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What Will Be Open–and Closed–at Disneyland When it Reopens

Some attractions won’t be ready for visitors on April 30
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Bottle Shops and Liquor Stores Had a Big Year, but What Happens When Things Go Back to Normal?

When bars closed, specialty liquor shops and wine stores were saving graces. As bars prepare to reopen, store owners hope their new customers will stick around
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California Likely to ‘Fully Reopen’ in June, Gov. Newsom Announces

Bars that don't serve food can reopen for outdoor service, and more
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L.A. County Officially Allows Orange Tier Reopenings Today. Here’s What Changes

Bars that don't serve food can reopen for outdoor service, and more
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Precinct and Redline Bolstered DTLA’s Gay Nightlife Scene. Now They’re Fighting to Survive

More than a year after bars were ordered to close, the two popular watering holes look to a future that’s still a little blurry
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L.A.’s Concierge Medical Services Woo VIPS with Plush Amenities—but Not Everyone Thinks That’s Healthy

With health at the forefront of everyone's minds these days, more people are willing to pay big bucks for the privilege of being prioritized
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The Paramour Estate, One of Silver Lake’s Most Iconic Properties, Hits the Market for $40 Mil

The storied spread and former convent was listed by restaurateur Dana Hollister, who famously sparred with Katy Perry over another nunnery
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She Built a Bustling Business Providing Cremations for Less, but Nothing Prepared Her for COVID-19

South L.A.-bred entrepreneur LaRuth Wright was entrusted with the remains of an untold number of loved ones during the height of the pandemic, writer Rex Weiner's mother among them

116 Downtown L.A. Businesses Shuttered by the Pandemic, Many Permanently

A map shows the dramatic effect the pandemic has had on commerce in DTLA
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After COVID-19, Can Downtown L.A. Get Back Up?

The pandemic brought DTLA’s comeback to a screeching halt. Here’s how the city’s historic hub can reclaim its swagger