Daily Brief: Newsom Urges Disneyland to Bring Jobs Back to California, Grammys Performers

Also, L.A. County gas prices have increased 22 percent since the war in Ukraine started about three weeks ago

» Newsom Urges Disney to Relocate Jobs Back to California Over Florida LGBTQ Bill “Disney, the door is open to bring those jobs back to California — the state that actually represents the values of your workers,” Gov. Gavin Newsom tweeted just days after the Florida Legislature passed its “Don’t Say Gay” bill. [SFGATE]

» Olivia Rodrigo, Billie Eilish, and BTS to Perform at Grammys The Recording Academy announced Tuesday that Olivia Rodrigo, Billie Eilish, BTS, Brandi Carlile, Brothers Osborne, and Lil Nas X with Jack Harlow will perform at the awards show, which will air live on April 3 in Las Vegas. [Associated Press]

» L.A. County Gas Prices Have Surged 22 Percent in the Last Three Weeks Since the war in Ukraine started about three weeks ago, the price of gas in Los Angeles County has increased by 22 percent. [Los Angeles Times]

» Bob Saget Likely Hit His Head on ‘Something Hard, Covered by Something Soft,’ According to Police Report The fractures around Bob Saget’s eye sockets and bleeding around his brain were likely caused by him hitting “something hard, covered by something soft,” such as a carpeted floor, according to an incident report released Tuesday that reveals more details of the comedian-actor’s death. [Associated Press]

» L.A.’s Underground Museum is Closing Its Doors The Arlington Heights-based Underground Museum—which was founded by Karon Davis, her late husband, Noah Davis, and his brother Kahlil Joseph in 2012—made the announcement Tuesday via an emotive Instagram post. [Los Angeles Times]



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