On Sunday, the New York State Liquor Authority issued violations for 24 city establishments that violated social distancing guidelines, according to Gov. Andrew Cuomo’s office. The state has also reportedly opened an investigation into a July 25 outdoor charity concert in the Hamptons that was attended by more than 2,000 people. As of this weekend, the total number of pandemic-related charges in the state had hit 503, according to ABC News. … [Read more...] about How Is New York Having Crazy Parties With No COVID Surge?
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“Initially it was a nice, simple, bright line — either you’re 18 or not. Like a tanning bed or voting, you can’t get a waiver from your parents,” said Sarah Bradshaw of the Feminist Majority, which promotes equality for women. “We’re hoping that people in the Assembly will put teeth back in it.” … [Read more...] about Effort to bar child marriage in California runs into opposition
The Gelson's Kitchen also offers pre-prepped chile, to-go items, including Hatch Chile Cornbread, Hatch Egg Salad, Hatch Chile/Grilled Corn/Heirloom Tomato Salad and Hatch Macaroni & Cheese, the newly added Hatch Shrimp and Cheese Quesadilla, and from the meat department: Hatch Chile Chicken Sausage; Hatch Chile Bratwursts; and Hatch Chile Chicken Chorizo. … [Read more...] about New Mexico Hatch Green Chiles: Now At Gelson’s In Rancho Mirage
"As of today we must announce on July 13 we will not be able to allow restaurants to operate indoors as we had planned nor will we be able to allow bars to open outdoors on July 13," Breed said in a virtual press conference. "We continue to evaluate the information and to make the decision. If we see the numbers stabilize or decline we will re-evaluate that information to determine what businesses can open. ….We have no choice. We are living in COVID." … [Read more...] about San Francisco pushes back reopening timeline for indoor dining, outdoor bars
One poster suggested skirting what few protections there are for renters by offering “cash for keys to any of your non-paying tenants. I am doing that with one tomorrow and hope the tenant takes me up on it,” the Los Angeles landlord wrote. “The eviction moratorium may have expired but courts are going to be backed up for months dealing with a flood of evictions which could cost a landlord far more money than simply paying the tenants off and moving on... not to mention evictions cost money.” … [Read more...] about Aggressive New Guerrilla Tactics Target America’s Eviction Machine