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L.A.’s Concierge Medical Services Woo VIPS with Plush Amenities—but Not Everyone Thinks That’s Healthy

With health at the forefront of everyone's minds these days, more people are willing to pay big bucks for the privilege of being prioritized
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L.A. Hot Dog Landmark Pink’s Is Back Open for the First Time in Months

After an employee contracted COVID-19, owners decided to shut down in January until conditions improved
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What We’ve Learned During the Pandemic

During the COVID-19 crisis, people have taken up everything from cooking to raising chickens, but the lessons we’ve gleaned are bigger than the skills themselves
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The State Is Supposed to Be Collecting Data About COVID in the LGBTQ Community. Where Is It?

Three months after his COVID-tracking bill was signed into law, California State Senator Scott Wiener says he's frustrated by a lack of action
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A New Rideshare Option Is Coming to L.A.—and It Employs Its Drivers

Texas-based Alto is positioning itself as a safer—and, yes, pricier—alternative to Uber and Lyft

The Pandemic Is Making L.A.’s Recycling Problem Much, Much Worse

COVID-related home deliveries are adding mountains of waste to L.A.’s already-stressed recycling infrastructure
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L.A. Officials Weigh a Curfew Amid a Weekend Surge in COVID Cases

More restrictions could be on the way as people let down their guards, gather, and spread the virus
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We Need to Flatten the Curve of Despair

Isolation can be deadly, but our lack of connection well predates the COVID-19 crisis

With Public Schools Closed Until at Least January, Superintendent Austin Beutner Lashes Out

LAUSD's top exec questions the region's progress in combating COVID-19, saying students’ futures are being imperiled
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How Quickly Will L.A.’s Booming Coffee Shop Culture Bounce Back?

It’s been months since people have been able to congregate in the city’s go-to gathering spots, but local coffee entrepreneurs are confident the ”coffice” will soon be more essential than ever