L.A. County’s first priority will be second-dose COVID vaccinations this week

If you’re looking to get your second coronavirus vaccination this week, you’re Los Angeles County’s first priority. Appointments for first doses, meanwhile, may be difficult to come by. At the county-operated large-scale vaccination sites, only a limited number of first doses will be administered Monday, Feb. 8; the rest of the week’s mega-site appointments will be reserved solely for people in need of their second dose of the medication. Meanwhile, the county on Sunday, Feb. 7, cleared another ...
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Déjà vu as time runs out for schools to get PPE

The scenes from last year, when learners finally returned to school after the hard lockdown, are about to play themselves out again The post Déjà vu as time runs out for schools to get PPE appeared first on The Mail & Guardian.
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Little Kid Merrily Grooves to ZZ Top While Waiting for the Bus A musician in Vancouver, British Columbia took to the streets and busked some ZZ Top, much to the delight of a young child waiting for the bus. From the moment he starts playing “La Grange,” the child bops up and down, then twirls in a circle, losing herself in the song. On YouTube he writes, “I don’t often see this, but when it happens it’s always 99% kids that are doing it. Before they become jaded (age 8), they still have that spontaneous sp...
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Their scores of stitches result in miles of smiles

Listen up all you Karens complaining about how bored you are even with the stay-at-home pandemic order partially lifted this week. The “poor me” attitude isn’t playing well with the ladies of the Kiwanis Club of Simi Valley. “Why don’t you use the time to look at other people who need your help, and help them?” says Nellann Wilson, past president of the club, sitting at her old Singer sewing machine this week with her husband, Harry, and a bagful of cotton. Wilson and her “action team” of other ...
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35+ Must-Have 2021 Fashion Trends

New year, new trends!
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I'm reading in The New Yorker. Isaac Chotiner interviews the head of the San Francisco Board of Education, Gabriela López, whose evasive style of speech would be comical if it weren't so sad:The mayor of the city, London Breed, released a statement saying, “What I cannot understand is why the school board is advancing a plan of all these schools renamed by April when there isn’t a plan to have our kids back in the classroom by then.” What’s your response to that? I know that when it comes to s...
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