Tag: coronavirus

The Pandemic: One Year Later

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UNITED STATES—It is very hard to believe that it has been over a year since the coronavirus pandemic reshaped this country as we know...

“Moving Through” The COVID Age — How Coronavirus Has Changed Transportation...

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UNITED STATES—COVID-19 brought California to a “grinding halt”—literally. As you could imagine, the demand for public transit has plummeted since stay-at-home orders went into...

The Standard Hotel In West Hollywood Closes

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WEST HOLLYWOOD—The iconic The Standard hotel, located on 8300 Sunset Boulevard, will close indefinitely because of a significant increase to its lease. On their Instagram...

Are We Near The End For Coronavirus?

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UNITED STATES—Is the end near? It feels like a lot of people seem to think that, but we all know that just because a...

Ellen DeGeneres Tests Positive For Coronavirus

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HOLLYWOOD—On December 10, 2020, Ellen DeGeneres, American comedian and television host, has confirmed that she contracted Coronavirus. She tells fans that her show, The...

UCLA Players Out Of Isolation

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WESTWOOD—An UCLA football player who tested positive for the Coronavirus is now out of isolation and joined the rest of the team on October...

Trump’s Positive Test Reshapes November’s Vote

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UNITED STATES—With the US election now just a few days away, Americans will soon find out whether Donald Trump will remain the president or...

Japanese Restaurant Closes After Just Opening In 2015

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WEST HOLLYWOOD—A popular Japanese restaurant, called Izakaya Aburiya Raku, which is an offshoot of a location in Las Vegas, Nevada, is closing its doors...

Pumpkin Patch Locations In Sherman Oaks

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SHERMAN OAKS—Pumpkin patches will be open in the Los Angeles County for people to buy their pumpkins to put out on display for Halloween. Steve...

Citations Issued In Santa Monica For Face Covering Violations

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SANTA MONICA—Since the Coronavirus pandemic started, the city of Santa Monica has issued more than three dozen citations for individuals who were not wearing...

Schools Hosting Early Voting, Election Day Polling Stations

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SANTA MONICA—Multiple schools in the Santa Monica-Malibu Unified School District will have polling stations for voters to cast their ballots for the upcoming 2020...

Parking Enforcement Laws Being Put Back Into Effect

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SHERMAN OAKS—On Thursday, October 15, Los Angeles County lifted the moratorium on parking enforcement laws, after months of encouraging residents to stay home to...

Outdoor Playgrounds In Santa Monica Set To Reopen

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SANTA MONICA—Starting Friday, October 9, up to a dozen of the children's parks in the Santa Monica area will be reopening, following months of...

Ralph’s Cited For Violating Coronavirus Related Safety Guidelines

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SHERMAN OAKS—According to The California Division of Occupational Safety and Health, several Ralph's and Food 4 Less stores in Los Angeles and Culver City...

Breweries And Wineries Reopening In Los Angeles County

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CALIFORNIA—According to the Los Angeles County Board of Supervisors, an announcement on Tuesday, September 29 revealed that breweries and wineries in Los Angeles County...

Walk To End Alzheimer’s Taking Place October 25

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SANTA MONICA—In an effort to help fight Alzheimer's disease, the city of Santa Monica will be hosting "Walk To End Alzheimer's" on Sunday, October...

Customers Purchasing Bikes In Droves During Coronavirus Pandemic

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SANTA MONICA—Since the Coronavirus pandemic began earlier this year, and people have had to stay indoors, citizens have discovered that riding a bike is...

The Bellwether Closes Its Doors

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STUDIO CITY—A popular restaurant in the San Fernando Valley area, The Bellwether, will be closing for good, the company announced on Wednesday, September 23,...

Party Shut Down After Violating Coronavirus Guidelines

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SHERMAN OAKS—A party being held for a young child on Thursday, September 17, was shutdown after authorities discovered that 150 people had gathered together,...

EPA Says Pine-Sol Is Effective Against Coronavirus

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OAKLAND–Pine-Sol Original Multi-Surface Cleaner got approval from the U.S. Environmental Protection Agency (EPA) for use against the coronavirus on hard non-porous surfaces, the company...
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