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More than 580,000 California companies got PPP loans. Here's what we know 7.7.2020 L.A. Times - Technology News

More than 87,000 California businesses received PPP loans in the last 3 months, leaving few parts of the economy untouched.

The dark side of the South's Mexican combo-plate dream 5.7.2020 L.A. Times - World News

Gregorio Leon drove to the outskirts of Lexington, S.C., the night of Feb. 14, 2016, with a gun by his side and rage in his heart.

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Under siege by a virus that thrives in crowds, L.A. swap meets face a reckoning 3.7.2020 LA Times: Health

In a new world where crowds mean danger, swap meets and the vendors who make them run struggle to stay afloat.

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It's not just coronavirus: America repeatedly fails at public health 3.7.2020 L.A. Times - World News

Why has the U.S. done so much worse than Europe in controlling the coronavirus? Preferring medical miracles, Americans reject simple public health steps.

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Palestinian cookbooks help preserve a culture's identity 2.7.2020 L.A. Times - Food & Dining

Sami Tamimi's Falastin is the latest cookbook affirming Palestinian identity through food

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L.A. ice cream vendor adapts to life in a COVID-19 world 2.7.2020 L.A. Times - Food & Dining

For the past 16 years, Mauro Rios Parra has sold fruit bars and ice cream on the streets of Pico-Union, one of L.A.'s densest cities and among the hardest hit by the coronavirus.

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San Diego to close bars as county responds to coronavirus surge 30.6.2020 LA Times: Health

San Diego County bars, breweries and wineries that don't serve food will not be allowed to operate starting Wednesday.

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Coronavirus caught us off guard. Here's what disaster preppers say we needed to do all along 27.6.2020 LA Times: Health

Californians live in the land of wildfires, earthquakes and other natural disasters. Here's what we can learn from people who take preparedness very seriously.

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Mexi-Vegan cooking is mainstream in Southern California. And it's only getting bigger 26.6.2020 L.A. Times - Food & Dining

Southern California is home to a groundswell of Mexican plant-based and vegan cooking.

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Donut Man opens in Grand Central Market, Lincoln Pasadena closes and Mariscos Jalisco parks in West L.A. 26.6.2020 L.A. Times - Food & Dining

Plus, pizza and natural wine in Long Beach and handmade pasta in Encino

Where Unilever's product labeling initiative could have a huge impact 26.6.2020
Where Unilever's product labeling initiative could have a huge impact Jim Giles Fri, 06/26/2020 - 01:00 One of the most significant projects in sustainable food in 2020 was unveiled last week. The news is important partly because of the company involved: CPG behemoth Unilever, which reaches 2.5 billion consumers every day through 400 brands, which range from Ben & Jerry’s to Hellmann’s and appear on shelves in 190 countries.  The other reason is that the plan is genuinely ambitious . The company is committing to net-zero emissions from all products by 2039, spending $1 billion on climate and nature projects over 10 years, and planning on labeling each of its products with information about the carbon emitted in the product’s creation. This last point is particularly significant. Consumers, especially younger adults, consistently say that climate concerns influence their purchasing. Yet this influence is diluted because most people have little insight into the emissions linked to specific products. ...
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Can we have summer parties during the pandemic? 42 ways to minimize the risk 25.6.2020 Los Angeles Times - Living Green

Safe Fourth of July celebrations used to be about managing fireworks and sparklers. Now, in a pandemic, it's all about keeping family and friends safe. Plan, designate food servers and mingling times — and don't forget your masks and keeping your distance.

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In spite of everything, a fledgling restaurant looks forward to welcoming its first customer 25.6.2020 L.A. Times - Food & Dining

After two decades working in some of the world's most demanding kitchens, chef Dean Yasharian was set to finally open his own restaurant in mid-March. The COVID-19 pandemic dashed those plans.

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Lemeir Mitchell's water ice shakes up L.A. dessert culture 23.6.2020 L.A. Times - Food & Dining

Lemeir Mitchell is expanding his food truck operation with a brick-and-mortar shop on Melrose Avenue.

Many L.A. community college students suffer a lost semester amid coronavirus crisis 22.6.2020 LA Times: Health

District data and survey responses reveal a disappointing semester for L.A. community college students, many of whom lacked access to technology, quiet study space and basic needs.

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Pacific Dining Car closes, El Ruso's Food & Wine nod and a Chicano Eats cookbook 19.6.2020 L.A. Times - Food & Dining

Plus, S.O.L. cafe opens in Weho

These two L.A. chefs aren't staying quiet. Their meals are fueling a revolution against racism 19.6.2020 L.A. Times - Food & Dining

Danielle Elizabeth Stevens and Rogelio Stevens are fighting racism, one home-cooked meal at a time.

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Alvin Cailan, the chef behind Eggslut, has a new burger and butcher shop in Chinatown 18.6.2020 L.A. Times - Food & Dining

Amboy Quality Meats & Delicious Burgers opened in the former Chego space in late May.

Syria faces financial ruin as U.S. imposes fresh sanctions 18.6.2020 LA Times: Nation

Fresh U.S. sanctions known as the Caesar Syria Civilian Protection Act began Wednesday.

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Letters to the Editor: Why a grading system for businesses won't halt the spread of COVID-19 17.6.2020 LA Times: Opinion

Someone who eats at a poorly rated restaurant can't spread food poisoning. In contrast, a customer of a business that does not take coronavirus precautions puts others at risk.

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