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To pre-rinse or not to pre-rinse? How to use your dishwasher during the drought

To pre-rinse or not to pre-rinse? How to use your dishwasher during the drought

The science is in. Dishwashers save water — especially if you run them only when you have a full load. Experts will also tell you that you don’t even need to pre-rinse the crusty, sticky residue off your dishes before depositing them in the dishwasher. Just scrape the solid food off. That saves even more water. But for some who grew up not having a dishwasher, using the dishwasher mainly as a dish rack, or pre-rinsing the dishes before putting them in the machine (a ritual of up to 80% of dishwasher owners, estimated Wirecutter), ingrained dish-washing habits die hard. A Los Angeles...

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L.A. volunteering during COVID: In person, virtual options

L.A. volunteering during COVID: In person, virtual options

Looking for an opportunity to serve? There are plenty of ways to connect with your community, including distributing meals at a food bank, tutoring from home or delivering meals to seniors.The Times has compiled a list of places to volunteer in the L.A. area, but the rules are a little different this year. Many organizations have limited capacities, dress codes and medical testing requirements. Please make sure to register in advance and contact the organization directly if you’re interested in offering your time.Any opportunities we didn't cover? Let us know .How to volunteer:All In-person...

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Renegotiating rent can be tricky. Here's what to keep in mind, and what to do if you can't pay

Renegotiating rent can be tricky. Here's what to keep in mind, and what to do if you can't pay

Copyright © 2020, Los Angeles Times | | | |AdvertisementDue to the COVID-19 pandemic, Lee Anne Lowery-Gorman had to permanently close her restaurant. In addition to being a struggling business owner, she is the landlord of a duplex in Hollywood. So when she learned that both her renters’ jobs were in limbo, she understood. In July, she gave them a rent break that will last through the new year. It was the lowest she could go while still making her mortgage payments.“Our business landlord would not work with us at all on our rent, so we know how hopeless and futile that felt for us,” said...

December 1, 2020
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