Afternoon Update: Advisor to Mayor Garcetti Accused of Sexual Harassment by LAPD Officer

Also craft brewers’ shutdown struggles and more stories you may have missed today

» An LAPD officer who worked Mayor Eric Garcetti’s security detail has filed a lawsuit against the city alleging sexual harassment at the hands of Rick Jacobs, a consultant described as an “advisor” to the mayor. Officer Matthew Garza claims Jacobs touched him inappropriately and made crude sexual comments. [Los Angeles Times]

» In case you needed another thing to put you on edge, Supreme Court Justice Ruth Bader Ginsberg has reportedly been hospitalized due to an infection. [CNN]

» GrubHub released stats on what people have been ordering in this year. Spicy chicken sandwiches and acai bowls both saw huge bumps versus last year. [Restaurant Business]

» As California hits the “dimmer switch” on reopening, frustration is brewing in the local craft beer community. [Easy Reader News]

» Over at LAist, a new podcast delves into decades of deception in the desert.Described as a Western noir, California City is named for a would-be community in the Mojave where cheap property has been sold as a ticket to the American Dream to generations of families, but that’s never panned out. [LAist

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