Daily Brief: Child COVID Hospitalizations, Bob Dylan Sells Masters

Also, Amy Schneider beats Matt Amodio’s streak on ‘Jeopardy!’ and makes history as being a contestant with the second-most consecutive wins

» Many Children are Checking Into California Hospitals for Issues Other Than COVID, Then Later Learning That They Have The Virus The number of young children—those younger than 5—who have been newly hospitalized with COVID has been higher than at any point in the pandemic due to the Omicron-fueled surge. For many of these patients, their primary reason for admission isn’t COVID, but they end up testing positive for it. [Los Angeles Times]

» Bob Dylan Sells Recorded-Music Catalog, Adds 2022 Tour Dates Bob Dylan has sold the master rights to his entire recorded music catalog to Sony Music Entertainment, which Billboard estimates are worth more than $200 million. Also on Monday, Dylan announced new dates for the next leg of his “Rough and Rowdy Ways” tour. [Pitchfork]

» Amy Schneider Achieves 39th Victory, Breaks Matt Amodio’s Streak on ‘Jeopardy!’ On Monday, Schneider claimed her 39th victory, making her the contestant with the second-most consecutive wins in the game show’s history. [Variety]

» Woman Celebrating Birthday is One of Four People Killed in ‘Targeted Ambush’ at Inglewood House Party A woman celebrating her birthday and her sister were among four people fatally shot early Sunday morning at a house party in Inglewood, witnesses say. A fifth victim, who was taken to the hospital, was listed in critical condition as of Monday afternoon. [ABC7]

» Rolls-Royce Buyers Are Younger Than You’d Expect The average customer for the luxury vehicle is just 43 years old, which means that many of the buyers are also much younger than that. [CNN]


» NBA Player Jaxson Hayes Charged with Domestic Violence, Resisting Arrest The New Orleans Pelicans center has been charged with a dozen misdemeanor counts including domestic violence and resisting arrest in L.A.

» Fox News Doesn’t Want You To See Its Latest Interview With Donald Trump Why was Sean Hannity’s off-the-wall exchange with 45 mysteriously 86’d?

» Peloton’s Appearance in ‘Billions’ Premiere Marks Second Ill-Fated Cameo In the Season 6 opener, one of the Showtime series’ central characters suffers a heart attack after riding a Peloton bike


From left to right, Tam and Tayvion (Photo by Julius Miller)

L.A.’s Neighborhood Style: Hittin’ the Streets for the Latest Trends

The 2020s have been nothing short of disruptive, and the current—often unstable—state of society has consistently translated itself through the realm of street fashion. Across all generations, there is an undeniable consistent display of reminiscence. Whether it is due to the inability of a trend to develop, or the simple desire to draw inspiration from elsewhere, street fashion looks to be stuck in a decadal phase.

Los Angeles is a place that requires no explanation as to its significant role in trend development. However, the general public are trapped in a stylistic haze. This is not a negative event, but rather one deserving of fascination; the tendency for fashion to act as an outlet is not a new concept. When all else fails, people choose to look back in time at the garments their parents or their grandparents wore.


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