The Final Find: Saying Good-Bye…

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So long for now...

So long for now…

UPDATE: I am now the Food Editor of Ventura Blvd Magazine and the weekly online blog, The Ventura Blvd Sauce.  Follow me and subscribe here

Dear My Daily Find Subscribers,

Many of you have been with me for nearly four and a half years when I started My Daily Find, while others are new subscribers. I’ve reported on the news about the San Fernando Valley for over a decade. First, as a writer and editor for the Sun Community Newspapers, and when that closed, as the founder of My Daily Find. It evolved from a community news site to a niche site about where to ‘eat, shop and play’ in the 818 — with an emphasis on EAT! :)

I grew up in the Valley and it’s been very exciting watching its growth. I’ve loved reporting about new places and faces, meeting new people, and of course, making discoveries. I greatly appreciate all the input and support I’ve received from readers and businesses in the San Fernando Valley.

Now, after nearly 1000 newsletters and over 2500 stories, I’ve decided it’s time to sign off in order to explore new opportunities. It’s a very bittersweet end, but with endings come new beginnings.

Thank you to my many writers over the years who have volunteered their efforts. And a very special thank you to my resident chef, Gwen Kenneally, who has written weekly this entire time.

I’m still around, so please feel free to contact me or my personal email,

Wishing everyone the best….and again, thanks for reading!

kynewpic110Take care,

Karen Young

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Karen Young is the founder of My Daily Find.

  • Cyndi Zale Menegaz

    Oh no! You’ve done us a real service here in Studio City and your efforts will be sorely missed. Congrats to you as you move forward – wishing you every success! You need to lmk about new restaurants – I’ve loved learning about new spots from you!

  • Kathleen Laccinole

    No no no!!! : (
    What will we do without you?

  • Mike Szymanski

    This is a sad shock, Karen, I wish you best… we’ll see what happens with the Patches!

  • JerryMe

    I still go back to this site to find great restaurants and articles.
    Hope all is well ! Can you tell us what your doing?

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