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With L.A. Schools Closed, Some Parents Are Turning to Unregulated ‘Day Camps’

For families of means, third-party providers are popping up, offering "enrichment" without much oversight
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More and More L.A. Gyms Are Adapting to the Pandemic by Moving Outdoors

A sampling of al fresco fitness offerings at local gyms and studios
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Hotels Received Taxpayer Money, but Refused to Participate in Project Roomkey

In a new report, hotels cite everything from logistical issues to potential negative ”impact on the brand”
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Wellness and Yoga Influencers Are Taking a Stand Against QAnon

Conspiracy theories continue to spread within the wellness community, but a group of prominent people is attempting to do something about it
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Burgers Never Say Die Workers Report ‘Daily’ Abuse by Anti-Mask Customers

The popular Silver Lake restaurant is the latest local business to respond to mistreatment of employees

Hazardous Air Will Be Hanging Around the West Coast for a While

Do your best to stay indoors and protect yourself from particulates and ash
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What’s Being Done to Protect California Farmworkers from COVID-19? Not Enough, Experts Say

The people who pick our food are still among the most vulnerable to the pandemic—and safety recommendations rather than health mandates aren't stemming the tide
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Red Ink: How Tattoo Artists Are Getting By During the Pandemic

From visiting clients’ homes to crossing state lines, local tattooers have had to get creative to make ends meet and avoid punishment
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Amid a Worsening Homelessness Crisis, Two Temporary Housing Options Are Ramping Down

As Los Angeles shifts its focus to permanent housing solutions, advocates worry that some people could fall through the cracks at a critical moment

Casita Del Campo Is Among a Growing List of Small L.A. Businesses Struggling to Survive

Small businesses are the soul of the city, but many are facing extinction amid the pandemic