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40,000 airline workers’ jobs may evaporate Thursday 30.9.2020 Chicago Tribune: Business
Since the pandemic hit, thousands of flight attendants, baggage handlers, gate agents and others have been getting at least partial pay through $25 billion in government grants and loans that prohibited layoffs through Sept. 30. It all runs out Thursday.
So much for shaking hands and kissing babies: How COVID-19 is reshaping L.A. campaigns 28.9.2020 LA Times: Health

Many of the familiar rituals of stumping for votes are off the table during the COVID-19 pandemic, drastically changing what it looks like to run for office in L.A.

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Hot Property: Comic Kathy Griffin looks to cash out in Bel-Air 26.9.2020 LA Times: Business

Kathy Griffin has listed her Bel-Air home for sale at $15.995 million. Also: Blue Collar Comedy Tour comedian Ron White is selling in the 90210.

Pritzker tries to blame Republicans after ally suggests big tax hike coming if voters reject tax amendment 26.9.2020 Chicago Tribune: Popular
A day after a top Democratic ally warned of an across-the-board income tax increase if voters reject a proposed tax amendment, Gov. J.B. Pritzker sought to blame Illinois Republicans should such a tax hike take place.
Brothers killed in Waukegan gunfight forced way into house looking to confront someone, police say 25.9.2020 Chicago Tribune: Popular
Police said they think the brothers arrived at the house around 10 a.m. to confront someone. However, the occupants told police they did not know why the brothers would have come to the residence.
Six months into the COVID-19 pandemic, here’s how the virus has changed our lives 24.9.2020 Chicago Tribune: Popular
As COVID-19 took hold on so many facets of our lives, from health and work to schools and culture, here's what has changed in Chicago.
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Rise of the ghost kitchens: How virtual restaurants are reshaping L.A.'s dining economy 24.9.2020 L.A. Times - Food & Dining

With food delivery surging during COVID-19, virtual restaurants have become a booming industry

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Column: She tried to rent motel rooms for homeless people. A NIMBY hospital stopped her 22.9.2020 LA Times: Health

Excuses abound as to why California can't bring more homeless people off the streets. In Bakersfield, a hospital blocked the use of a motel for housing.

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Californians moved to Oregon for affordable housing. Wildfires left them homeless 21.9.2020 L.A. Times - World News

Oregon wildfires leave California transplants homeless and facing rising housing costs.

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“Either you’re willing to risk it or you’re not”: As the Cameron Peak fire burns, residents debate the future of mountain living 20.9.2020 Headlines: All Headlines
Despite the blackened forest and a persistent anxiety about being forced to flee at a moment's notice, many residents of Colorado's northern mountains say that's just the price of living in picture-esque wilderness.
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Whether a restaurant survives the pandemic could depend on an uneasy dance with the landlord 19.9.2020 Chicago Tribune: Popular
Restaurateurs, landlords and even lenders are working together to survive the economic challenges brought on by the COVID-19 pandemic.
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By the numbers: A snapshot of Chicago’s economy six months into the pandemic 18.9.2020 Chicago Tribune: Popular
Since the start of the coronavirus pandemic, hundreds of thousands of Chicago-area jobs were lost, consumer spending dropped 43%, and over half of temporary business closures became permanent.
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Endorsement: Vote no on Prop. 19, an unwelcome combo of good and bad tax proposals 17.9.2020 LA Times: Opinion

Why should Californians have to accept an unjust expansion of Proposition 13 just to get a common-sense reform?

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The Spin: Signs that sin taxes may be pandemic-proof | Ex-state Sen. Link pleads guilty - now who will be his replacement? | Lightfoot vs. police union boss over contract 17.9.2020 Chicago Tribune: Popular
Welcome to The Spin, the Chicago Tribune's politics newsletter.
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What happens when a restaurant can't pay the rent? 16.9.2020 L.A. Times - Food & Dining

What happens when a restaurant can't pay the rent? What's happening in Los Angeles, what options the restaurants have and what the experts say.

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From Aspen to the Hamptons, COVID-19 exodus fills vacation towns with new medical pressures 16.9.2020 Denver Post: News: Local
From the shores of Long Island to the resorts of the Rocky Mountains, traditional vacation destinations have seen a major influx of affluent people relocating to wait out the pandemic. But now as summer vacation season has ended, many families realize that working from home and attending school online can be done anywhere they can tether to the internet, and those with means are increasingly waiting it out in the poshest destinations.
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Bipartisan House Group Tries to Revive Pandemic Aid Negotiations With Longshot Bill 16.9.2020 Mother Jones
A bipartisan coalition of 50 House representatives unveiled a new coronavirus relief proposal on Tuesday, in hopes of restarting pandemic relief negotiations and passing an aid package in the weeks ahead of the November election. The plan splits the difference between the meager Senate GOP bill and the more expansive House Democratic one, but it’s […]
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'Fresh Prince of Bel-Air' mansion hits Airbnb for $30 a night 15.9.2020 LA Times: Business

In early October, Airbnb is offering five one-night stays in the iconic mansion from 'The Fresh Prince of Bel-Air' for $30 a night.

Six months into the pandemic, downtown Chicago is a humbled giant. Can it get back on its feet? 12.9.2020 Chicago Tribune: Popular
Six months after the COVID-19 pandemic first shook Chicago, the city’s once-mighty downtown is taking only tentative steps toward recovery. But Chicago has dealt with setbacks before.
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A vacation close to home? Stir-crazy locals turn to L.A.-area hotels 12.9.2020 LA Times: Business

Hotels once spurned locals, but since the COVID-19 pandemic has devastated international travel, L.A.'s travel industry hopes Angelenos will spend like tourists.

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