Monday, May 25, 2020

It's Summer: But Will It Be Safe To Swim In Public Pools?

It's Summer: But Will It Be Safe To Swim In Public Pools?

What are the new rules for pools now we're living with the pandemic? more ›

Ramen & Rice, But Definitely Not Refried Beans: How To Build A Food Pantry For Asians

Ramen & Rice, But Definitely Not Refried Beans: How To Build A Food Pantry For Asians

In Orange County, a group of Asian non-profits have joined forces to get culturally-appropriate food to the needy in their communities.  more ›

Sunday, May 24, 2020

One Doctor Calls The Public Restroom A 'Bio Weapons Factory.' You're In Good Company If You Are Afraid

One Doctor Calls The Public Restroom A 'Bio Weapons Factory.' You're In Good Company If You Are Afraid

Why some people are finding an alternative if they can't make it home when they need to go. more ›

Saturday, May 23, 2020

The Tourists Are Missing, But Venice Beach Is Still A Draw

The Tourists Are Missing, But Venice Beach Is Still A Draw

Thousands Come To Venice Beach To Take In the Beach Air, Many Without Masks more ›

You Might Be Able To Drink In LA's Streets This Summer

You Might Be Able To Drink In LA's Streets This Summer

You'll almost certainly be able to eat in the streets later this summer but what if you want a beer with nosh? It just got a little easier. more ›

Friday, May 22, 2020

Hollywood Executive Charged With Fraud For Misusing Federal Paycheck Protection Program

Hollywood Executive Charged With Fraud For Misusing Federal Paycheck Protection Program

The former head of Aviron Pictures allegedly misused Paycheck Protection Program funds for personal expenses, including credit card and car loan bills. more ›

'Bloody Noses, Burning Eyes': Advocates File Complaint Over Chemical Disinfectant Use At Adelanto Detention Center

'Bloody Noses, Burning Eyes': Advocates File Complaint Over Chemical Disinfectant Use At Adelanto Detention Center

The facility currently holds about 1,100 detained immigrants, including asylum seekers and people who are fighting deportation. more ›

Screen Time Fun Time: Tips And Tricks For Elevating What Your Kids Are Watching During Quarantine

Screen Time Fun Time: Tips And Tricks For Elevating What Your Kids Are Watching During Quarantine

As part of an on-going series about parenting in a pandemic, we had  a couple of experts weigh in on how to think - and what to do - about screen time. more ›

The Smallest City In LA Has Lost Its Volcano, Its Casino, And Most Of Its Money

The Smallest City In LA Has Lost Its Volcano, Its Casino, And Most Of Its Money

The shutdown of The Gardens Casino is costing its host city $1 million a month. The loss will force cancellation of many services to this predominantly low-income area. more ›

Coronavirus-Related Census Delays Could Affect California's 2022 Primary Election

Coronavirus-Related Census Delays Could Affect California's 2022 Primary Election

If 2020 census data is released too late, the state redistricting commission might not have enough time to redraw voting district boundaries. more ›

Mis Ángeles: What A Day Laborer's Death Taught Me About Hard Work And Joy

Mis Ángeles: What A Day Laborer's Death Taught Me About Hard Work And Joy

I didn't want to write an obituary, especially one about someone who could have easily been my cousin. more ›

LA's Slow Streets Program Is Picking Up Speed (Despite Some Attacks On Signs)

LA's Slow Streets Program Is Picking Up Speed (Despite Some Attacks On Signs)

The city has received more than 175 applications from residents and community groups that want to join the safety initiative. more ›

In His Own Words: LA's Homeless Photographer Records Life On The Streets With Self Portraits

In His Own Words: LA's Homeless Photographer Records Life On The Streets With Self Portraits

Inspired by Vivian Maier, a homeless photographer begins to get recognition for his work. more ›