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East Coast-style deli Ggiata is taking digital marketing to the next level — with wacky, viral TikToks and Instagram posts for their sandwiches.

Ggiata sandwiches become a hit thanks to memes and viral videos

East Coast-style deli Ggiata is taking digital marketing to the next level — with wacky, viral TikToks and Instagram posts for their sandwiches.

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SoCal museums are reshaping exhibits as federal regulations now require them to secure Native American tribal consent before displaying cultural items.

Museums must return Native American artifacts due to new law

SoCal museums are reshaping exhibits as federal regulations now require them to secure Native American tribal consent before displaying cultural items.

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