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The Sunday Read: ‘The Decameron Project’

A series of short stories written in this moment, for this moment.
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Protests continue despite triple-digit temperatures and surge in COVID-19 cases

LOS ANGELES – More than a dozen demonstrations against systemic racism and police brutality are scheduled Saturday, July 11 despite a National Weather Service forecast of triple-digit temperatures in some parts of Southern California and the ongoing coronavirus pandemic. The nationwide movement sparked by the Memorial Day death of George Floyd in Minneapolis continues more than six weeks after he was killed while in police custody and now embraces a wide range of issues. Events scheduled today i...
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California sees two deadliest days since pandemic began as Covid-19 cases rise

State has now reported 296,500 infections and 6,700 deaths, while Newsom said seven-day average topped 8,000 new cases a dayCalifornia has experienced one of its toughest weeks yet in the battle against coronavirus, with the state chalking up its two deadliest days since the start of the pandemic as cases continue to rise.On Wednesday the state topped its previous single day death toll, reporting 149 fatalities. That was followed a day later by the second-deadliest day, when the state tallied 13...
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Music instructor who gave semen-tainted flutes to students sentenced to 18 years in prison

An international music program founder who distributed semen-tainted flutes to five elementary school girls in Orange and Los Angeles counties in 2017 was sentenced Wednesday to 18 years in prison. John Edward Zeretzke, 61, of Ventura, who formed Flutes Across the World in 2009 and has worked with thousands of children across the United States, pleaded guilty in Orange County Superior Court to six counts of lewd acts against children. “There is no place in our society for crimes against children...
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Leigh Whannell in Talks for Ryan Gosling’s Wolfman at Universal

Leigh Whannell in talks for Ryan Gosling’s Wolfman at Universal This year saw Leigh Whannell bring a modern-day twist to H.G. Wells’ classic The Invisible Man for Universal Pictures in brilliant fashion and now he has his eyes set on another classic monster in the studio’s roster as he has entered talks to direct the Ryan Gosling-led reboot of Wolfman, according to The Wrap. RELATED: Ryan Gosling Set to Play the Wolfman in Universal’s Reboot! PB = PB || {}; ...
Tags: Hollywood, Movies, Dwayne Johnson, Netflix, Jake Gyllenhaal, Paul Feig, Ryan Gosling, Leigh Whannell, Tom Cruise, Orange, Jason Blum, Universal Pictures, John Krasinski, New Black, Luca Guadagnino, Gosling


Stock Up Price on Gatorade Zero Sugar Thirst Quencher, Lemon-Lime or Orange, 20 Fl Oz (Pack of 12)

Love getting these heavy items delivered directly to your door! Get the Gatorade Zero Sugar Thirst Quencher, Lemon-Lime, 20 Fl Oz (Pack of 12) for a great stock up price. Also get Orange for this price. Ships free with Prime or orders $25+ For Even More Awesome Online Deals Read more about Stock Up Price on Gatorade Zero Sugar Thirst Quencher, Lemon-Lime or Orange, 20 Fl Oz (Pack of 12)
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Newsom’s budget serves union leaders at the expense of students

Gov. Gavin Newsom has once again sacrificed school-age children at precisely the moment they need him most in order to help the largest of his political backers, the state’s powerful teacher’s union. Last week, Newsom signed a state spending bill that guarantees pay and benefits for teachers and other union education employees – adults, it goes without saying – regardless of whether their schools open this fall, open part-time, or don’t open at all; whether students show up or do not. In other w...
Tags: California, Opinion, Sacramento, Sport, Soccer, Orange, Gavin Newsom, Huntington Beach, JEFFREY, California Teachers Association, Alex Caputo Pearl, Newsom, Sycamore Creek, California Democratic Party, Occa, Guest Commentary


Make room for a coronavirus surge, LA County tells local hospitals

Los Angeles County Department of Public Health officials are now formally urging local hospitals to prepare their facilities and staff to be ready for a surge of coronavirus patients in the coming days. The action, which came over the weekend, is a jolt to hospital systems around the region, some of which had just found some equilibrium after weeks of being closed to non-COVID-19 patients and had rejiggered their bed space after the initial wave of the virus had plateaued. But with rising cases ...
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Look up starting at 2 p.m., historic planes might fly over to celebrate July 4th

Two different groups of pilots are planning Fourth of July flights over parts of Orange and Los Angeles counties Saturday afternoon, July 4. At 2 p.m., the “Willa Dean,” a C-47 military transport plane, and two Marchetti SF-260 aerobatic planes are scheduled to pass over the city of Orange, then fly over Buena Park at 2:15 p.m. and La Habra at 2:30 p.m. The spectacle was organized by the Lyon Air Museum and Air Combat USA in conjunction with the three cities. Also starting at 2 p.m., the Sout...
Tags: Los Angeles, Sport, Soccer, Community, Local News, Orange, Southern California, Torrance, Redondo Beach, La Habra, Yorba Linda, Buena Park, Marchetti, Fourth of July, Rolling Hills Estates, Western Ave


Southern California counties clear 100,000 cannabis convictions by July 1 deadline

As calls for criminal justice reform sweep the nation, California is taking steps to reverse some effects of the war on drugs, which continues to disproportionately impact people of color. California’s 58 county district attorneys had a deadline of Wednesday, July 1, to accept or challenge the state’s recommendation to clear the records of some 191,090 past marijuana convictions. The procedure was triggered by Proposition 64, a 2016 measure that legalized cannabis and reduced penalties for relat...
Tags: Politics, News, California, Marijuana, America, Los Angeles, San Francisco, Sport, Cannabis, Soccer, Courts, Orange, Riverside County, San Joaquin, San Bernardino, Drug Policy Alliance


Defendant in Southern California semen-tainted flute case agrees to plead guilty

An international music program founder who allegedly distributed semen-tainted flutes to schools in Orange and Los Angeles counties and traveled to the Philippines to have sex with minors is expected to plead guilty to federal and state charges in October. John Edward Zeretzke, 61, of Ventura, who formed Flutes Across the World in 2009 and has worked with thousands of children across the United States, has agreed to plead guilty to one federal count of production of child pornography and six sta...
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Southern California beaches get good water-quality marks — at least in the summer

With Southern California beaches largely open again — and Los Angeles beaches expected to reopen after a timeout for the three-day holiday weekend — you might find latest Heal the Bay’s Beach Report Card on water quality reassuring when you head back to the ocean. Of 212 beaches surveyed in Los Angeles and Orange counties over the past year, 93% were awarded an “A” or “B” during the summer months and just 2% got a failing grade, according to the environmental group’s 30th annual report released ...
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How a Los Angeles tattoo artist found happiness with a frozen dessert from his hometown

After the sudden death of his older brother, Lemeir Mitchell decided to finally pursue his lifelong ambition so he packed up his bags, said goodbye to his native Philadelphia and headed out of town, determined to do whatever it would take to become a tattoo artist in Los Angeles. But things didn’t quite work out that way for Mitchell, who instead of inking skin has found happiness in selling frozen treats. Mitchell has driven around Southern California for the past three years selling water ice,...
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Southern California hospitals gearing up for surge in coronavirus cases

Large hospital systems in Southern California are preparing to create more space for coronavirus patients as cases continue to surge in the region and across the state. One ER physician said hospital CEOs “are getting anxious” about the capacity of their facilities to handle the influx, and some are developing staged plans to ensure they can. From Riverside and San Bernardino counties to Los Angeles and Orange counties, the numbers of patients infected with COVID-19 have been climbing dramatical...
Tags: News, California, Kaiser Permanente, La, Los Angeles, Sport, Hospitals, Public Health, Soccer, Ronald Reagan, Disneyland, Orange County, Orange, Riverside County, Ucla, Joe


CVS opens new coronavirus testing sites in Anaheim, Huntington Park, Inglewood and Long Beach

LOS ANGELES — CVS Health is expanding its COVID-19 no-cost testing program by adding 35 more test sites Friday at select CVS Pharmacy drive-thrus across California — including four locations in Los Angeles and Orange counties — amid a surge in new coronavirus cases. The opening of additional test sites adds to the 107 locations previously opened statewide, 45 of them in Los Angeles and Orange counties. The nearly 200 additional test sites opening across the country this week are among the more t...
Tags: News, California, Uncategorized, Los Angeles, Sport, Public Health, Soccer, Long Beach, Orange, Monrovia, Centers For Disease Control And Prevention, Cvs, CVS Pharmacy, Joe, Merlo, U S Centers for Disease Control and Prevention


Orange Five EVO & Stage EVO: New trail bikes saying “Travel’s for Show, Geo’s for a Pro”

British mountain bike brand, Orange Bikes, have today released not one but two new short-travel trail bikes. The Orange Five EVO and the Orange Stage EVO are the all-new Halifax models (because that’s where they’re made). Orange have been working on the EVO geometry of the Halifax models for a year or two now. They’ve […] The post Orange Five EVO & Stage EVO: New trail bikes saying “Travel’s for Show, Geo’s for a Pro” appeared first on Bikerumor.
Tags: Sport, Cycling, Orange, Halifax, Mountain Bike, Orange Bikes, Orange Five EVO, Orange Stage EVO


DMV resumes behind-the-wheel driving tests, with new precautions

The Department of Motor Vehicles will resume behind-the-wheel driver tests beginning Friday, June 26, following three months of coronavirus-related concerns keeping new drivers off of the roadway. Masks will be required, temperatures taken, and testing routes will be shorten. A backlog of previously cancelled tests will have to be cleared before other prospective drivers can schedule their own driving tests. “I’m asking for everyone’s patience as we safely clear the backlog of behind-the-wheel d...
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Besan Laddu

Laddu is a must-try Indian sweet! While there are many versions, I love besan laddu (the chickpea flour gluten-free variety) flavored with honey, orange, cardamom, and a touch of nutmeg. The laddus have a Mexican wedding cookie-like texture. They are hard on the outside, but they crumble in your mouth as if you were eating a ball of refrigerated cookie dough. Read the full article here
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Daughter’s connection to her late father grows like his roses

She thought of roses, her father’s roses. “Why don’t you grow them?” her friend asked. “You seem to have this fascination.” She explained that she couldn’t possibly grow roses. Roses require patience, which she has never had. That’s how it started. Marsha Buford had no idea she was about to experience the most amazing coincidence in the middle of a pandemic. It was April 10, about a month into the coronavirus lockdown. Marsha and her friend Darnell Elzy walked past Orange Lutheran High School th...
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4th weekend of protests against police brutality planned

LOS ANGELES — Another weekend filled with protest marches and other actions denouncing police brutality is set for various parts of Los Angeles and Orange counties. Events planned for Saturday include: 7:45 a.m. – ECHO PARK – “Solidarity bike ride” from Echo Park Lake to Los Angeles City Hall, 200 N. Spring St. (@davidmluong) 9 a.m. – VENICE – “Paddle out for peace & unity at Breakwater (surf spot), in front of the Venice sign, Pacific and Windward avenues (@doahsdaydream, @bdazzle) 9:30 a.m....
Tags: Uncategorized, Los Angeles, Sport, Canada, Soccer, Glendale, Venice, Orange, Pacific, BLM, Pacific Coast Highway, Martin Luther King Jr, Malibu, Baldwin, Mission Street, Pico


Inland Empire is now Southern California’s housing hot spot

The Inland Empire, long the region’s most affordable place to live, now comes with significant real estate sizzle. The pandemic era has seemingly rearranged housing’s local pecking order and elevated Riverside and San Bernardino counties to Southern California’s new housing hot spot. Just look at what Rick Beckwitt, CEO of homebuilding giant Lennar, told investors this week about new home sales: “In California, the Inland Empire is the strongest market,” he said. “While the market took a hit in ...
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SoCal’s housing hot spot? Riverside, San Bernardino counties

The Inland Empire, long the region’s most affordable place to live, now comes with significant real estate sizzle. The pandemic era has seemingly rearranged housing’s local pecking order and elevated Riverside and San Bernardino counties to Southern California’s new housing hot spot. Just look at what Rick Beckwitt, CEO of homebuilding giant Lennar, told investors this week about new home sales: “In California, the Inland Empire is the strongest market,” he said. “While the market took a hit in ...
Tags: Business, Real Estate, California, Housing, Los Angeles, Sport, Soccer, San Diego, Rent, Orange County, Orange, Southern California, San Bernardino, Los Angeles County, Riverside, Inland Empire


TAG – Council Of Tyrants

Toy Art Gallery has announced the Council Of Tyrants , featuring the Nether Realm Tyrants by Radioactive Uppercut. The Nether Realm Tyrants include Cain, Beleaguer, Abel, Pyromancer, Plague Sacrifice, and Mage. And this series includes seven different colorways: Hawaii; Glow; Green; Blue; Orange; Brown; Caped Pink (featuring a custom made cape). Each Tyrant measures 2.5" tall with an articulated head. And they run $12.00 each. The Council Of Tyrants will be released on Friday June 19th 2020 ...
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I didn't think it would work...

... but you actually can point your iPhone camera directly at the sun.To the eye, the sun looked perfectly orange and the sky was blue. The camera interpreted the sun as white, and that required the sky to be perfectly orange. [Author: [email protected] (Ann Althouse)]
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LA healthcare leaders urge county to reopen coronavirus surge hospital

Healthcare officials on Tuesday called for Los Angeles County leaders to reopen its “surge” hospital and recommended that another in Long Beach swing open its doors, citing the need to fully reopen medical centers while also dealing with an expected surge in coronavirus cases. The state-funded Los Angeles Surge Hospital, which opened on April 13 at the former site of the St. Vincent Medical Center amid heightened concern about having enough beds to deal with Covid-19 patients, has closed. But Dr...
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LA healthcare leaders to county: Reopen coronavirus surge hospitals

Healthcare officials on Tuesday called for Los Angeles County leaders to keep the reopen its “surge” hospital and recommended that another in Long Beach swing open its doors, citing the need to fully reopen medical centers while also dealing with an expected surge in coronavirus cases. The state-funded Los Angeles Surge Hospital, which opened on April 13 at the former site of the St. Vincent Medical Center amid heightened concern about having enough beds to deal with Covid-19 patients, has close...
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LA healthcare leaders urge reopening coronavirus surge hospital

Healthcare officials on Tuesday called for Los Angeles County leaders to work with the state to reopen its “surge” hospital and recommended that another in Long Beach swing open its doors, citing the need to fully reopen medical centers while also dealing with an expected surge in coronavirus cases. The state-funded Los Angeles Surge Hospital, which opened on April 13 at the former site of the St. Vincent Medical Center amid heightened concern about having enough beds to deal with Covid-19 patie...
Tags: Home, Navy, La, Los Angeles, Sport, Soccer, Port Of Los Angeles, San Diego, Long Beach, Kaiser, Mlb, St Vincent, Orange County, Orange, Flores, Vincent


Full Impact of Coronavirus Pandemic Hits California Housing Market in May, C.A.R. Reports

– Existing, single-family home sales totaled 238,740 in May on a seasonally adjusted annualized rate, down 13.9 percent from April and down 41.4 percent from May 2019. – May’s statewide median home price was $588,070, down 3.0 percent from April and down 3.7 percent from May 2019. – Year-to-date statewide home sales were down 12.9 percent in May. Los Angeles, CA – June 16, 2020 (PRNewswire) California home sales fell to the lowest level since the Great Recession as the housing market su...
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Hundreds of schools vulnerable to outbreaks because of vaccine reluctance, data suggests

A measles outbreak that began at Disneyland in 2014 led California lawmakers to tighten up vaccine requirements, eliminating personal and religious exemptions for school attendance.. Doses of the MMR (measles, mumps rubella) vaccine and the Tdap for whooping cough at the Health Care Agency, Orange County in Santa Ana. (File photo by Michael Goulding, Orange County Register/SCNG) That law took effect in 2016, but the state’s most recent vaccination data — from the 2018-19 school year — show t...
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17 coronavirus deaths, 1,003 new cases reported Sunday in LA County

In numbers declining considerably from Saturday’s jolting totals, Los Angeles County officials revealed 17 new deaths and 1,003 new cases of novel coronavirus in Sunday’s Department of Public Health update. The announcement brought the county’s state-topping total of confirmed positive cases of COVID-19 to 73,018, while total fatalities continued to inch closer to the 3,000 threshold, with 2,907 deaths. About 93% of people who died reported underlying health conditions, officials said. “So many ...
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