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LA City Council calls for increase in rental assistance resources
6/10/2021 1:14:08 PM

LOS ANGELES—Los Angeles City Councilman Mark Ridley-Thomas spoke Tuesday about the need for federal aid and a "Right to Housing" ahead of the City Council's approval of a resolution to support any legislation that increases rental assistance resources, including housing vouchers, to help the region address its homelessness crisis. "We need to aggressively seek a new paradigm of federal legislation that would effectively support our attempt to scale up our response to this crisis. I think all of us recognize and appreciate that we have to do more, but we cannot and...

Cops squabble as former SoCal tourist destination overrun by homeless
6/10/2021 1:10:09 PM

VENICE—The growing political battle over homelessness on Venice Beach escalated Tuesday, with City Councilman Mike Bonin lashing out at Sheriff Alex Villanueva's plan to dispatch deputies to Ocean Front Walk—outside his agency's jurisdiction—to meet with the homeless and begin an effort to clear the encampment. Villanueva told reporters Monday deputies will talk to people residing in an encampment at the beach to determine what they are doing to move from being homeless to having a place to stay. He said the homelessness crisis within Los Angeles city limits...

Will we be served coffee in Heaven?
6/10/2021 9:45:58 AM

By Dr. James L. Snyder   The last several weeks have truly been hectic in every sense of the word. Trying to catch up can be a never-ending job. When I think I’m caught up, I see another thing I need to do. I have learned that kicking the can down the street only hurts your big toe. With so much to do lately, it's hard to prioritize what should come first. The one thought rattling through my brain is, will anybody know if I don't do this job? It doesn’t have to rattle too long before I come to the answer to that inquiry. If I don't do a certain...

Savvy Senior - Coping with COVID-exacerbated Tinnitus
6/10/2021 9:31:23 AM

Dear Savvy Senior, I’ve had mild tinnitus—ringing in my ears—for years, but when I got COVID in January it got worse. Are there any treatments you know of or can recommend that can help? Almost 60   Dear Almost, Unfortunately, new research indicates that tinnitus, a common hearing problem that affects around 50 million Americans, may be worsened by COVID-19 or possibly even triggered by it. Here’s what you should know along with some tips and treatments that may help.    What is Tinnitus?      ...

Sotomayor: Americans need to take critical look at policing
5/26/2021 6:05:05 PM

By Jessica Gresko   WASHINGTON (AP)—As communities nationwide are re-examining law enforcement practices, Supreme Court Justice Sonia Sotomayor says Americans should think critically about how they want police to interact with citizens. Sotomayor said that what “we as a society accept in the name of justice” is an “incredibly important topic of discussion.” And, she said, “it's one that people should not discuss or think they need to discuss as a 'Do I respect the police or not?' It has nothing to do with respect for the police or...

GOP lawmakers cowed by constituents into insurrection collusion?
5/26/2021 6:03:30 PM

By LRon Brooks   THE STICKS—Life can be pretty interesting if you stop following whatever the competing popular/media narratives are and start paying actual individual attention to specific stuff. Stuff like facts and things. There’s no end of facts and things out there once you think to start looking for them. THEN they become uncomfortably impossible to miss. Or dismiss. Like the other week when I said I thought Mel Gibson’s time in the pop culture penalty box ought to be given a fresh hearing in the court of public opinion. Like this morning, in an effort...

Helping hunger take a summer break
5/26/2021 5:36:14 PM

By Marian Wright Edelman FOUNDER AND PRESIDENT EMERITA   Summer is right around the corner marking the end of another school year. But summer break this year has been disrupted for millions of children and positive alternatives to the streets may be lacking. Many children unable to return to school or full-time child care face long hot summer days ahead without enough to look forward to. The struggle of many families has been exacerbated by the pandemic. Food pantries face long lines across our nation. As of March 2021, 1 in 7 households with children reported they lacked enough...

Volunteers Wanted: Rebuilding small businesses
5/19/2021 3:54:20 PM

Are you a successful corporate executive with deep business knowledge? Or a social media maven who guided a corporate brand to big time success? Maybe, you’re a public speaker and trainer that can inspire small business owners to climb to new heights of success. Or a savvy entrepreneur who has launched successful startups? If so, then consider volunteering with SCORE, the nation’s largest network of volunteer, expert business mentors and help small businesses recover from the economic devastation wrought by the COVID-19 pandemic. “Your skills are valuable, needed and...

LAPD Chief wants removal of officer who shared post mocking George Floyd
5/19/2021 3:48:23 PM

LOS ANGELES—The Los Angeles Police Department internally identified an employee who distributed a Valentine's Day-themed social media post mocking the death of George Floyd, and Chief Michel Moore said Tuesday that he has recommended the person be fired. Moore told the city's Police Commission on Tuesday that identifying the employee responsible is prohibited by state law, but the person was referred to the department's Board of Rights, its disciplinary appeal board. He clarified to commissioners that when a person is referred to the Board of Rights, they're...

What parents need to know about Pfizer's COVID-19 vaccine and adolescents 12 to 15
5/19/2021 3:18:36 PM

By Dr. Jerry P. Abraham   As a physician of color, when the COVID-19 vaccines were developed, I immediately understood the importance of taking down every barrier to ensure they were made available to black and brown communities. As a vaccines advocate, I am excited The U.S. Food and Drug Administration (FDA) extended the authorization of the Pfizer-BioNTech vaccine to ages 12 to 15 and that the Centers for Disease Control and Prevention’s (CDC) vaccine safety review panel and the Western States Scientific Safety Review Workgroup recommended that the vaccine is safe and...