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Looking to combat a COVID-19 surge, Los Angeles County announced tightened restrictions today, requiring restaurants, bars, wineries, breweries and non-essential retail businesses to close at 10 p.m. starting on Friday, while also limiting their capacity and that of indoor retail shops.
In this issue: Angelus Temple is holding indoor religious services despite health department orders. A bike shop owner deals with sickness and sales during the pandemic. And a peek into the Tom of Finland House.
Echo Park - Even back in the Before Times, when bartending seemed like steady work and baseball fans could attend games in person, living or working near Dodger Stadium always had its drawbacks. But now that the stadium has converted from a sports facility to the city’s hottest COVID testing spot, conditions have changed.
- Shortage of intensive-care beds in L.A. imminent, as COVID-19 rages on
- Council-elect Nithya Raman announces transition team, including former chief of staff for outgoing Councilman Ryu
- Councilman De León motions to buy empty homes by I-710; Congresswoman Waters criticizes Caltrans evictions
- Not everyone is a fan of the East LA Dodger House
- New councilman Kevin de León faces a long list of expectations and demands
- Glassell Park crash victims were young movers in the music industry
- No todos son fanáticos de la casa Dodgers de East LA
- LA reports record high new COVID cases and hospitalizations -- and conditions will only get worse, officials say
- “We just want to get through the holidays in one piece” -- Retailers from Eagle Rock to Silver Lake react to the latest pandemic restrictions
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- CHP removes housing activists from Caltrans-owned homes in El Sereno
- Former Silver Lake Texaco station has been packed up but has no place to go
- LA planning more stringent restrictions as COVID-19 spreads alarming rate