Southern California officials have one message to residents already a bit stir crazy from more than a week of unprecedented restriction on movements due to coronavirus: Stay home. This weekend brings more
I just went to pet my dog and, with the calculated coolness of a celebrity, she cut me. The brief side-eye acknowledgment, the slow stand-up, the casual removal of self to another room; it was all shockingly
With Gov. Gavin Newsom’s order this month for all California restaurants to close to dine-in customers to help inhibit the spread of the coronavirus that causes COVID-19, many local eateries have moved
As the coronavirus pandemic pummels industries across the globe, one group of professionals is particularly hard hit. Yet it may be the most practiced at spinning beauty from bleakness. With honed tenacity
As the coronavirus caused Los Angeles to slow down and Angelenos to work from home, Jared Ingold saw retail sales plummet by 95% overnight at his fashion store, Vardagen, on Abbot Kinney Avenue in Venice.
From college campuses that look like ghost towns to wide-open rush hour freeways, Louise Hansson watches from her L.A. apartment as a once bustling city shifts inward. Free from classes or swim practice
The city of Los Angeles has expanded its temporary ban on evictions during the novel coronavirus outbreak by prohibiting landlords from removing tenants from rent-stabilized apartments for the purposes
Stein Metzger noticed the precautions taking hold early. Instead of post-match handshakes, UCLA beach volleyball players offered fist bumps. Hand sanitizer became as common as water bottles. Special care
House arrest? Not in our house. As cabin fever set in this past week, recreational athletes fled to the bike lanes, the beaches, the skate parts and all manner of hiking trail. Evidently, you can shutter
The state of California, normally full of sun bathers and wilderness explorers, restaurant goers and entertainment venue attendees, is empty. On Thursday, California governor Gavin Newsom issued a state-wide
California’s sweeping stay-at-home order to slow the spread of the coronavirus resulted in a weekend like no other, with people staying indoors and, when outside, keeping at least six feet apart. But were
For more than 100 years, California Floral Co. has stood sentinel in downtown Los Angeles. The florist predates the founding of Warner Bros, UCLA and the first concerts at the Hollywood Bowl. It made through
Californians always rise to the occasion in troubled times, and so they have in the age of coronavirus. Across such platforms online platforms as NextDoor, we see people offering to help quarantined neighbors.