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These surprising, garden-worthy plants are perfect for Southern California climates

There are whole groups of highly garden-worthy plants that most people, including gardeners, have neglected for no good reason and I count myself among them. Let me take two examples that I am grateful to Shelly Jennings for bringing to my close attention. Jennings is the proprietor of Worldwide Exotics, the hidden gem of local plant nurseries, located at 11157 Orcas Avenue in Lakeview Terrace. It is open to the public on Saturdays from 9:30 a.m to 4:00 p.m. I promise that you will encounter man...
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‘I Know It Will Look Surreal’: Los Angeles Mayor Urges Residents To Wear Masks

LOS ANGELES (AP) — The mayor of Los Angeles on Wednesday told everyone in the nation’s second-largest city to start wearing masks to combat the coronavirus, but California’s governor isn’t ready to take that idea statewide. Gov. Gavin Newsom said Wednesday he’s focused instead on keeping people inside. He also announced the state may need 66,000 additional hospital beds, 16,000 more than previously forecast, to handle the crush of illnesses expected during the second part of May. At an afternoon...
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When COVID Shut This Small Museum Down, Its Community Suffered A Big Loss

“In the eight years since it was founded, the Underground Museum has become not only one of the most important destinations for black art in the country but also a crucial gathering place for its working class Arlington Heights neighborhood [in Los Angeles]. … As cultural institutions all over the world wrestle with how to bring art to the public during the pandemic, smaller ones like the Underground Museum are also trying to figure out how to continue serving communities that have come to rely...
Tags: Art, Los Angeles, Audience, Visual, Arlington Heights, Underground Museum, 03.31.20


What it's like to launch a TikTok collab house, according to a top influencer who's preparing to rent a $15,000-per-month house in LA when it's safe

TikTok star Josh Sadowski, who has 4 million followers and manages 11 other creators, is planning to launch a creator collab house for his group. Collab groups and houses, like Sway LA or Hype House, are a popular trend among TikTok influencers, and a way for these stars to create content together. Sadowski is looking to rent an LA-based place once it's safe to do so, and this place will be home to him and three other influencers he manages. Sadowski spoke with Business Insider about what the ...
Tags: Rihanna, La, Los Angeles, Trends, Missouri, Ken Burns, Business Insider, Bel Air, Collab, David Dobrik, Sadowski, Thomas Petrou, Sway House, Sway LA, Brittany Broski, Josh Sadowski


L.A. attorneys disbarred, suspended by the State Bar of California, Jan. 10-Feb. 29

    Los Angeles Superior Court Stanley Mosk Courthouse in Los Angeles. (Photo by Frazer Harrison/Getty Images)   The State Bar of California has released their latest names of attorneys who have been disbarred, suspended or placed on probation due to professional misconduct. Statewide, the Bar has disbarred 21 attorneys, suspended 53, placed 10 on probation and two attorneys on public reproval since January. Here is a list of attorneys in Los Angeles County who have been disciplined for pro...
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10 things you don’t know about Disneyland’s sort-of-secret Club 33

Some people don’t even know it exists, but right near the exit from Pirates of the Caribbean, in New Orleans Square, might be Disneyland’s worst kept secret — its private Club 33 that offers cocktails and fine dining exclusively to members and their guests. Los Angeles Dodgers starting pitcher Rich Hill throws against the Arizona Diamondbacks during the first inning of Game 2 of baseball’s National League Division Series in Los Angeles, Saturday, Oct. 7, 2017. (AP Photo/Jae C. Hong) UFC Fly...
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Engineer accused of crashing train said he was 'suspicious' of nearby coronavirus relief ship, Justice Department says

A train engineer faces federal charges after he allegedly admitted to intentionally derailing a train Tuesday near the USNS Mercy, a ship sent to Los Angeles to ease the burden of hospitals treating coronavirus patients, according to the Department of Justice.
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Engineer Arrested For Derailing Train Near USNS Mercy, Claimed Ship Part Of ‘Government Takeover’

A train engineer at the Port of Los Angeles was arrested Wednesday for allegedly derailing a locomotive at full speed near the USNS Mercy hospital ship being used to ease hospital beds during the coronavirus pandemic.
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Brandless? Branded? Which is Better?

— Mark Prus, Principal Nameflash About two and a half years ago, Brandless was launched. The company sold “unbranded” household, personal care, baby, and pet products on the cheap and was viewed as a breakthrough in the “anti-branding” movement. Today, Brandless is dead. LOS ANGELES, CA – APRIL 30: A general view of atmosphere at the #BrandlessLife Pop-Up With Purpose on April 30, 2018 in Los Angeles, CA. (Photo John Sciulli/Getty Images for Brandless) Brandless failed to demonstrate proper ...
Tags: Advertising, Marketing, Articles, Los Angeles, Nike, Goodwill, Commodity, 3m, Branding, Trademarks, John Sciulli Getty, Mark Prus Principal NameFlash, Generic Words, Brandless, Brandless Brandless, Mark Prus


Coronavirus live updates: US braces for 'horrific' weeks as deaths top 5,000; Los Angeles mayor tells residents to wear masks; Dow slumps

More than 1,000 people died of coronavirus Wednesday, pushing the death toll over 5,000 and likely signaling the beginning of a "very painful" period.         [Author: USA TODAY]
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The luxury leader mobilizing his troops from the comfort of a pool

Aaron Kirman of Aaron Kirman Group at Compass leads in the face of a widening pandemic as his city begins to shut down and his clients start to worry.
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Los Angeles mayor tells 4 million to wear masks

The mayor of Los Angeles urged 4 million residents to wear masks to combat the coronavirus when they walk out in public, even as state health officials shied away from requiring a coverup. Homemade cloth masks, or even a “tucked-in bandanna,” will help reduce the spread of the COVID-19 virus in the nation's second-largest city and remind people to practice safe social distancing, Mayor Eric Garcetti said Wednesday as he donned a black cloth mask to make his point. Garcetti also said people sho...
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LA mayor urges Angelenos to wear homemade masks while coronavirus outbreak continues

The streets of Los Angeles could start to resemble those in some Asian communities soon, if Angelenos take Mayor Eric Garcetti’s recommendation Wednesday to wear non-medical or homemade masks during needed trips outdoors to minimize the spread of the novel coronavirus. Wrapping a black mask around his ears and face during his daily briefing, Garcetti modeled the new, COVID-19-inspired style, and safety precaution, before an online audience watching the briefing on live streams over Facebook and ...
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Should you cover your face to thwart coronavirus? The answer varies as local health officials mull over options

Bandanas. Scarves. Homemade fabric masks. Those are some of the items people out in public are wearing to cover their faces in efforts to stop the spread of coronavirus. But should they be doing it? That question reportedly is under review by Centers for Disease Control and Prevention officials. The CDC’s current guidance states that only people who are sick need to wear masks when they are around other people or before entering a health provider’s office, according to the agency’s website. But ...
Tags: News, Cdc, Los Angeles, Sport, Soccer, Lausd, Local News, Orange County, Riverside County, Centers For Disease Control And Prevention, Riverside, Ferrer, Irvine, San Bernardino County, Wert, Cameron Kaiser


April 1 message from LAUSD Superintendent Beutner regarding closed schools amid coronavirus outbreak

Los Angeles Unified School District Superintendent Austin Beutner released this message on Wednesday evening, April 1, an update on the district’s status amid the novel coronavirus outbreak. The absence from school creates hardship for students – loss of stability and friendships, loss of learning and loss of a big part of their social safety net. Their world has been turned upside down and we need to make sure students have the support they need. On Thursday, April 2, CBS-2/KCAL-9, iHeartRadio ...
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Sacramento Farmers Markets Make Adjustments To Ensure Social Distancing

ROSEVILLE (CBS13) — The produce aisles of Denio’s Farmers Market in Roseville look at little different these days. In fact, those are the only aisles customers can shop at all while social distancing. “We have signage up that asks the customers ‘do not touch what you don’t buy.’ They’ve done really well with coming out trying to stay that six feet away from each other,” Adrian Acosta, assistant operations manager at Denio’s, said. The market is also open seven days a week to cut down on large cr...
Tags: News, California, Local, Seen On, Sacramento, Los Angeles, Davis, Roseville, Farmers Markets, Farmers Market, Acosta, Jacobo, Sippola, DENIO, Coronavirus, Davis Farmers' Market


Ex-USC official to plead guilty in college admissions fraud case

A former USC admissions official accused of accepting thousands of dollars in payments to ensure graduate-school admission for unqualified international students has agreed to plead guilty to a federal wire fraud charge, the U.S. Attorney’s Office announced Wednesday. Hiu Kit David Chong admitted in his plea agreement that he falsified applicants’ admission packets with doctored college transcripts, phony letters of recommendation and fraudulent personal statements, according to federal prosecut...
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Ex-USC official to plead guilty in college admissions fraud case, prosecutors say

A former USC admissions official accused of accepting thousands of dollars in payments to ensure graduate-school admission for unqualified international students has agreed to plead guilty to a federal wire fraud charge, the U.S. Attorney’s Office announced Wednesday. Hiu Kit David Chong admitted in his plea agreement that he falsified applicants’ admission packets with doctored college transcripts, phony letters of recommendation and fraudulent personal statements, according to federal prosecut...
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Trump says federal stockpile of protective equipment nearly empty – as it happened

Trump uses briefing to issue warnings over drug cartels and IranFlorida, Georgia and Mississippi issue stay-home ordersPence: ‘Italy may be most comparable to the US at this pointTrump’s media assault rages in midst of coronavirus crisisUS officials predict up to 240,000 US coronavirus deathsSee all our coronavirus coverage 1.03am BST 12.51am BST The Pentagon is looking into sourcing and providing as many as 100,000 military-style body bags for civilian use, according to Bloomberg News....
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Washington State Commandeers Bankrupt Rural Hospital

Washington state officials took control of a recently bankrupt rural hospital to create additional capacity amid the COVID-19 pandemic, as dwindling numbers of rural health care providers brace to face the crisis. Though the hospital ceased operating due to its bankruptcy in early January, the takeover highlights the risk that rural America faces after a decade of hospital closures in sparsely populated regions around the country. The state government moved in federal bankruptcy court on Mond...
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Rams’ Austin Blythe has lost free-agent teammates, but not his optimism

The medium was unusual. The message, coming from a Rams player, was familiar. Offensive lineman Austin Blythe spoke from his house in Williamsburg, Iowa, in a video-stream press conference Wednesday, the Zoom hookup replacing the customary in-person appearance by a newly re-signed free agent. Blythe said he has enjoyed the forced time at home with his wife, Kylie, and their 3-year-old son and 3-month-old daughter, and has been able to improvise a workout routine using the weight rack and treadmi...
Tags: Sports, NFL, Los Angeles, Atlanta, Sport, Soccer, Iowa, Dallas Cowboys, Todd Gurley, Gurley, Ravens, Clay Matthews, Todd, Kylie, Jared Goff, Los Angeles Rams


California appears to be flattening the curve. But its testing lags behind other states

The state’s testing delays have limited understanding of the outbreak and hindered containment * Coronavirus – latest US updates * Coronavirus – latest global updates * See all our coronavirus coverageCalifornia has not seen the surge in coronavirus cases that have overwhelmed cities like New York and Detroit in the past week, which suggests that the state’s early and restrictive shelter-in-place orders could be slowing the virus’ spread. But experts say delays in testing have limited the u...
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Mask Or No Mask? California Officials’ Directives Conflict

LOS ANGELES (AP) — One of California’s largest counties is recommending all residents wear face masks to combat the coronavirus, but Gov. Gavin Newsom isn’t ready to take that idea statewide, focusing instead Wednesday on keeping people inside and adding thousands more hospital beds than previously stated. Newsom now projects needing 66,000 more hospital beds for the anticipated peak of cases in late May — 16,000 more than his prior projections. Newsom was expected to release guidelines for mask...
Tags: California, Los Angeles, Ap, Kaiser, Riverside County, Gavin Newsom, Department of Health and Human Services, Johns Hopkins University, Cameron Kaiser, Newsom, Tony Thurmond, Mark Ghaly


San Pedro hotel will house homeless people older than 65 during coronavirus pandemic

Los Angeles County officials are scheduled to do a walkthrough of San Pedro Sunrise Hotel Thursday, April 2, as plans move quickly to convert the facility’s 103 rooms for use during the coronavirus crisis. The hotel, 525 S. Harbor Blvd., will house people over the age of 65 who have been living on the street, according to Los Angeles City Councilman Joe Buscaino. “We’ll provide them with a safe place, a room, a shower,” said Buscaino, who announced the agreement with the hotel owners last week. ...
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Gun background checks smash records amid coronavirus fears

Background checks required to buy firearms have spiked to record numbers in the past month, fueled by a run on guns from Americans panicked about their safety during the coronavirus crisis.According to figures from the FBI, there were 3.7 million background checks done in March — the most for a single month since the system began in 1998. It eclipsed the previous record, set in December 2015, when 3.3 million checks were conducted.Background checks are the key barometer of gun sales, but the FBI...
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Foreclosure activity hits lowest point in 15 years

There were a total of 48,004 properties with foreclosure filings in February 2020, the lowest number since Attom began tracking the data in April 2005.
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Was coronavirus in L.A. in February? Researchers say probably yes

Chances are the new coronavirus was circulating in Los Angeles weeks before health officials started testing and keeping track of confirmed cases in early March, according to a new new medical report. Los Angeles County officials have acknowledged that the respiratory disease COVID-19 likely hit the region earlier than initially thought and many people have suspected they already had the coronavirus. But now, a report this week in the Journal of American Medical Association backs up the assertio...
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Official Trailer for 'LA Originals' Doc About Chicano Hip Hop Culture

"And the more we hung out, the more we just started building on ideas of things that we could do to make money that weren't illegal." And with that, they built an empire. Netflix has unveiled an official trailer for a documentary called LA Originals, a film marking the feature directorial debut of renowned photographer / entrepreneur Estevan Oriol. The doc film is an exploration of the culture and landmarks of the chicano and street art movement that cemented Mister Cartoon and Estevan Oriol...
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Ayda Field shares hilarious self-isolation post – and we relate so much

Ayda Field is currently self-isolating with her family in Los Angeles, and on Wednesday,...
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A top TikTok influencer was shopping for a $15,000-per-month 'collab house' but his plan is now on hold. Here's how he's preparing to launch when it's safe.

TikTok star Josh Sadowski, who has 4 million followers and manages 11 other creators, is planning to launch a creator collab house for his group. Collab groups and houses, like Sway LA or Hype House, are a popular trend among TikTok influencers, and a way for these stars to create content together. Sadowski is looking to rent an LA-based place once it's safe to do so, and this place will be home to him and three other influencers he manages. Sadowski spoke with Business Insider about what the ...
Tags: Rihanna, La, Los Angeles, Trends, Missouri, Ken Burns, Business Insider, Bel Air, Collab, David Dobrik, Sadowski, Thomas Petrou, Sway House, Sway LA, Brittany Broski, Josh Sadowski