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Thrive Health Lab keeps clients moving with virtual workouts

By Darlene Donloe Contributing Writer VIEW PARK — When gyms and fitness centers were forced to close last March due to the coronavirus epidemic, people who...

Eased outdoor dining restrictions welcomed news in Inglewood

By 2UrbanGirls Contributing Writer INGLEWOOD — Gov. Gavin Newsom has loosened COVID-19 restrictions and moved the state back into a tiered system, allowing many industries to...

County explains disbursement of business relief funds

By Alfredo Santana Contributing Writer LOS ANGELES — The county has distributed nearly $100 million in grants to small, micro and nonprofit businesses that have been...

The Standard closes its West Hollywood hotel

By Juliet Bennett Rylah Contributing Writer WEST HOLLYWOOD — After more than two decades on the Sunset Strip, The Standard hotel in West Hollywood closed permanently...

High Fidelity Records provides music for the ears

By Darlene Donloe Contributing Writer WEST ADAMS — COVID-19 can’t stop the music. While some record stores in Los Angeles have had to close their doors, there...

Musso & Frank launches employee relief fund

Wave Wire Services HOLLYWOOD — Musso Frank Grill has launched an employee relief fund to help cover health insurance and other living expenses of its...

Paycheck protection loans help small businesses survive

By Alfredo Santana Contributing Writer HIGHLAND PARK — At the onset of the coronavirus pandemic last April, Antigua Bread’s owners Dennis and Miguel Hernandez shuffled from...

Local cafe provides free meals to homebound seniors

By Darlene Donloe Contributing Writer LEIMERT PARK — When COVID-19 unraveled Los Angeles in March, forcing a “Safer at Home” edict from the mayor’s office, instead...

Restaurant owners critical of latest county shutdown

Wave Wire Services WEST HOLLYWOOD — City officials and local restaurant operators lashed out at the county’s decision to close restaurants to dine-in service Nov....

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