Restaurants must designate a COVID-19 supervisor responsible for ensuring its health and safety plan and social distancing are followed. The supervisor must always be present during business hours. Restaurants that open for outdoor dining are also required to provide curbside pickup, takeaway, or delivery options. … [Read more...] about San Carlos Approves Plan To Open Up Streets For Dining, Retail
There are 334,916 Negroes among the city's 2,479,015 residents, or about 12 per cent of the population. Except for pockets in the San Fernando Valley, most of the city's Negroes are in the area from Watts, southeast of Los Angeles, stretching west almost to the sea. There are other areas of Negro population in suburban Long Beach and Pasadena. … [Read more...] about AP Was There: Watts riots erupt in Black LA neighborhood
Other than (maybe, possibly) contributing to a culture of buzzed caregivers, there are some practical issues with serving liquor at a facility designed for children. Alcohol is not known to bring out the best in all of us. There’s a reason bars have bouncers. Booze lowers our inhibitions, inhibitions that might keep us from screaming, fighting, crashing cars, improperly monitoring minors, causing general drama, texting ex-partners, and taunting animals (RIP Tatiana). Let’s please hold on to our inhibitions when caring for children in a public setting with other children. This is not too much to ask. This is the bare minimum. … [Read more...] about Cocktails at the zoo a trend in parenting?
The appeal of beach or mountain towns with built-in cultural amenities is obvious, which is why they've historically drawn tourists and college students. But a limiting factor for economic development and home prices has always been that there weren't many high paying jobs available. Virtual work changes that by allowing people to bring their jobs with them, creating the potential to reshape these communities, making them less reliant on transients. … [Read more...] about Booming ‘zoom towns’ should ease city housing costs
“I would say, even though I didn’t know them in 1965, those people didn’t lose their lives in order for someone to grow up in Watts and not create and make a better place for the next generation," he said. “What you have seen, my God, even in 2020 where people feel disenfranchised, marginalized, feel like they’ve been pushed aside and left for dead, been invisible, their voices have not been elevated to the point where change is effective.” … [Read more...] about 55 years after riots, Watts neighborhood still bears scars