'It's Heartbreaking': ArcLight Cinemas, Pacific Theatres Closing Permanently Due To Pandemic LossesArcLight Cinemas and Pacific Theatres will not reopen due to losses suffered during the pandemic. The news comes just one week after Los Angeles County allowed movie theaters to increase capacity.
'A Sense Of Relief': Restaurant Owners Say They're Optimistic As COVID Restrictions EaseWith more people becoming eligible for COVID-19 vaccine, and restrictions on businesses lifting, restaurant owners say they're feeling optimistic.
Judge Authorizes Burbank To Disconnect Electricity From Tinhorn Flats, Denies Request To Padlock DoorsA judge Friday authorized the city of Burbank to disconnect the electricity to Tinhorn Flats for remaining open in defiance of a court order issued Monday, the city said in a statement.
Judge Orders Burbank's Tinhorn Flats To Close, Denies City's Request To Shut Off ElectricityA judge has issued a temporary restraining order against the owners of Tinhorn Flats that requires the restaurant to close, the city of Burbank announced Monday.
Some Experiencing Increased Anxiety As Reopening Plans Come Into FocusIt has been almost one year since the COVID-19 pandemic turned the world upside down. And now, the reality of heading back to work and school is daunting for many.
Burbank Council Votes To Take Legal Action Against Tinhorn FlatsThe Burbank City Council Tuesday unanimously voted to take legal action against Tinhorn Flats in an effort to close the restaurant.
Six Flags Magic Mountain Announces Spring ReopeningSix Flags Magic Mountain Friday announced that it plans to reopen to guests this spring with rides.
Local Brewery, Restaurant Owners Feel They Have Been Vilified By Health Inspectors During PandemicBravery Brewing owner Brian Avary spoke out Monday about a video that showed the moment a Los Angeles County health inspector tried to shut down his Lancaster brewery.
Supreme Court Says California Can’t Ban Indoor Worship Due To COVIDThe Supreme Court is telling California it can’t enforce a ban on indoor church services because of the coronavirus pandemic.
Long Beach Restaurant Owner Facing Criminal Charges Over COVID-19 ViolationsThe kitchen was open and lunch was being served this week on the patio of Restauration in Long Beach despite the notice of closure hanging from the front door.
Salons Join Lawsuit Demanding Newsom Allow Businesses To ReopenSalon owner Dino Ballin said Friday that he was fed up with the state's stay-at-home order banning non-essential businesses like his from opening.
Apple Re-Closing LA Stores Due To Surge In COVID CasesApple will close several of its stores across Southern California in response to a sharp rise in coronavirus cases.
Lawsuit Challenges LA County Health Order Keeping Malls ClosedThe lawsuit alleges that the local order inflicts undue hardship on thousands of Angelenos whose livelihoods depends on operating their businesses within enclosed malls
Costa Mesa Business Donating Acrylic Barriers To Shops In NeedBest Framing is donating $5,000 worth of acrylic barriers to local businesses and will provide new signage so they are in compliance and ready to reopen as soon as they get the green light from the county.