The coronavirus outbreak — and the official responses to it — caused the world to come crashing down overnight on small businesses, disrupting operations and putting many out of commission altogether.But as owners assess the damage, some are also figuring out ways to bring in some cash, serve their communities and try to stay viable until the economy recovers.Party in a BoxA caterer’s livelihood traditionally
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