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La San Marco has provided innovative technology and performance in residential and commercial espresso machine designs since 1920. These Italian coffee machines bring the tradition of Italian espresso to cities throughout the world.




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La San Marco espresso machines are ranked among the top manufacturers in the world. The company makes semi-automatic and automatic espresso machines in a range of style and color options for home and commercial use. If you are looking for a coffee machine for your business, La San Marco offers durable commercial espresso machine designs with the high volume capacity you need and the quality espresso your customers desire.


This company makes efficient, reliable espresso machines in classic and innovative designs to provide a coffee maker for your home or business with a range of features. These espresso machines have innovative features, such as the choice of internal water tank, direct water, the ability to use ground coffee, hard pods, or soft pods, and group heads with the heaviest diffusers to maintain good seals and consistent water distribution for the best shot of espresso.


The features and design of La San Marco espresso machines varies, depending on the model you choose. Please browse our website and click on the espresso machines to read more about the features and product specifications. Compare the machines to find a home coffee machine or commercial espresso machine for your restaurant, coffee shop, or catering business.


They were both working remotely and wanted to leave California because of the high cost of living and urban crime. So they made a list of potential relocation cities before choosing Miami for its sunny weather and what they perceived was a better sense of safety.


Raghavan said that their Oakland house had been broken into four times and that prior to the pandemic, his wife called him every day during her seven-minute walk home from the BART station because she felt safer with someone on the phone. After moving to Miami, Raghavan said they accidentally left their garage door open one day and were floored when they returned home and found nothing had been stolen.


Citing changes in work-life balance, opportunities for remote work and more people deciding to quit their jobs, the report found that droves of Californians are leaving for states like Texas, Virginia, Washington and Florida. California lost more than 352,000 residents between April 2020 and January 2022, according to California Department of Finance statistics.


San Francisco and Los Angeles rank first and second in the country, respectively, for outbound moves as the cost of living and housing prices continue to balloon and homeowners flee to less expensive cities, according to a report from Redfin released this month.


Angelenos, in particular, are flocking to places like Phoenix, Las Vegas, San Diego, San Antonio and Dallas. The number of Los Angeles residents leaving the city jumped from around 33,000 in the second quarter of 2021 to nearly 41,000 in the same span of 2022, according to the report.


California has grappled with extremely high housing prices compared with other states, according to USC economics professor Matthew Kahn. Combined with the pandemic and the rise in remote work, privileged households relocated when they had the opportunity.


Redfin chief economist Daryl Fairweather cited a June report that tracked the change in spending power of a homebuyer on a $2,500 monthly budget. While 11.2% of homes in Los Angeles were affordable on that budget, using a 3% interest rate, that amount swelled to about 72% in Houston and about 50% in Phoenix.


Los Angeles County, in particular, has suffered from slowed population growth, as have rural parts of the state, while Orange County, Sacramento and some parts of the Bay Area have managed to see some gains, the Public Policy Institute of California found.


Chargers players Joshua Palmer and Josh Harris, as well as Chargers Impact Fund Board Member and Chargers Legend Larry English, were on hand to celebrate the Impact Fund's donation and re-opening of renovated Play Yards at the East Valley Animal Shelter in Van Nuys. Joined by community dignitaries and representation from LA Animal Services, the group participated in a ceremonial ribbon-cutting, unveiling the newly-renovated Play Yards and auxiliary space to the public. Throughout the day, members of the Bolts Community Crew powered by Pacific Premier Bank volunteered at the shelter to make beds, blankets, and fill kongs for the dogs currently waiting for their fur-ever families at East Valley. The day concluded with the team joining up with Lazy Dog Restaurants to host an adoption event and covering the fees of the first 20 dogs adopted over the weekend.


The Los Angeles Chargers Impact Fund celebrated the 2023 edition of Read Across America Day by hosting a group of 2nd graders from Santa Ana Unified School District. LS Josh Harris, WR Michael Bandy and team reporter Hayley Elwood joined to spend time with the kids and emphasize the joy of reading!!


The official Chargers Pup, Brisket, reached a major milestone in his journey to become a service animal and graduated from puppy training. For the next five to nine months, Brisket will go through a final round of professional training at a regional training center with nonprofit, Canine Companions, with the goal of officially becoming a service animal for a person with disabilities.


The Chargers unveiled a newly-renovated play yard at the East Valley Animal Shelter in Van Nuys, allowing dogs at the shelter the opportunity to play together outside their kennels and meet prospective adopters.


The Chargers partnered with the LA Legends professional women's team to host the 1st ever Girls Flag College Showcase in California. There were nearly 100 athletes from the Los Angeles area at Serra High School in Gardena. Seven NAIA universities were in attendance to recruit and offer scholarship opportunities to the local student-athletes.


The Los Angeles Chargers have partnered with Inglewood Unified School District to host a series of Play 60 youth football camps for 1,400 students in the area. NFL Play 60 is the league's national youth and wellness campaign that encourages kids to get physically active for at least 60 minutes a day.


The Chargers along with Costa Mesa United hosted the 63rd Annual Orange County All-Star Classic at Newport Harbor High School. The game is for high school seniors who were nominated by their schools and selected by the all-star coaching staffs. The South won for the eight straight year Saturday night, defeating the North 24-7. The teams were coached by Peter Lofthouse of Newport Harbor (South) and Rick Feldman of Cypress (North).


CIF is expected to vote Friday to make girls flag football an official high school sport in California, less than a week after the sport's championship tournament at Redondo Union High School, sponsored by the Chargers in partnership with Gatorade and Nike.


The Chargers, in collaboration with Ducommun, Inc. and UC Irvine, hosted the 5th annual "STEM on the Sidelines," an engineering challenge for high school students in Southern California. Students designed and built their own football-launching robots to square off in a competition at SoFi Stadium in December. Presented by Ducommun, Inc.


The Chargers Champions School Grant Program powered by SchoolsFirst Federal Credit Union has impacted the lives of students across San Diego and Imperial-Counties for over 2 decades. Learn more about the program here!


The Chargers Impact Fund, in partnership with the Bikes For Kids Foundation and Pechanga, celebrated the holidays by giving away about 150 brand new bikes to second and third-graders at Mayo Elementary School in Compton. Khalil Mack, Cameron Dicker, and others were on hand to surprise the kids.


The 5th annual "STEM on the Sidelines" engineering challenge took place on Saturday, Dec 10th, at SoFi Stadium. STEM on the Sidelines is a collaboration between Ducommun, Inc., UC Irvine, and the Los Angeles Chargers. High school teams from Orange and LA counties designed, built, and coded their own custom football launchers to score maximum points. After an exciting and fierce competition, University High School in Irvine, CA rose above to claim 1st place.


Safety Derwin James, Jr. has been selected as the Chargers nominee for the prestigious Walter Payton Man of the Year award in recognition of his constant commitment to community service off the field. 041b061a72


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