Resident tests positive for coronavirus at motion picture home in Woodland Hills

A resident at the Motion Picture and Television Fund in Woodland Hills retirement home has tested positive for the novel coronavirus, an official confirmed this week. Related Articles Coronavirus shutdown: unprecedented impact on Goodwill, Salvation Army CDC weighs loosening guidelines for some exposed to coronavirus Find a stray dog or cat? How to help with LA Animal Services program during coronavirus time ...
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The top 9 Twitch streamers in the world and how they make money, including one raking in an estimated $8 million per year

Twitch, Amazon's video game streaming platform, is the leader in live video online, and home to many of the world's most popular professional gamers. Some top Twitch streamers are being offered multi-million-dollar deals for the exclusive rights to their broadcasts, and they're starting to earn opportunities in mainstream media, too. With some talent leaving for other platforms, we took a closer look at Twitch's most popular creators. Visit Business Insider's homepage for more stories. The ne...
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Park Life: Disneyland, Knott’s and Six Flags halt monthly payments and Disney furloughs employees

Why did it take so long for theme parks to halt monthly payments by their most loyal fans? When will furloughs begin for Disneyland employees? What should you watch during the coronavirus closure of all 12 Disney parks? Find all the latest theme park news in the Park Life newsletter. Sign up for our Park Life newsletter and find out what’s new and interesting every week at Southern California’s theme parks. Subscribe here. Pass Payments Monthly payments get put on hold for Disneyland annual ...
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Why gardening during safer at home guidelines can be a healthy activity

For gardeners, at least, the coronavirus crisis offers opportunities like never before. To stay healthy, we are admonished not to leave home except for essential purposes. Of course, we are still free to garden to our heart’s content and with all the extra time at our disposal we may finally embark upon long-delayed garden projects. And gardening itself is a great form of exercise which, as such, can only help to bolster our immune systems. Moreover, if you believe in the body-mind connection, y...
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A Bay Area county official said sporting events like San Francisco 49ers home games are unlikely to resume until late November due to the coronavirus

Sporting events in the Bay Area county of Santa Clara may not resume until late November as the world continues to fight the coronavirus disease.  The news could affect the NFL's San Francisco 49ers, which plays its home games in the county's Levi's Stadium. The San Francisco Bay Area was the first US region to enforce a shelter-in-place order on March 17. Since then, other parts of the country have looked to it as a template for how to respond to the virus. Visit Business Insider's homepage f...
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SWIFT FLY FISHING - Once in a Blue Moon

It seems like everyone is getting creative in the fly fishing industry and releasing all sorts of content to keep you busy while on quarantine.  The folks at Swift Fly Fishing have a few things in the works and their film, Once in a Blue Moon, is now free to download and enjoy.  To get your free download, visit the Swift Fly Fishing website, add Once in a Blue Moon to your cart, checkout and the digital download link will be emailed to you.Enjoy and stay well. Subscribe in a reader [Author: C...
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Los Angeles Kings’ Anze Kopitar: Hall of Fame Worthy?

The Los Angeles Kings’ captain Anze Kopitar has a big mantel over his fireplace in his house. This is a safe assumption given all those awards he’s racked up in his impressive career. Will he need to make room for the most significant honour of them all – the Hockey Hall of Fame (HHoF)? Kopitar will go down as a Kings’ legend (Icon SMI) This should be a lock – but it’s not. You can find plenty of reasons why one-day, “Kopi” should be enshrined in the beautiful building in downtown T...
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Devils Benefited From a Goose Invasion

There’s no doubt plenty of hockey writers, including myself, thought the New Jersey Devils won the 2019 offseason. They acquired P.K. Subban from the Nashville Predators for close to nothing. They also drafted Jack Hughes at the 2019 Entry Draft and signed Wayne Simmonds in free agency.  Of those additions, only Hughes showed any promise. Subban had the worst season of his career, and the Devils ended up trading Simmonds to the Buffalo Sabres at the trade deadline. But there’s one offseason a...
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COVID-19 and Ski Resorts (IV). The Road to Recovery

The 2020 outbreak of COVID-19 has produced the longest shutdown of tourism on record (and we don't know how long it will last).The Tourism sector, and ski resorts particularly, are severely affected by the current Corona crisis, and the global spread of the pandemic is going to impose a significant dampening effect on the rate of recovery. Three elements will be decisive in the process of recovery of tourist demand in general and in ski resorts in particular:Fear management and confidence-bu...
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MLB players push back on idea to leave families behind for baseball season in Arizona

Baseball's proposed idea to bring all 30 teams to Arizona to play in empty spring training stadiums was greeted with skepticism.         [Author: Arizona Republic]
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Florence Schelling of SC Bern: World’s First Female General Manager

SC Bern just dropped a bomb. It was expected that Alex Chatelain would be replaced as general manager sooner or later. As of next Tuesday, it will be former goalkeeper Florence Schelling that will take over. It marks the first that a woman will be general manager of a top men’s league. Related: 10 Best Ice Hockey Leagues The highly-decorated Schelling is now in charge of the biggest teams outside the NHL. With more than 50 Million Swiss Francs in cashflow, and nearly half of that generate...
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FIS Summaries for Veerpalu, Tammjärv, and Poltoranin Indiciate hGh Use

On April 8, Estonian news outlet ERR published an article revealing more details about doping by Estonian cross-country skiers Andreas Veerpalu and Karel Tammjärv. The two skiers both previously admitted to autologous blood doping — the process of removing blood from one’s system and re-injecting it at a later time for a performance boost.   The doping came to light in 2019 when the two Estonians, Kazakhstan’s Alexey Poltoranin, and Austria’s Max Hauke and Dominik Baldauf, were arrested by...
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Sailor on Mercy hospital ship tests positive for coronavirus

A hospital crew member aboard the USNS Mercy has tested positive for COVID-19. The 1,000-bed Navy ship is at the Port of Los Angeles helping treat non-COVID patients from Los Angeles-area hospitals. Information about the positive test was made public late Wednesday. It is not presently known where the sailor contracted the coronavirus and if any other medical personnel on the ship has been infected, said Lt. Joe Pfaff, a spokesman for the Mercy. U.S. Navy sailors continued treating patients ...
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YETI - At Home With: Alvin Dedeaux

The other day YETI kicked off the "At Home With" film series which highlights their Ambassadors while on coronavirus quarantine.  This quickie with guide Alvin Dedeaux gives a glimpse inside his LoadOut GoBox 30 and will certainly give you some gear organization ideas for your boat or fish car. I've got a full gear review in the works on the LoadOut GoBox 30 and in short, you need one.  You might need a couple.Aside from the YETI YouTube channel, make sure you subscribe to Alvin Dedeaux's YouTub...
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Skiing Coloring Pages

Our next day on the hill is top of mind too. Until we're able to schuss again, we wanted to provide the young (and young at heart!) with some fun coloring pages to keep entertained and reminisce on our most fun days on the mountain. Break out the markers, colored pencils or crayons. These fun-filled pages are looking for some color! Keep checking back as we'll add a new page each week. All artwork by local writer/artist/skier, Lexi Dowdall. Right click on any of the coloring pages below and cho...
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Coronavirus: Garry Bowie, LGBTQ leader in LA, Long Beach, dies

Garry Bowie, a community leader in helping people fight HIV/AIDS in the Greater Long Beach and Los Angeles areas, died this week from complications related to the coronavirus, his husband, Jeff Wacha, said Thursday, April 9. He was 59. Wacha said Bowie, executive director of Being Alive, in West Hollywood, and the former executive director of the Long Beach AIDS Foundation, started showing flu-like symptoms on March 19 and, with his condition not improving, was taken by ambulance on March 28 fro...
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5 years after launch, PPB Bike Theft Task Force leader says problem remains ‘very bad’

Last month members of the Task Force joined with Milwaukie PD for a free bike registration event on the Springwater Corridor.(Photos: Portland Police) Bike thieves do not care about the pandemic. In fact, it’s probably encouraging them to steal more. According to the Portland Police Bureau Bike Theft Task Force, bike theft in March was up 25% compared to last year. Task Force leader Officer Dave Sanders says it’s “very bad” out there right now. The BTTF was launched five years ago this week. W...
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Okay, the Week 1 Challenge of the Pig Farm Ink and Vedavoo Online Iron Fly has wound down and it's time to look forward to the Week 2 Challenge.  There are new sponsors and prizes added to the mix with this Instagram focused contest.You can follow along with the flies submitted on Instagram by searching #OnlineIronFly and check out last's weeks challenge submissions. The Week 2 Challenge is to tie a fly with materials that you find in your kitchen and you have until midnight on April 9th to ge...
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California steps up effort to crush flow of puppy mill dogs, disguised as rescues, into local pet stores

As California works to tighten the loopholes in its puppy mills ban, the state of Iowa has lent a helping hand — shutting down an alleged puppy-laundering ring that supplied sick animals to Golden State pet stores. Despite vet care exceeding $14,000, Churro died about a month after coming home. (Courtesy Kevyn Camacho and Robyn Whitman) Californians were duped into believing that the young, designer-breed dogs they fell in love with in pet stores were legitimate rescues. California’s new law...
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‘Record Safari’ film follows LA collector’s cross-country trek for records to sell at Coachella festival

Alex Rodriguez chases his high in antique stores and obscure record shops across the country. He flips through musical history by hand, seeking out treasures to fill up his Ford Fusion as he hits the road again. The 40-year-old’s addiction to vinyl is now the subject of a documentary, “Record Safari,” which follows him around the country on one of his yearly road trips as he searches for albums to fill the Coachella Valley Music and Arts Festival record store. “Since I wasn’t in that drug and al...
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COVID-19 and Golf’s Direct-To-Consumer Business

While there are far, far graver concerns today than the state of the golf industry, this is a golf blog so let’s examine how COVID-19 is affecting different parts of the business. This will be a snapshot of a few members of the Direct-To-Consumer (DTC) end of the business. DTC is in a unique position in that it doesn’t rely on the retail channel for its business. It does, however, rely on people actually playing golf. And with most courses shut down, we talked with the owners/CEOs of five DTC co...
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Restaurant Depot opens to the public amid coronavirus pandemic

Restaurant Depot, a nationwide chain of supply stores for the restaurant industry, has temporarily opened its doors to the public to help people get essential goods they need amid the coronavirus pandemic. It marks the first time in the company’s 40-year history that its products are available to the general public. The company is issuing day passes as the COVID-19 battle continues, and shoppers can return to the stores as many times as needed. With many restaurants closed or operating take-out ...
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2011 NHL Draft Top 10: Where Are They Now?

As players selected at the 2011 NHL Draft reach their ninth anniversary in the NHL, it provides a perfect opportunity to look back on the top-10 players selected. Have they lived up to their franchise-defining billings, or have these players failed to meet the hype of their draft position? Note: The 2011 Entry Draft was hosted on June 24-25th at the Xcel Energy Center in St. Paul, Minnesota. #1: Ryan Nugent-Hopkins With the first-overall selection at the 2011 NHL Draft, the Edmonton O...
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Goggles For Docs

Skiers and riders around the country are coming together to provide health care workers with goggles as a form of eye protection while fighting COVID-19 through Goggles for Docs. Ski Utah has collaborated with U.S. Ski & Snowboard and is now a dropoff location. While there is not a current need in Utah, U.S. Ski & Snowboard will be shipping all donations that we receive out of state to the requested donation courtesy of Goggles for Docs What is Goggles for Docs? Goggles for Docs ...
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NHL Rumors: Devils, Oilers, Bruins, NHL Insurance, More

In today’s NHL rumor rundown, there is news the New Jersey Devils might go big-game hunting for a defenseman, details about what the Edmonton Oilers have offered Anton Slepyshev are out there and Torey Krug makes more comments about his contract status with the Boston Bruins. Will The Devils Pursue a Big-Ticket Free Agent? is reporting, via Abbey Mastracco, that this might be the year the New Jersey Devils spend a huge amount of money in free agency to land a big-name de...
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NFL draft 2020: Dolphins, Giants among teams with most at stake

Every NFL team would benefit from an infusion of talent via the NFL draft. But for some franchises, there's immense pressure riding on the event.         [Author: USA TODAY]
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Crested Butte Nordic Trails Become a Sanctuary During COVID-19 Crisis

Sunrise skiing on “Mike’s Mile” in Crested Butte. (Photo: Xavier Fane/CB Nordic) Disclaimer: This article is not intended to inspire anyone to travel to Crested Butte at this time. The county’s public health office expressly asks you not to do so even if you are a second home owner. The aim here is to highlight the familiar therapeutic role cross country skiing has played in the community thus far during the COVID-19 crisis.   Like many other small mountain towns , Crested Butte has ...
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This $1 million Palm Springs home owned by Chasen’s restauranteurs comes with a secret

The foyer. (Photo by [email protected] Photography) The living room. (Photo by [email protected] Photography) Sound The gallery will resume in seconds A view of the dining room that opens to the patio. Through the swing door is the kitchen. (Photo by [email protected] Photography) A view of the living room from the dining room. (Photo by [email protected] Photography) The kitchen and breakfast nook. (Photo by [email protected] Photography) The master bedroom with its privat...
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Jeep pulling trailer is consumed by fire on 118 Freeway

A Jeep pulling a travel trailer caught fire Tuesday on the 118 Freeway in Chatsworth, closing an offramp until firefighters extinguished the flames. Both Los Angeles and Ventura county firefighters responded to the report of a burning vehicle about 11 a.m. on the 118 Freeway’s Topanga Canyon Boulevard offramp, according to a photographer at the scene. This Jeep vehicle, which was pulling a travel trailer, caught fire Tuesday morning on the westbound 118 Freeway at the Topanga Canyon Boulevar...
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