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LAUSD reopens playgrounds at elementary, early education campuses

Los Angeles Unified School District Superintendent Austin Beutner joins a kindergarten class at Kenter Canyon School in Brentwood to celebrate the reopening of playgrounds at early education centers and elementary schools across the district on Monday, May 3, 2021. Parents were upset to learn that the play structures were off limits when students first returned to school last month. (Photo by Sarah Reingewirtz, Los Angeles Daily News/SCNG) Custodian Fidel Alfaro sprays down Kenter Canyon Sch...
Tags: School, News, Education, Sport, Walgreens, Soccer, Lausd, Cvs, Brentwood, Sawyer, Knott, LA County, Los Angeles Unified School District, Berry Farm, Austin Beutner, Beutner

LA County reports no new coronavirus deaths again, although reporting lags contribute

Although the numbers are likely due to weekend reporting lags, Los Angeles County announced zero COVID-19 deaths for the second day in a row on Monday, May 3, as the public health director expressed confidence the county will move up to the least-restrictive tier of the economic-reopening blueprint this week. COVID-19 case and death numbers are traditionally low on Sundays and Mondays as a result of delays in reporting from the weekend, but the back-to-back days of zero deaths still offered a gl...
Tags: Health, News, Education, La, Government, Environment, Sport, Walgreens, Public Health, Soccer, Community, Cvs, Los Angeles County, Ferrer, Knott, LA County

Q&A: LA Public Health’s Dr. Prabhu Goudner optimistic about nursing homes, 1 year into pandemic

A year ago, the novel coronavirus began wreaking havoc in Los Angeles County’s roughly 400 nursing homes. Los Angeles County Public Health Department’s Dr. Prabhu Gounder, a physician who helps oversee COVID-19 outbreak response in nursing homes. Courtesy photo As the COVID-19 case and death toll mounted, public health officials struggled to contain the damage in facilities that were often plagued with long-standing staffing and infection control issues. Los Angeles Daily News contributor Br...
Tags: News, Community, Coronavirus, Coronavirus vaccine, Education, Health, Seniors, Top Stories Breeze, Top Stories IVDB, Top Stories LADN, Top Stories LBPT, Top Stories PSN, Top Stories SGVT, Top Stories WDN

Analysis of proposed LA city ‘hero pay’ measure warns of possible layoffs, higher costs

Los Angeles city officials, weighing a potential mandate on grocery stores to provide “hero pay” increases to essential workers, have released a 21-page analysis of the potential economic impacts. The assessment concluded that it could lead to higher pay for workers that could be funneled back into a recovering  economy — but it also warned of potential layoffs or reductions to employee work hours. Struggling grocers, particularly independent shops, could be under more pressure and could even cl...
Tags: Health, Business, News, Education, La, Government, Los Angeles, City, Sport, Walgreens, Soccer, Long Beach, Community, Sam, Cvs, Kroger

My Homemade 2021 Planner + Free Printables!

Hello my friends and Happy New Year! I hope you and your loved ones are all safe and well. :-) As I announced yesterday on my Instagram and Facebook, I have posted links to all my 2021 planning sheets - at long last! I have them all pinned at the top of this page - which, you might have noticed, has gotten a bit of a makeover ... New year, new design! Anyhoo - my apologies for getting my planning sheets up so very late this year. My hope was to post the PDFs last weekend, but computer ...
Tags: Amazon, Facebook, Family, Instagram, Xerox, Office Supplies, Cvs, Homeschooling, Printables, Calendars & Planners, Living in Season, Papercrafting, Seasonal Planning, My Homemade Planner

Teachers grouped in ‘next phase’ of potential recipients for COVID-19 vaccine

Gov. Gavin Newsom announced on Monday, Dec. 28, that teachers are part of the group that could receive the next wave of the coronavirus vaccine in California’s distribution plan. Health care workers and first responders were the first Californians to receive the vaccine in a process dictated by state public health officials.  As more of their ranks are vaccinated locally, Newsom discussed the “next phase” of the roll out. Vaccinations were set to begin at nursing homes in California on Monday, N...
Tags: News, Education, California, Sport, Walgreens, Soccer, Local News, Cvs, Gavin Newsom, LA County, state Department of Public Health, Newsom, California Department of Education, Top Stories LADN, Top Stories OCR, Top Stories PE

With initial vaccines on the way, LA County tops 4,000 hospitalizations

As the number of Los Angeles County residents hospitalized with the coronavirus surpassed 4,000 for the first time, local health officials anticipated the arrival of the first wave of coronavirus vaccines, shipped Sunday, Dec. 13, from Pfizer’s Michigan complex. Confirmation that Southland health-care workers were likely to get their shots in the next couple of days helped blunt the latest rash of unnerving statistics — including 12,731 new COVID-19 cases and 29 new deaths — from the county’s De...
Tags: Health, Business, News, Education, California, Government, Paul Simon, Los Angeles, Sport, Walgreens, Soccer, Beverly Hills, Community, Michigan, Fda, Pfizer

More grim L.A. County numbers arrive as officials race to ship first wave of coronavirus vaccines Sunday

Officials vowed that millions of doses of anti-coronavirus vaccines would start rolling out across the nation on Sunday, Dec. 13, offering an echo of hope as Los Angeles County and state health officials Saturday weathered another swell of chilling pandemic statistics. While falling short of Friday’s record-shattering numbers, Los Angeles County officials nonetheless reported 11,476 new COVID-19 cases and 70 deaths, bringing the county’s totals to 512,872 and 8,269, respectively. The county’s fi...
Tags: Health, News, Education, California, Government, Sport, UPS, Walgreens, Soccer, Community, Fda, Associated Press, Pfizer, Cvs, Southern California, Ventura

How college students in swing state North Carolina are trying to convince their peers to vote for Biden or Trump

Julian Woods, a sophomore at NC A&T State, gets ready for a virtual meeting. Julian Woods The past several months of the pandemic, economic recession, police shootings, and anti-racism protests have prompted college voters to "really see what's at stake." Some college students are encouraging their Gen Z peers to vote through video calls, social media campaigns, phone banking — and for some young Republicans, even door-knocking. College students could be a key voting bloc in the election: ...
Tags: Politics, Voting, News, Activism, Minneapolis, College, Trends, College Students, Biden, North Carolina, Donald Trump, Cvs, Woods, Jain, Wilson, Trump

James Baldwin Talks About Racism in America & Civil Rights Activism on The Dick Cavett Show (1969)

There are many reasons, some quite literal, that it can be painful to talk about racism in the U.S. For one thing, it often seems that writers like W.E.B. Du Bois, Ida B. Wells, Angela Davis, Audre Lorde, or James Baldwin, have already confronted questions of racial violence without hedging or equivocation. Yet each time racist violence happens, there seems to be a decorous need in politics and media to pretend to be surprised by what's right in front of us, to pretend to have discovered...
Tags: Google, Politics, Television, College, New Orleans Saints, Drew Brees, America, History, Britain, Ronald Reagan, Npr, Dick Cavett, Gucci, Martin Luther King Jr, Cvs, Henry

7 Makeup Products I Use (Almost) Every Day

Just a regular girl and her everyday ~lewk~ I'm going to be super real with you for a second - I'm not the kind of girl who wakes up every morning and does her makeup before she heads out the door. As much as I love makeup (and trust me, I love makeup...just ask my makeup budget) I sleep more. And yoga. And breakfast. Most of the time, I'm doing my makeup on the go - either at my desk or in my (PARKED) car before I head into work. Which means that, after doing this for a couple of y...
Tags: Makeup, College, Lipstick, Cvs, Blush, Foundation, Brown, Dusk, Concealer, Beauty & Hair, Mascara, NARS Orgasm, Setting Spray

5 Manicure Kit Basics Every College Girl Needs to Keep Her Hands Looking Flawless

This is "hands-down" the only set of nail tools and items you'll ever need. Unsplash Colder weather is now upon us, and we've all had those moments where our hands are completely ragged and worn out by the cold. This time of year always reminds us to care for our hands (especially if you're like me and have knuckles that crack spontaneously in the cold), but your nails are just as important!Nail care might seem completely extra, time-consuming, and unnecessary, but it can go a long way to maki...
Tags: College, Nails, Cvs, OPI, Beauty & Hair, Nail Care, Nail, Manicure, Pedicure, Base coat, Top coat, Nail File, Sally Hansen Vitamin Nail, Cuticle Treatment Oil Nail

These 6 Classic Beauty Products Should be On Every College Girl's Vanity

They're our forever-favorites. Today, makeup, skincare, and beauty products are released practically every month in an effort to keep up with popular trends. This is all well and good, however trendy products can often be underwhelming in their performance and results. That's why we need our beauty classics.Sometimes, it's really the old favorites that prevail and maintain popularity through the onslaught of new makeup year after year. Here are some classic makeup and beauty products that have ...
Tags: Makeup, Mac, College, Dry Shampoo, Cvs, Foundation, Pantene, Revlon, Maybelline, Mac Cosmetics, Batiste, Beauty Products, Shampoo, Beauty & Hair, Eyeshadow, Colorstay

7 Things That Are Worth Splurging On

You worked hard for that paper - here's what's worth spending extra on. If you're working hard for your paper, it can be painful af to spend it, even on the stuff you KNOW you need to get; I still flinch when I see the total in the grocery store. So splurging on certain items (especially luxury items, like foundation and candles) can seem like a total waste of money. However, there are actually quite a few products that are worth the extra cash if you've got the extra cash to spend. A note: I a...
Tags: Kitchen, Money, Shopping, College, Shoes, Fragrance, Cvs, Skincare, Sephora, Wolf, Elizabeth, Foundation, Bergdorf Goodman, Jo Malone, Kat Von, Brooklinen

Makeup Inspiration from Disney Princesses Part III: The Modern Era

These ladies are definitely real modern marvels. Movie screenshots Welcome to Part III (and the final segment) of the "Makeup Inspiration from Disney Princesses" series! This series explores makeup looks inspired by three eras of Disney princesses. As a reminder, these are the three time periods that divide these fantastic ladies:The Classic Era (1937-1959)The Renaissance Era (1989-1998)The Modern Era (2009-Today)If you missed Part I: The Classic Disney Princesses and Part II: The Renaissance ...
Tags: Instagram, College, Disney, Walgreens, Brave, Disney Princess, Disney Princesses, Tangled, Cvs, Princess, Merida, Rapunzel, Tiana, Beauty & Hair, Maybelline Color Tattoo, The Princess And The Frog

A Late Winter's Tea ... (and a Winner!) ❤

Hello my friends, and Happy Friday! Goodness, is it ever a BEAUTIFUL day here in New England! The temperature, as I type up this post, has soared to a balmy 73 ° ... the sun is shining ... the birds are singing ... the snow is melting ... we even spied a chipmunk darting across the backyard! What a tease this weather is though, as I'm sure we still have plenty of winter ahead (March can be quite snowy in our parts!). Still, this is a lovely break - a fresh mental breeze to awaken one's...
Tags: Weather, Writing, Scotland, Nature, Bags, Food And Drink, Notebooks, Children's Books, Cvs, New England, Homeschooling, Giveaway, Domestic Bliss, Newman, Emma, Winter Tea

The Best Products for the Perfect Valentine's Day Makeup Look

Make your holiday even sweeter with some sweet makeup products! Valentine's Day is one of my favorite holidays in the year! While it's naturally dominated by all things relating to couples and romantic love, it's also so much more than that (hello, Galentine's Day!). Regardless of how you celebrate this day or with whom you celebrate, it's a great day to remind us of the love present in our lives. Below, I've created a list of makeup products that are necessary to create a bomb-tastic makeup lo...
Tags: Makeup, College, Walmart, Walgreens, Valentine's Day, Pink, Cvs, Valentine, Maybelline, Beauty & Hair, Eyeshadow, Smashbox, GALENTINE, Holiday Looks

My Favorite Under-$15 Beauty Buys This Month

Five great skincare and makeup finds that won't break the bank! Photo Credit While I'm no makeup expert, I do love experimenting with new beauty and skincare products. I'm all too familiar with the sinking dread that comes with falling in love with a product that's way out of your price range, but there's nothing like the elation that accompanies the discovery of a product that's both amazing and cheap! Here are five of the best skincare and makeup items I purchased last month...and they're al...
Tags: Asia, College, Acne, Cvs, Skincare, Yoon, Sunscreen, Sephora, Beauty & Hair, Mascara

How to Dress Like Charlotte York Today

The girly girl of "Sex and the City" has classic style totally worth emulating. The Park Avenue princess herself.  Photo credit: HBO. Last week, I waxed poetic about why is still relevant and iconic today, and told you how to dress like her. And while Carrie is the ultimate fashion icon of "Sex and the City," she's not the only fashion girl around. Charlotte York's style is also awesome. In some scenes I even found myself coveting her classically girly look more than Carrie's.Read on to find ...
Tags: Hbo, College, Inspiration, Midi Skirt, Elizabeth Taylor, Plaid, Cvs, Charlotte, Sex And The City, Carrie, Park Avenue, LPD, Charlotte York, Classic Style

3 Amazing Beauty Products that Won't Come Off

Because you're not about that runny makeup life. There’s a reason we’ll never be like the women in the magazines.We all know that photoshop separates the fiction of the page from the reality of today, but it’s more than just that. If we all lived in a single snapshot, with our hair and makeup perfectly arranged and our ironed clothing unaffected by wind or movement, we might not find it very hard to look the way we want at all times.A key difference between the poised woman in the photograph an...
Tags: College, Lipstick, NARS, Hair, Barbie, Tommy Hilfiger, Cvs, Sephora, Nail Polish, OPI, Beauty & Hair, NYX, Tresemmé, Matte

My Experience with The Whole30

Sara's adventures in changing her dietary life. I've always been pretty skeptical of fad diets, so when #Whole30 statuses and Instagrams from friends and former classmates began appearing in my feeds, I wrote it off as just another passing food trend. But the posts kept coming, and when two girls in my book club had done it and were raving about it, the husdude and I decided to give it a try. The husdude and I really, really like food. We like eating out, we like trying new things and new cuisi...
Tags: Health, Food, Diet, College, Starbucks, Cvs, Sara, College Life, La Croix

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