Los Angeles County tattoo shops, including at least four in Long Beach, have reopened for business in the wake of an ongoing lawsuit against the state. The lawyer representing tattoo shop owners, however, said the state will make an official announcement regarding tattoo businesses Tuesday.
The V Room announced its soft opening will be Friday, Oct. 16 and a grand opening, Saturday, the 17th.
“Obviously, there are a lot of really crazy, important issues going on right now but since I’m an artist, I feel like it’s my top priority to preserve the art world, regardless of the field.”
“We encourage everyone to shut off the television and go for a walk while putting some good in the world.”
The Retro Row mainstay will be operating with limited hours, Thursday through Sunday.
Approximately 40,000 employees across the U.S. will be impacted by the closures.
The emergency fund for the California Restaurant Association has been around for just two years and helped over 1,140 restaurant workers.
The city is launching a new food security program that will “benefit a broad segment of the community and has the potential to serve approximately 100,000 individuals, while remaining cost-effective.”
It’s offering more than 10 hours of (almost) live music online.
“We may not know 100% if it’s going to help, but at this point, what other options do we have?”