They call it their “golden ticket” and include a photo of getting a shot, or a filled-out CDC card reminding them (and you) of their second shot appointment, which will give them eternal life.
We all fear the sweeper.
The Lenten experience has traditionally been a mostly Catholic endeavor, though other religions also practice it, as do dedicated atheists who treat the 40-day sacrifice as an abbreviated, non-secular New Year’s Resolution.
After five days in the hospital with a blood infection, our columnist writes that no statistic or pie chart can communicate the unimaginable of this pandemic, as the hospital patient—with or without COVID-19—is completely alone.
Cuando era joven creciendo en Long Beach, yo mismo causé mucho dolor. Lastimé a mi comunidad. Hablé el lenguaje de la violencia. Es hora de que la ciudad rompa este círculo vicioso.
As a young man growing up in Long Beach, I myself caused a lot of pain. I hurt my community. I spoke the language of violence. It’s time for the city to break this vicious cycle.
LA County public health director Barbara Ferrer offers pretty blunt buzz-killing advice: “Don’t organize a party at home, don’t go to a Super Bowl party.”
A story in the Post explained the long line of cargo ships waiting to enter the port. “Of course that’s the ‘official story,’ but is it the truth?” wonders one conspiracy enthusiast.
Harris assuming the nation’s second highest office is of enormous historical importance.
American history will continue to repeat itself until we learn from our checkered past.
The conversations and questions are uncomfortable but necessary.
It’s time for Americans to face who we are.
“The words of a president matters,” Biden said. “At best they can inspire; at worst they can incite.” “Worst” is what Trump does best, as he demonstrated Wednesday morning, our columnist Tim Grobaty writes.
We’re closer to Okinawa now than we are to a Queen Mary Island.
How hungry are you to help?
Discussion and disagreements regarding the disease basically involves politics vs. science vs. business, and in terms of the public’s acceptance of Newsom’s mandate, politics and business have trumped science.
My wife, daughter Hannah and I sitting at one end of the 12-foot bar and our son Ray at the other, all of us bound up in winter coats and masks while the sibling dogs Annie and Jasper beg and bark piteously for scraps.
Who’s going to fault a state lawmaker for taking a break from the grueling job of doing whatever it is he does on the mainland for a few days at Wailea Beach?
Just one meeting a month—one for November and one for December—is too cavalier of a pace for a city that is, like all American cities, in the midst of a very serious financial and health catastrophe.