Los Angeles Coronavirus Covid-19 news

California Seems to Be Dodging a COVID Surge

» California appears to be dodging the current COVID-19 surge that is spreading elsewhere in the U.S. Experts warn that could…

Local Music Venues Are in Scrabbling to Hang On Until Relief Comes

» Local music venues and performance spaces say they’re facing a “doomsday scenario” without pandemic relief. Business owners still hope for…

Fleurs et Sel Cookies to Pop Up at The Grove This Weekend

The height of a pandemic might seem like a risky time to start a small business, but for Lara Adekoya,…

Theme Park Reopening Guidelines Issued for California

California theme parks have been begging the state to issue a roadmap for them to reopen for months. And, some…

As the Pandemic Continues, Angelenos Are Finding Reprieve at the End of a Fishing Pole

Nick Jackson ties a lure on his line, then casts it into the Marina del Rey channel. Dressed for comfort,…

China Is Now the World’s Biggest Movie Ticket Market

» China is officially the world’s biggest movie ticket market. Analysts have been predicting China’s overtaking of the North American box…

He Was Struck with Projectiles at a BLM Rally. He Says His LAPD Officer Uncle Was Involved

Coronavirus aside, one L.A. family is in for a super awkward Thanksgiving dinner—and not for the reasons we usually think…

Ready to Love Cooking Again? Make Delicious Plant-Based Meals with Simple Feast Los Angeles Magazine

At first, quarantine felt like an exciting challenge. But after seven months at home, each day feels strangely similar to…

City Council Approves Plan for Unarmed 911 Crisis Response

» The L.A. City Council has unanimously approved a plan to send specialized, unarmed crisis responders to some non-violent 911…

How Quickly will L.A.’s Booming Coffee Shop Culture Bounce Back?

For many locals, coffee shops are more than places to fulfill a caffeine fix—they’re meeting spaces, offices, and casual date…