Joel Rodriguez

Ridgecrest resident

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As more businesses are slowly opening back up, and more vaccinated people are stepping outside of their bubble, KCRW asked listeners who have received their shots: How are you living…

For this dad, getting vaccinated meant a trip to the zoo with his daughter

As more businesses are slowly opening back up, and more vaccinated people are stepping outside of their bubble, KCRW asked listeners who have received their shots: How are you living…

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ArcLight and Pacific Theater locations all over LA and the country are closed for good now.

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