LA County to remain in orange tier as case rates slightly increase this week

Vaccine-seekers wait in line at Cal State Los Angeles on Tuesday, April 13, the day the site shifted operations from FEMA to the City of Los Angeles. Photo: Mark McGreal Darlene Toledo waited in line at CSULA to get the first of her COVID-19 vaccinein Los Angeles on Tuesday, April 13, 2021. (Photo by Brittany Murray, Press-Telegram/SCNG) Sound The gallery will resume in seconds Hundreds wait in line for COVID-19 vaccine shots in a parking garage Tuesday, April 13, 2021, at Cal S...
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These 6 jobs make over $90k a year and are expected to grow the fastest by 2029. Here are the online master's degrees and certificates that can help you land one of them.

If you buy through our links, we may earn money from affiliate partners. Learn more. Alyssa Powell/Insider By 2029, jobs in nursing, data science, and cybersecurity are expected to grow faster than average. Below are online master's degrees that can help you land roles that earn over $90k on average. Also included are programs from edX and Coursera, which provide certificates and college credits. According to the Bureau of Labor, some of the fastest-growing - and best-paying - jobs ...
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Harvard’s Digital Giza Project Lets You Access the Largest Online Archive on the Egyptian Pyramids (Including a 3D Giza Tour)

Nothing excites the imagination of young history-and-science-minded kids like the Egyptian pyramids, which is maybe why so many people grow up into amateur Egyptologists with very strong opinions about the pyramids. For such people, access to the highest quality information seems critical for their online debates. For professional academics and serious students of ancient Egypt such access is critical to doing their work properly. All lovers and students of ancient Egypt will find what t...
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The Decay of Cinema: Susan Sontag, Martin Scorsese & Their Lamentations on the Decline of Cinema Explored in a New Video Essay

This deep into the coronavirus pandemic, how many cinephiles haven’t yet got word of the bankruptcy or shuttering of a favorite movie theater? Though the coronavirus hasn’t quite killed filmgoing dead — at least not everywhere in the world — the culture of cinema itself had been showing signs of ill health long before any of us had heard the words “social distancing.” The previous plague, in the view of Martin Scorsese, was the Hollywood superhero-franchise blockbuster. “That’s not cinem...
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School’s in: Day finally arrives for LAUSD to reopen its first wave of campuses

More than a year after abruptly shuttering campuses in response to the coronavirus pandemic, the nation’s second-largest school district is embarking on a new chapter by reopening its first schools on Tuesday, April 13. Sixty-one elementary schools and 11 early education centers will welcome some of Los Angeles Unified’s youngest learners to campus this morning. For some, it has been more than 400 days since they last stepped foot in a school building. For others, this will be their first time i...
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31 page-turning memoirs to read in your lifetime, from searing essay collections to celebrity bestsellers

If you buy through our links, we may earn money from affiliate partners. Learn more. Amazon; Alyssa Powell/Insider Memoirs are the most personal account of nonfiction events. They give readers an engaging narrative that navigates historical hardships or personal triumph. The memoirs in this list were chosen for their unique stories and writing style. Memoirs are hugely popular as readers gravitate towards the personal lens of real events, with the best ones almost reading like fiction. ...
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15 online classes and books to help you transition your career and build a path to success

If you buy through our links, we may earn money from affiliate partners. Learn more. Alyssa Powell/Business Insider Finding your ideal career path or job transition can take some time. Online courses and books can help you find an in-demand, well-paying role that also excites you. Below are 15 resources to help you take steps towards a career transition or improve a current job. A few years ago, I was having what some call a quarter-life crisis that didn't feel like a crisis. I was ...
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How to Dress to Stay Warm in the Mornings but Cool in the Afternoons

These outfits are perfect for warm or cool weather.
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Buckminster Fuller, Isaac Asimov & Other Futurists Make Predictions About the 21st Century in 1967: What They Got Right & Wrong

Why bother with reason and evidence to make predictions when you can put your faith in a chance roll of the dice? These two methods could be said to represent the vastly divergent ways of science and superstition, two realms that rarely intersect except, perhaps, when it comes to fortune-telling — or, in the argot of the 20th century’s soothsayers, “Futurism,” where predictions seem to rely as much on wishful thinking as they do on intuition and intellect. In the 1967 short documentary f...
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