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LAUSD has safety measures in place, but much work remains before return to campus

Long before public health officials announced this week that elementary schools in Los Angeles County can finally reopen because the county’s daily rate of new COVID-19 cases has fallen low enough to meet reopening standards, officials in the Los Angeles Unified School District had submitted its plan for bringing students back to campus to the state and county. And it’s already prepared its schools for the eventual return of students and staff by purchasing personal protective equipment, install...
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For a family devastated by COVID-19, Mariachi serenade provides a moment of hope

Patty Trejo wanted some way to let her husband, Joe Trejo, know that she’s with him even as he breathes through a ventilator. So she turned to music. Trejo hired a mariachi band to serenade him outside Providence St. Jude Medical Center in Fullerton.  And on Monday, Feb. 15, inside his room in the hospital’s intensive care unit, their song “La Mano de Dios” (The Hand of God) was streamed live via a cell phone. Joe Trejo, in a medically induced coma as he struggles with COVID-19, heard the song, ...
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Photos: Humans welcomed back to L.A. Zoo

Meerkats watching visitors at the zoo on Tuesday morning. The Los Angeles Zoo reopened to the public today, February 16, 2021, with visitors being encouraged to stay six feet or “a zebra apart” — to help prevent the spread of coronavirus. Zoo officials have modified the zoo experience to make it safer for guests and conform to the Los Angeles County Department of Public Health’s safety protocols. (Photo by Dean Musgrove, Los Angeles Daily News/SCNG) The Los Angeles Zoo reopened to the publi...
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To Fight Climate Change, Should Green Investors Reconsider Big Oil?

Sustainability funds eschew some of the biggest backers of green technology: oil companies. Research by Lauren Cohen offers reasons to reconsider the role of traditional energy companies in addressing climate change. [Author: by Kristen Senz]
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Coronavirus: Schools line up to reopen as LA County lays out the path

With coronavirus case rates in Los Angeles County now below a level deemed acceptable by the state to open grade schools, students at close to 300 elementary school were poised to get back to class and hundreds more schools could open in a matter of weeks. Average daily case rates in L.A. County reached 20 per 100,000 people as of Tuesday, officially falling below the state’s threshold of 25 cases per 100,000 to open schools grades Pre-Kindergarten to 6th Grade. For those schools that do reopen,...
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Cal State LA hosts first federally supported coronavirus mass vaccine site – with many more to come

A massive COVID-19 vaccination site opened at Cal State Los Angeles on Tuesday, where Gov. Gavin Newsom and a slate of military, federal and local leaders ushered in the first of what is expected to be 100 such sites across the nation — all of them federally supported and state-managed. Newsom declared the sprawling campus maxi-center a significant step toward assuring equity in delivering the vaccines, determinedly placed amid a hot zone for COVID-19 surrounded by multiple densely populated com...
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Smaller districts in and around San Fernando Valley eager for in-person schooling

Smaller districts in and around the San Fernando Valley swiftly announced on Tuesday, Feb. 16, their plans to return to campus after learning that Los Angeles County had cleared the state’s coronavirus threshold. County health officials announced elementary schools would be permitted to reopen for in-class instruction in transitional kindergarten to sixth grades Monday, Feb. 15, which means schools could see those students on campus as early as this week. The state’s tiered coronavirus assessmen...
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According to a career coach, these are the top skills that can advance your career - and the 16 online courses you can take to get them

When you buy through our links, we may earn money from our affiliate partners. Learn more. Alyssa Powell/Business Insider We asked a certified professional career coach at TopResume about the skills that can help advance your career.From strengthening writing skills to mastering public speaking, learning new soft skills has never been more accessible or convenient, thanks to e-learning courses. like edX, Udemy, and Coursera offer high-quality, low-cost classes taught by experienced prof...
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Paul Simon Tells the Story of How He Wrote “Bridge Over Troubled Water” (1970)

It takes a certain amount of hubris to write a song like “Bridge Over Troubled Water”—to write, that is, a secular hymn, a non-religious gospel hit for burned-out sixties’ folkies. Maybe only a tragic flaw could inspire a composer “coming off the back of four hit albums and two number one singles in four years” to soothe the disaffection of down-and-out Americans who could see the bottom from where they stood in 1969, a year notorious for its cultural disaffection and political gloom. Pa...
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Join the Women of Publishing webinar series

With our third annual 2021 Women of Publishing Leadership Series, we're eager to accelerate the growth of women-led small-medium publishing businesses and create an international community. The annual program registration is now open, so apply by Sunday, March 7 to join us for our exclusive livestream sessions.  What you can expect On March 16, the Women of Publishing Leadership Series is bringing together female entrepreneurs and leaders, who have successfully funded their passions through ...
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Alfred Hitchcock Meets Jorge Luis Borges Borges in Cold War America: Watch Double Take (2009) Free Online

In 1962, while shooting The Birds, Alfred Hitchcock gets a phone call. Or rather, he’s informed of a phone call, but when he makes his way off set he finds not a call but a real live caller, and a thoroughly unexpected one at that: himself, eighteen years older. Beneath this encounter — in a room the London-born, Los Angeles-resident Hitchcock recognizes as a hybrid of Chasen‘s and Claridge‘s — runs a current of existential tension. This owes not just to the imaginable reasons, but also to ...
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Slow responses more likely to be perceived as lies, study finds

Research could have implications for scenarios from job interviews to court trials, say psychologistsThe longer a person takes to respond to a question the more likely it is they will be perceived as lying – whether it is a question about a crime or a friend’s baking skills. Beyond volume, tenor and the pitch of an answer, response time also appears to play a role in the way people perceive the sincerity of answers, psychologists have found. Continue reading...
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The Top 15 Prettiest Perfume Bottles to Add to Your Collection

These perfumes are beautiful on the outside AND the inside.
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Archaeologists Find the Earliest Work of “Abstract Art,” Dating Back 73,000 Years

Image by C. Foster Art, as we understand the term, is an activity unique to homo sapiens and perhaps some of our early hominid cousins. This much we know. But the matter of when early humans began making art is less certain. Until recently, it was thought that the earliest prehistoric art dated back some 40,000 years, to cave drawings found in Indonesia and Spain. Not coincidentally, this is also when archaeologists believed early humans mastered symbolic thought. New finds, however, have shift...
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Travel from Rotterdam to Amsterdam in 10 Minutes by Boat: A 4k Timelapse

In 2013, traveled from Rotterdam to Amsterdam, with a timelapse camera installed 30 meters high. The resulting film “gives a unique and stunning view of the old Dutch waterways, in 4K.” And lots of bridges along the way. All images were shot with a Canon 550d at an interval of 3 seconds. 30,000 pictures were taken in total. Initially, “the film couldn’t be published due to restrictions. After a few years it was forgotten.” But now it has been resurrected, and it’s online. Would you li...
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25-year LASD veteran dies from COVID-19

A 25-year veteran Los Angeles County Sheriff’s deputy and school resource officer died after battling COVID-19, the Sheriff’s Department reported Monday. Pedro Romo died on Sunday, Feb. 14, from a COVID-19 related illness. Our @LASDHQ family received sorrowful news. Deputy Pedro Romo, a 25yr veteran of #LASD, passed away yesterday from a COVID related illness. He transferred to @SCVSheriff in 2004 & has been Valencia High School's SRO for the last 13yrs. Please keep his loved ones in your p...
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