Driving through Hollywood during the middle of coronavirus quarantine this giant green sign reading “Who Buys The Con?” stopped me in my tracks. And since COVID-19 is the only thing
As the coronavirus lockdown has continued on week after never ending week in Los Angeles, one thing has become clear. There is no such thing as a “non-essential” business.
If someone had told me I would one day get a photo of Grauman’s Chinese Theatre with no people in the shot, I wouldn’t have believed them.
Famous for heaping portions of classic American fare and long, the Original Pantry Restaurant in downtown Los Angeles is deserted during the coronavirus quarantine.
If you are looking to get out and get some space someplace more exciting than the block surrounding your home during the coronavirus quarantine, you may feel you have no options.
As the coronavirus quarantine ravages Los Angeles in terms of economic damage, we also find that we can see things we never thought we would see in this crowded city.
Last September I went with a friend of mine to a “climate change” protest rally in Beverly Hills. I couldn’t help but notice that the majority of the signs the protesters were holding had nothing to do with global warming… excuse me, I mean climate change. Instead most of them said something to the effect that capitalism and or democracy must end for the sake of the earth.
As the COVID-19 quarantine and restrictions have increasingly been made stricter across Los Angeles, I’m routinely finding what I read in the papers or see on the news is in direct contrast with what I see with my own eyes.
For the first time in the history of Los Angeles, churches will be empty on Easter Sunday due to coronavirus quarantines.