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Agents Have Won a Battle Against the Writers Guild—but the War Is Far From Over

A Hollywood clash of the titans is just heating up
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As Insurance Claims Are Denied, Classic L.A. Restaurants Are Struggling to Weather the Pandemic

Beloved local haunts report they won't see a dime from their insurers, but Musso & Frank Grill is fighting back
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Amoeba Music Is Asking Customers to Help Fund the Store’s Future

The beloved record store has launched a crowdfunding campaign to help cover mounting costs
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Less Than Half of L.A. County Residents Have Jobs Now, According to New Data

An estimated 1.3 million jobs have been lost in the county in a single month
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As Layoffs Continue, L.A.’s Hotel Workers Are in Crisis

"Things are just awful right now on so many levels," says one hospitality union rep
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Cannabis Sales Have Dropped Off Dramatically, Just Weeks After Hitting All-Time Highs

Local cannabis retailers are hanging their hopes on delivery and pick-up services
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In Chinatown, Coronavirus News Has Hurt Small Businesses for Weeks

"It feels like Chinatown has really come to a standstill...it's being treated like the epicenter"
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L.A.’s Real Estate Agents Go Virtual to Keep Coronavirus from Cooling the Market

As many Realtors call off open houses, the experience of home shopping will look a little different in the coming weeks
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The Lawmaker Behind AB 5 Wants to Change How Food Delivery Apps Operate

Lorena Gonzalez's AB 2149 seeks to snuff out practices that prey on mom-and-pop restaurants—but the tech industry is pushing back
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Delivery Apps Are Forcing L.A. Restaurants to Adjust to a Take-Out World—or Risk Starvation

As technology turns ordering in into the new dining out, many local restaurateurs are slinging food from "ghost kitchens" throughout the city