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Mayor’s ‘cheat sheet’: How LA County’s restrictions would change under state order

Los Angeles County residents can still go to the nail and hair salons, but likely not for long with the Southern California region expected to undergo the state’s even stricter stay-at-home rules. Most activity that isn’t considered essential have already been restricted under a county order — that was reaffirmed in a city order — so it may be difficult to discern what further restrictions the state rules would bring, if ICU capacity dips below a certain threshold. Probably sensing that many Ang...
Tags: Health, Business, News, Education, Los Angeles, Sport, Soccer, Community, Disneyland, Eric Garcetti, Southern California, Los Angeles County, LA County, Disney Vacation Club, Top Stories LADN, Top Stories IVDB


LA County unveils coronavirus test-at-home program

Los Angeles County on Friday, Dec. 4, officially began a pilot at-home COVID-19 testing program aimed at providing easier access to tests for select residents. The program, which was previewed earlier this week by health officials, will be offered through Jan. 15 in an effort to increase access to testing over the holiday season. “As the surge in cases and hospitalizations continues, L.A. County is trying innovative ways to meet the testing demand and stem the community spread of the virus,” Dr....
Tags: Health, Business, News, Education, Government, Sport, Soccer, Food And Drug Administration, Community, Disneyland, Los Angeles County, LA County, Department of Health Services, Disney Vacation Club, Top Stories LADN, Top Stories IVDB


After another record coronavirus day for LA County, new coronavirus shutdown likely triggered

Los Angeles County, along with the rest of Southern California, will likely have to close salons, museums and tattoo shops, and impose further business restrictions sometime Sunday, after Southern California’s intensive-care bed capacity fell below 15% on Friday, Dec. 4, triggering a new statewide stay-at-home order on the same day the county once again broke its record for new single-day cases. Southern California’s intensive care unit bed capacity dipped to 13.1%, state health officials report...
Tags: Health, Business, News, Education, California, Government, Sport, Soccer, Community, Pfizer, Gavin Newsom, Southern California, Los Angeles County, Torrance, Barger, LA County


Southern California, including LA County, falls below 15% ICU bed capacity threshold, triggers new coronavirus shutdown

Los Angeles County, along with the rest of Southern California, will have to close salons, museums and tattoo shops, and impose further business restrictions by Sunday afternoon, after Southern California’s intensive-care bed capacity fell below 15% on Friday, Dec. 4, triggering a new statewide stay-at-home order on the same day the county once again broke its record for new single-day cases. Southern California’s intensive care unit bed capacity dipped to 13.1%, state health officials reported ...
Tags: Health, Business, News, Education, California, Government, Sport, Soccer, Community, Pfizer, Gavin Newsom, Southern California, Los Angeles County, Torrance, Barger, LA County


L.A. County breaks coronavirus case record for third time this week

Los Angeles County reported 8,860 new coronavirus cases on Friday, Dec. 4, breaking for the third time this week the all-time high for cases reported in a single day — foreshadowing yet again a dark winter ahead in the relentless pandemic. An additional 60 deaths were also reported Friday, as the region braced for renewed stay-at-home orders dictated by the state based on intensive care unit bed capacity. As of 5:30 p.m. Friday, the state had not posted an updated index. A total of 7,842 people ...
Tags: Health, Business, News, Education, California, Government, Sport, Soccer, Community, Pfizer, Disneyland, Gavin Newsom, Southern California, Los Angeles County, Torrance, Barger


Ski Fashion: 25+ Must Have Clothing Items for a Ski Weekend

Make the slopes your runway in these ski fashion picks.
Tags: Winter, College, Sports, Fashion Tips, Winter Fashion


When your institution has a less than 1% hiring rate for Black residents

The other day I was in the main hallway outside of our radiology reading rooms, which is lined with picture frames of all the residency senior classes dating back to the 1980s. I’m new to the institution, so it was nice to see all the prior residents. I found myself wondering what they were up […] Find jobs at Careers by KevinMD.com. Search thousands of physician, PA, NP, and CRNA jobs now. Learn more.
Tags: Health, Education, PA NP, Radiology, Public Health & Policy, CRNA


January Deadline for the Royal Academy of Arts’ Executive Master in Cultural Leadership

The Royal Academy of Arts’ Executive Master in Cultural Leadership is designed for professionals from any industry and provides a 360 degree view of the arts and culture sectors. Developed jointly by the RA and Maastricht University, the unique programme allows participants to meet and learn from leading cultural professionals, academics and world-class practitioners.Accepting applications for 2021 intake until 15 January 2021.Find out moreroy.ac/[email protected] ...
Tags: Art, Education, Maastricht University, Royal Academy of Arts ' Executive Master


Why Humans Are Obsessed with Cats

https://www.youtube.com/watch?v=8ZgjNeXXTjU A house cat is not really a fur baby, but it is something rather more remarkable: a tiny conquistador with the whole planet at its feet —Abigail Tucker As part of its Annals of Obsession video series, The New Yorker invited science journalist Abigail Tucker, author of The Lion in the Living Room, to reflect on “how felines took over the Internet, our homes, and our lives.” It goes without saying that cats and humans have co-existed for a very l...
Tags: Google, Science, Biology, College, Life, New York City, History, Nature, K-12, House, Vikings, Facebook Twitter, Tucker, Toxoplasma, Simon Schuster Audio, Greg Kotis


Which Business Niches Will Boom in the Post-COVID Landscape?

There’s no question that the world is changing. The phrase “new normal” has been exhausted over the past few months. So while we’ll spare you from using this phraseology, this much we do know: the business world is about to make a massive shift, and the entrepreneurs who are ready to embrace it will win big. The changing face of business Even after this virus is neutralized and COVID-19 becomes a painful chapter in the history books, the effects of the pandemic will continue to influence the c...
Tags: Education, Youtube, Sales, Business Ideas, Business Opportunities, Recreation, E-learning, Larry Alton, Starting A Business, Sports & Leisure, Key Lessons for Entrepreneurs Starting A Business, At-home Fitness, Box Subscription Services, Pedal Pub Party


Samuel Paty: French security services failed to act over incendiary social media campaign

Headteacher raised concerns before beheading of teacher who discussed Charlie Hebdo cartoons, inspectors findFrench security services failed to appreciate the gravity of the defamatory campaign on social media against the teacher Samuel Paty before his murder, an inspectors’ report has found.Despite the school’s headteacher reporting concerns about increasingly incendiary posts targeting the history and geography teacher on Facebook and Twitter, intelligence officials underestimated the risk. Co...
Tags: Facebook, Europe, Education, France, Social Media, World news, Schools, Charlie Hebdo, Samuel Paty


Coupons & Sales: Up to $25 Off at Sephora, 30% off Adidas, 60% off PLT, & More

Here's where to save on beauty and fashion this weekend.
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Watch “Jackson Pollock 51,” a Historic Short Film That Captures Pollock Creating Abstract Expressionist Art on a Sheet of Glass

https://www.youtube.com/watch?v=6cgBvpjwOGo Jackson Pollock was described as an “action painter,” a label that surely wouldn’t have stuck if the public never had the chance to see him in action. In that sense, only the era of photography could have produced an artist like him: not just because that technology pushed painting toward abstraction, but because it could disseminate images of the artist himself far and wide. One photographer did more for this cause than any other: the German-b...
Tags: Google, Art, Facebook, Film, College, New York Times, Cia, Seoul, Boxer, Jackson Pollock, Moma, Facebook Twitter, Pollock, Colin Marshall, Clement Greenberg, Hans Namuth


Help us prevent Covid creating a lost generation of young people | Katharine Viner

Life chances are in danger of being blighted by the pandemic. That’s why young people are at the heart of our charity appeal this yearPlease donate to our appeal hereIn a year of blight, uncertainty and lives interrupted, 21-year-old Aadam Patel’s experience of the pandemic will resonate among many young people and their families: “I have pressed pause on my life,” he told the Guardian in October, “and although I’m dying to resume it, I don’t even know if there’s a play button there any more.”Ge...
Tags: Education, Children, Society, UK News, Poverty, Social exclusion, Social Care, Young People, Katharine Viner, Coronavirus, COVID, Aadam Patel


One of the Greatest Dances Sequences Ever Captured on Film Gets Restored in Color by AI: Watch the Classic Scene from Stormy Weather

It really is a wonder, knowing what we know about the history of racism and discrimination in Hollywood and America in general, that the musical Stormy Weather even got made in 1943. Along with one other similar film Cabin in the Sky, it’s one of the few American musicals of the 20th century with an all-Black cast, top billing and all. And what a cast, just some of the most talented artists of their time: Bojangles Robinson, Lena Horne, Fats Waller, Cab Calloway, and the Nicholas Brothers star....
Tags: Google, Music, New York, Hollywood, Film, College, America, Dance, Philadelphia, Harlem, Harold, Facebook Twitter, Betty Boop, Samuel Goldwyn, KCRW, Nicholas Brothers


A Look into the Wondrous Life & Expansive Work of the Late Jan Morris, Who Wrote the Entire World

https://www.youtube.com/watch?v=mgf-zESxLQU Jan Morris spent her long life and career writing about the world. Her voluminous body of work includes books about countries like Spain, the United States, and her ancestral homeland of Wales; cities like Oxford, Trieste, and Sydney; and even city-states like Hong Kong and her beloved (if sometimes resented) Venice. And yet, as she declared on CBS Sunday Morning twenty years ago, “I hate being called a travel writer, and I don’t believe I am o...
Tags: Travel, Google, Facebook, Hong Kong, Books, Wales, College, Spain, Earth, Bbc, United States, Sydney, Cbs, Venice, Seoul, Jan Morris



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