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One of My Kids Is Going Back to School. One Isn’t. Here’s How We Did the Math

As LAUSD schools prepare to reopen this week, a family reaches a split decision on in-person instruction
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Here’s What You Need to Know About When and How to Get a COVID Vaccination in L.A.

An updated primer on who’s eligible, how to make an appointment, and more
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A Second Group of LAUSD Parents File a Lawsuit for Schools to Fully Reopen

L.A. public schools are set to start a staggered reopening on April 12, but parents’ displeasure with the details of the plan has spawned a pair of lawsuits and plenty of protests
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Bottle Shops and Liquor Stores Had a Big Year, but What Happens When Things Go Back to Normal?

When bars closed, specialty liquor shops and wine stores were saving graces. As bars prepare to reopen, store owners hope their new customers will stick around
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California Likely to ‘Fully Reopen’ in June, Gov. Newsom Announces

Bars that don't serve food can reopen for outdoor service, and more
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California’s ‘Army’ of Contact Tracers Never Quite Panned Out

The state set what was perhaps an overly ambitious goal to hire and train virus sleuths
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L.A. County Officially Allows Orange Tier Reopenings Today. Here’s What Changes

Bars that don't serve food can reopen for outdoor service, and more
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She Built a Bustling Business Providing Cremations for Less, but Nothing Prepared Her for COVID-19

South L.A.-bred entrepreneur LaRuth Wright was entrusted with the remains of an untold number of loved ones during the height of the pandemic, writer Rex Weiner's mother among them
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Every Adult in California Can Be Vaccinated Starting April 15

An updated primer on who’s eligible, how to make an appointment, and more
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L.A. Nightlife Will Return, but the Sense of Community Might Be Harder to Rebuild

A year after clubs closed, a writer and DJ suspects not everyone will be ready to party as soon as it's permissible