about your Cafe 1919? Paid advertising or word-of-mouth?

Within the next year or two, are you planning to change Cafe 1919 in any significant way?

You’re the Director of Operations for the Bon Appétit Management Company. How do you describe the company to others?

Any great words of advice for SMHS students wanting to one day follow in your footsteps?

Is there anything else that you would like to say that you haven’t yet said?

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High school APUSH teacher with much in-class and online teaching experience. Also a blogger, keynote speaker, editor, podcast host, and conference presenter.

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High school APUSH teacher with much in-class and online teaching experience. Also a blogger, keynote speaker, editor, podcast host, and conference presenter.

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