Jarrett Hill

journalist

Journalist

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A fight about masks on Nextdoor is typical of pandemic tensions. What’s not typical is that everyone in this fight agrees on the importance of wearing masks.

What a mask brawl on Nextdoor reveals about the human brain

A fight about masks on Nextdoor is typical of pandemic tensions. What’s not typical is that everyone in this fight agrees on the importance of wearing masks.

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For the past month, hair and nail salons in California have been able to reopen outdoors only, with masks and strict sanitary protocols in place.

Your barber misses you. Is it safe to get a haircut outdoors?

For the past month, hair and nail salons in California have been able to reopen outdoors only, with masks and strict sanitary protocols in place.

from Greater LA

The new academic year starts this week for students across Southern California. Typically, parents prepare by spending hundreds of dollars per child on supplies and clothes.

How COVID-19 upended back-to-school shopping

The new academic year starts this week for students across Southern California. Typically, parents prepare by spending hundreds of dollars per child on supplies and clothes.

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