Who doesn’t like a good mustache, right? Whether it is a Magnum P.I., the Fu Manchu, a solid Handlbar, or whatever you please, the mustache is certainly a symbol. If you are down with the stache, you can see plenty of them this Saturday, April 2nd, as The Greyboy Allstars, along with Yo Mamas Big Fat Booty Band, Stache Bash Family Band, and The Routine will be playing The 9th Annual Mustache Bash at The Port Pavilion in San Diego, CA.What began as a house party several years back has grown into a serious event in the San Diego area. There will also be an after-party featuring Con Brio and Groove Session at The Music Box. Sounds like a party to us!For more information about the event, head to their official website!
11SHARESShareShareSharePrintMailGooglePinterestDiggRedditStumbleuponDeliciousBufferTumblr,Myriam DiGiovanni After writing for Credit Union Times and The Financial Brand, Myriam DiGiovanni covers financial literacy for FinancialFeed. She is also a storytelling expert and works with credit unions to help … Web: www.financialfeed.com Details If you’ve got entrepreneurial dreams, you’re not alone.A UPS Store Inside Small Business Survey found that 66% of respondents dream of opening a small business. About half said this is the year they will make it happen, and Gen Xers are leading the charge.The driving force fueling this optimism include the allure of being their own boss (38%), believing in their ideas (17%) and wanting to create their next career path (15%). Of those planning to open a small business, 56% are looking into home-based operations, 30% think brick-and-mortar is the way to go, and 20% have plans to launch e-commerce sites.Fear is still holding back even the most optimistic entrepreneurs. Financial security, upfront start-up costs and fear of failure are the top three concerns.According to the Small Business Administration, those concerns are valid. About half of all small businesses don’t even make it five years, the SBA says.Want to increase your odds of success? Where you live might make a difference. GoBankingRates.com compiled a list of the friendliest cities for small business owners. The analysis included the rate of new entrepreneurs, startup density, the cost of living, projected job growth for the area and other factors.Here are the top 10.Austin, TexasStartup density: 104.5 startups for every 1,000 businessesMiamiStartup density: 107.8 startups for every 1,000 businessesDallasStartup density: 94.2 startups for every 1,000 businessesLos AngelesStartup density: 92.3 startups for every 1,000 businessesSan DiegoStartup density: 95.9 startups for every 1,000 businessesDenverStartup density: 92.3 startups for every 1,000 businessesKansas City, Mo.Startup density: 83.6 startups for every 1,000 businessesNew YorkStartup density: 86.5 startups for every 1,000 businessesSan AntonioStartup density: 87.2 startups for every 1,000 businessesPortland, Ore.Startup density: 82.8 startups for every 1,000 businesses