Tag: pandemic

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...

Full Shutdown, Partial Shutdown What Gives?

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UNITED STATES—I know we are ALL tired hearing about the words, ‘coronavirus,’ ‘COVID-19,’ ‘pandemic,’ ‘social distancing’ and ‘quarantine.’ These are all the terms of...

Starbucks Gives Free Coffee To Front-Line Workers

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PACIFIC PALISADES—In response to the growing number of COVID-19 cases, Starbucks wanted to recognize front-line workers by offering a free tall brewed coffee (hot...

Garcetti Offers $800 To Out-Of-Work Restaurant Employees

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LOS ANGELES—On Wednesday December 3, Los Angeles Mayor Eric Garcetti announced that the city of Los Angeles is offering one-time payments of $800 to...

Multiple Stores Vandalized In Neighborhoods

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STUDIO CITY—Several stores were vandalized on Ventura Boulevard from Studio City to Tarzana over a couple of days. The vandalism occurred sporadically from Wednesday,...

Santa Monica Turkey Trot Marathon 2020

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SANTA MONICA—On Thursday, November 26 from 7 a.m. to 10:30 a.m., there will be a Thanksgiving Day Turkey Trot at Crescent Bay Park located...

Gelson’s Market Offers Thanksgiving Dinner Package

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SHERMAN OAKS—Gelson's Market is offering several holiday dinner packages to feed as little as 2 or as many as 12 people. The offer is...

GUARDaHEART Offered Free COVID Testing In Santa Monica

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SANTA MONICA—Calvary Baptist Church in Santa Monica has partnered with GUARDaHEART Foundation for free coronavirus antibody testing on November 19 thru 21 from 10:00...

Vickie Eisenstein Scammed $2,000

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WEST HOLLYWOOD— Around mid to late April of 2020, Vickie Eisenstein who is a filmmaker, comedian, and actress, was scammed $2,000. Because of the...

Taylor Swift Fighting For Her Music!

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HOLLYWOOD—The pandemic has been a catastrophic blow to the music industry. The effective shutdown of concerts and festivals has caused the live music revenues...

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...

Iconic Jerry’s Famous Deli To Close After 42 Years

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STUDIO CITY — The iconic Jerry’s Famous Deli store in Studio City announced it will close its doors on Friday, October 30, due to...

Santa Monica School Board Approves Office Building Purchase

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SANTA MONICA—In a 6-1 vote, the Santa Monica and Malibu School District (SMMUSD) Board of Education on October 15 approved the $21 million purchase...

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...

What Scenarios Await The US Education System After The Pandemic?

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UNITED STATES—The coronavirus pandemic has turned the whole world upside down. Just like any other crisis, it took a huge toll on the most...

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...
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