Nearly a third of California’s restaurants went out of business and 1 million jobs were lost since the beginning of the pandemic. Now restaurants are struggling to rehire wait and kitchen staff. There are also ingredient shortages and new safety measures like QR-code menus and cashless policies.
Some LA restaurants struggle to hire staff and get out of financial hole
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LA restaurants struggle to recover from pandemic. One owner can’t find enough workers to fully reopen
Nearly a third of California’s restaurants went out of business and 1 million jobs were lost since the beginning of the pandemic. Now restaurants are struggling to rehire...
Japan declares state of emergency, bans Olympic spectators as COVID surges
After a surge of COVID-19 cases, Japan on Thursday declared a state of emergency in Tokyo, where the Olympics are set to begin in two weeks.
Online learning could continue next year for some California students
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Why white actors have historically worn Blackface — not the other way around
When Shakespeare scholar Ayanna Thompson’s son was in third grade, his class worked on a year-long project about an influential historical figure, and they dressed up as...