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Three COVID Outbreaks Reported at Entertainment Industry Facilities

Three COVID outbreaks have been reported over the last week at entertainment industry facilities, as the delta variant causes a spike in cases in Los Angeles County. The worst of the three hit the Motion Picture Industry Pension & Health Plan offices in Studio City, where six people tested positive. MPIPHP has since imposed a vaccine mandate for its staff, which is set to take effect on Sept. 7. A second outbreak was reported at Endemol Shine North America, the producer of unscripted TV shows, which is based in North Hollywood. That outbreak involved three people. It was apparently connected to one...
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Los Angeles Times

L.A. mayor’s residence vandalized following protest

Los Angeles police responded to a report of vandalism Thursday night following a protest outside Getty House, the official residence of the mayor. Videos posted on social media show garbage thrown on the property, toilet paper strung on the trees and fence and graffiti scrawled on the sidewalk. “Housing is a right” and “Repeal 41.18d” — a reference to a city law governing the public right of way — were written on pillars outside the home, video shows.
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From the high cost of housing, to the cost of childcare and even the expensive sales tax, Los Angeles is not an affordable city. People are leaving. For years, people came to Los Angeles in search of a better life. They sought sunny weather and beautiful people. They wanted fame and fortune.
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Black Restaurant Week is back with a new grant program and a bigger reach

Warren Luckett, Falayn Ferrell and Derek Robinson want you to have a favorite Black-owned restaurant — just like you have a favorite spot for tacos or burgers or pasta. To help, they founded Black Restaurant Week, a national event spotlighting Black-owned restaurants, bakeries, coffee shops and other culinary establishments where participants cook up special dishes, combos and prix fixe menus for one week of the year. The third Los Angeles iteration is scheduled for Aug. 6-15 and will feature new restaurants and food trucks, plus an expanded reach into more of Southern California — and a new grant program to help local business.
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