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L.A. County walks back trick-or-treating ban, but says going door to door on Halloween is ‘not recommended’

L.A. County walks back trick-or-treating ban, but says going door to door on Halloween is ‘not recommended’

Trick-or-treating is not canceled in Los Angeles County after all.A day after banning the Halloween tradition this year due to the COVID-19 pandemic, L.A. County public health health officials reversed course on Wednesday, saying instead the activity is “not recommended.” Still, health officials are advising against going door-to-door to get candy. “Door to door trick or treating is not recommended because it can be very difficult to maintain proper social distancing on porches and at front doors, ensure that everyone answering or coming to the door is appropriately masked to prevent...

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Sep 9
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‘It’s hard when you don’t have human contact’: Patient and doctor at L.A. hospital serenade staff with duet

‘It’s hard when you don’t have human contact’: Patient and doctor at L.A. hospital serenade staff with duet

Sean Tiwanak has been a patient at Cedars-Sinai Medical Center in Los Angeles for two weeks, waiting for a new heart for a transplant. He says it’s been especially difficult during the pandemic since visitors aren’t allowed and so he has taken to serenading hospital staff with his ukulele.When Dr. Lily Stern, who is a part of his cardiac care team, heard about the musical performances, she decided to stop in and take a listen.Not long after, the two started harmonizing.“You know it’s hard when you don’t have any sort of human contact. She really helped me that day to get through,” Tiwanak...

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‘I literally could have been George Floyd’: Comedian Jay Pharoah recounts being detained by LAPD in Tarzana

‘I literally could have been George Floyd’: Comedian Jay Pharoah recounts being detained by LAPD in Tarzana

Comedian and former Saturday Night Live star Jay Pharoah has opened up about an encounter with Los Angeles Police Department officers in Tarzana two months ago.In a video on Friday, Pharaoh said he was walking at the intersection of Ventura Boulevard and Corbin Avenue last April when he suddenly saw police officers approaching.Moments later, he said he found himself on the ground, handcuffed, with an officer’s knee pressed into his neck, reminiscent of the way in which George Floyd was pinned by an officer’s knee prior to his death in police custody in Minneapolis last month.“It wasn’t as...

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Kimberly Cheng
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