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Homeless people are moved to a luxury downtown LA hotel amid Little Tokyo cleanup

Homeless people left Little Tokyo homeless encampment to stay in luxury hotel People displaced by the city of Los Angeles after staying in the Little Tokyo homeless encampment will have the option of staying in a 5-star hotel as a temporary solution. LOS ANGELES – A large homeless encampment in Little Tokyo is now empty. As crews clear and fence ...

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City begins closing Little Tokyo homeless camp amid protests – Daily News

By MARGARET SHUTTLEWORTH | city ​​news service LOS ANGELES — The city of Los Angeles began removing an encampment from a plaza in Little Tokyo on Thursday before closing and fencing it to the public — drawing protests from local homeless advocacy groups, but also a defense passionate councilor Kevin de León. De León, who represents the plaza area, says ...

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The Spring Breakers are back, even if they burn a hole in their wallets

Spring break is hotter than ever, but it comes at a cost. Travel experts have seen an increase in vacationers planning a post-Omicron getaway. But gasoline prices are at record highs and airfares continue to rise amid inflation. Loading Something is loading. The spring breakers are about to go wild – with their money. After two years of spring fun, ...

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Kate Hudson in swimsuit says “It’s the weekend” — Celebwell

Kate Hudson looks great on social media and has a selection of looks to suit her Friday/Saturday mood! The 42-year-old actress shared a series of swimsuit photos with her Instagram followers. “It’s almost the weekend….🏖 1, 2, 3, 4, 5 OR 6?” she said, referring to each pair. How the actress and entrepreneur, who recently wrapped filming Knives Out 2 ...

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Spokane Airport Adds Nonstop Service to Burbank, Calif., with New Airline Avelo

Spokane International Airport has added a new nonstop route to Burbank, Calif., through a partnership with a budding low-cost airline. Tickets to Southern California are already available through Houston-based Avelo Airlines. Flights aboard Avelo to and from Spokane will operate Wednesdays and Fridays starting at $69 one way. Avelo’s maiden flight from Spokane is scheduled for May 25. Avelo was ...

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Hockey has a lot of problems. The Stars’ “Noche Mexicana” was not one of them.

If you’re reading this, you’re probably a hockey fan. But hockey fandom can sometimes be a tough sell, given the culture of the NHL and North American hockey. It’s the sport where the likes of Mike Milbury and Jeremy Roenick make sexist comments. Where Akim Aliu was racially assaulted by his head coach, Jordan Subban by an opposing player and ...

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Davide Barnes has been appointed Director of Operations at Destination Residences Hawaiʻi in Kaua’i

Destination Residences Hawaiʻi announces the appointment of Davide Barnes as Director of Operations for The Lodge at Kukuiʻula, a luxury beachfront resort nestled in the exclusive 1,010-acre community of Kukuiʻula on Kauaʻi’s South Shore. Barnes is responsible for the successful day-to-day operations of guest experience, housekeeping and maintenance services, and cultivating landlord relationships and acquisitions. Barnes’ outstanding hospitality career began ...

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🌱 Pizzeria Mozza arsonist pleads guilty + Barclay hotel fire

Happy Tuesday, neighbours; today is world music therapy day! Let’s start today on an enlightened note. Here’s everything you need to know about what’s happening in Los Angeles today. A the arsonist will be condemned in June. Also first floor of hotel on S. Main St. burned down. Ultimately, Vision zero fails to live up to its function. First, today’s ...

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A trip to Paris is now cheaper than visiting Disneyland

It may be cheaper to go see the Eiffel Tower than to meet Mickey Mouse. Disney’s astronomical price hikes have made visiting Disneyland in Anaheim, California more expensive than traveling to Paris and going to Disney in Marne le Vallee, France, 15 miles away, according to a new report. This month, KTLA, a local California news outlet, said that in ...

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Sometimes it’s cheaper for Californians to visit a park in Paris than in Anaheim

FRESNO, Calif. (KSEE/KGPE) – Some say Disneyland is an expensive place to visit, but sometimes there may be a cheaper way to visit Mickey and the Gang. For two adults leaving Los Angeles, it turns out that, working the numbers, a six-night visit to Disneyland Paris (including flights to the French capital) is sometimes cheaper than a six-night visit to ...

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Charlie Chaplin’s Visit, Police Murder Marked Ontario’s Casa Blanca Hotel – Daily Bulletin

My column last month on the former Casa Blanca hotel in Ontario inspired comments from some who remember the grand hotel’s long decline before its demolition in 1998, as well as a local tragedy that captured national attention. But first, the Casa Blanca’s brightest claim: Charlie Chaplin once stayed there. I mentioned this before, but didn’t have any details, which ...

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The Who Announce 2022 ‘The Who Hit Back’ Tour Dates

The Who have announced a series of concert dates in 2022, billed as Who Hits Back! The tour will begin April 22 in Ft. Lauderdale and conclude November 5 in Las Vegas. These are the first full band performances for The Who since February 2020. The Who will once again be joined by an orchestra at each performance, which will ...

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Request for apartments in Long Beach Climbs

Onni Group of Cos. plans to redevelop a shopping center at 6500 E. Pacific Coast Highway into a multi-family property. Multi-family properties in Long Beach are in high demand. The area’s apartment occupancy rate was 97.1% in the third quarter of 2021, the highest in 11 years of research provided by Newmark Group Inc.This gain is despite 421 new units ...

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These holiday screens flicker through early 2022 – NBC Los Angeles

What there is to know Several outdoor exhibitions and events will continue until early January 2022 Some are free, others require a ticket in advance; check ahead and buy before you go, if admission is required Lightscape at LA Arboretum sparkles through January 16, 2022; adult tickets are priced from $ 32 to $ 30 Christmas carols are of all ...

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5 things to know for December 14

Editor’s Note: Some related articles may be behind subscription payment walls. MGM Resorts International announced that it has reached an agreement sell the activities of The Mirage Hotel & Casino to Hard Rock International for $ 1.075 billion in cash, reports HNN’s Terence Baker. The resort’s casino real estate is owned by MGM Resorts’ spin-off real estate investment trust, MGM ...

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BUILD Talks: A Conversation with Griffin Living

This article is brought to you by Griffin Living. The article is based on an interview that took place during a live question-and-answer session with Paul Griffin, CEO of Griffin Living, based in Calabasas, Calif. The interview took place at the Senior Housing News BUILD event in Chicago on November 18, 2021. The interview has been edited for length and ...

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Famous December 6, 2021 birthday list features celebrity Judd Apatow

Best Celebrity Birthdays December 6, 2021 Birthday wishes go out to Judd Apatow and all the other celebrities with birthdays today. Check out our slideshow below to see photos of famous people turning one year older on December 6, and learn an interesting fact about each one. Elizabeth McLaughlin, SAG Awards Committee Member, Gabrielle Carteris, SAG-AFTRA President, Danai Gurira, America ...

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Utah Olympic bid supporters have to wait a little longer for IOC audience

Supporters of Utah’s bid to bring the Winter Games back to the state in 2030 or 2034 will not travel to Switzerland to sit for the first time with officials from the International Olympic Committee as soon as they had hoped so after their meeting was postponed. to December. “It’s just part of an ongoing dialogue that’s very flexible,” said ...

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Book the dates of these holiday events – Presse Entreprise

Welcome to the first edition of Vacances et Nuits. Were Charlie Vargas and Vanessa Franko of the Southern California News Group Entertainment Team, and we’ll be the elves in your inbox this holiday season, sharing what you need to know to celebrate. (Here’s how you can sign up to receive Holidays & Nights in your inbox.) The pandemic isn’t over, ...

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Garcetti says he has “symptoms of fever and head cold”

Los Angeles Mayor Eric Garcetti has a fever and symptoms of a common cold and expects to be back in Los Angeles next weekend, he told his staff on Thursday in an email. Garcetti, who tested positive for the coronavirus this week, isolates himself in a hotel room in Glasgow, Scotland. In the email, reviewed by The Times, Garcetti told ...

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Sports News Roundup: Cleveland team sued by roller derby team over Guardians name change; Panthers overtake Bruins to stay undefeated & more

Here is a summary of current sports news. Qatar signs agreement with Accor to manage accommodation for World Cup supporters Qatar has entrusted Europe’s largest hotel group Accor with the management of apartments and villas that will house fans visiting Qatar during next year’s World Cup, the organizing committee of the cup. Qatar’s Supreme Committee for Delivery and Inheritance said ...

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Shopoff Realty Investments and Contour Secure Entitlement Approvals for Dream Las Vegas on the Las Vegas Strip

Posted: October 21, 2021 at 9:35 a.m. EDT|Update: 2 hours ago LAS VEGAS, October 21, 2021 / PRNewswire / – Joint venture partners Shopoff Realty Investments (Shopoff) and Contour announced today that they have successfully secured the rights necessary for the full development of Dream Las Vegas, paving the way for the next step the completion of a new full-service ...

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Durst faces judgment day in murder of his best friend | California News

By BRIAN MELLEY, Associated Press LOS ANGELES (AP) – Robert Durst’s hotly contested murder trial spanned nearly two years. His sentence will be relatively short and may lack the fireworks that have erupted between the lead prosecutor and the defense attorney. The eccentric New York real estate heir faces a life sentence without parole Thursday for the first degree murder ...

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Reviews | How “opportunity zones” became a tax loophole for the rich

Congress inserted a provision into the 2017 tax bill that led to the creation of 8,764 tax havens across the United States, called “opportunity zones.” With a capital gains tax break sold as a way to get the rich to invest in poor neighborhoods, opportunity zones appear to offer more opportunities for the rich to reduce their taxes than to ...

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Rising Clippers star Terance Mann quickly finds stardom

Something was wrong, key information was withheld, and Terance Mann suspected to be waiting in the hallway of a luxury Beverly Hills hotel this month. The clues had accumulated. His mother, Daynia La-Force, had invited him to the hotel, which was a reason in itself to go, but obviously few other reasons were given. A man leading Mann to a ...

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78% less local vote metrics in California November 2 polls than average since 2009 – Ballotpedia News

On November 2, voters in 15 different cities, school districts and special districts in 10 different California counties will decide on 16 local voting measures. The average number of local vote metrics in California on the November ballot in odd-numbered years since 2009 was 74. In 2019, there were 45 and in 2017, there were 62. One measure concerns election ...

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Springboard Hospitality Expands Presence in Florida and Welcomes Neptune Resort to Fort Myers Beach in Partnership with Continental Hospitality Group

LOS ANGELES, October 6, 2021 / PRNewswire / – Springboard Hospitality, a leading hotel management company with 38 independent and branded properties in the United States, today announced the addition of The Neptune Resort to Fort Myers Beach, Florida to its growing portfolio. With Springboard Hospitality’s industry-leading hotel management platform, The Neptune Resort will continue to thrive as a beach ...

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Pebblebrook Hotel Trust (NYSE: PEB) CEO sells 20,000 shares

Pebblebrook Hotel Trust (NYSE: PEB) CEO Jon E. Bortz sold 20,000 shares of the company in a transaction dated Wednesday, September 29. The stock was sold for an average price of $ 24.75, for a total value of $ 495,000.00. The transaction was disclosed in a file with the Securities & Exchange Commission, accessible through this link. PEB shares traded ...

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The road to recovery for the hotel industry in the United States

COVID-19 has taken its toll around the world. However, few industries have been hit harder than the US hotel industry. The hospitality industry in the United States has also been slow to recover, lost an incredible number of jobs and continues to face depressed room rates. How will the US hotel market recover? What is the path hoteliers can take? ...

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Up to 25% off rooms at Ace hotels this summer

It is not often a hotel affair that catches our attention, corn anything in an Ace hotel is usually the exception. Their latest pan-property sale has rooms up to 25 percent off, which means trips to London, Panama City and New Orleans may be in your future. Traveler wrote at length about how Ace actually nailed the millennial traveler. In ...

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Accommodation expert says Sedona hotel stays could drop

To say that the past year was a roller coaster for the accommodation industry might be an understatement. For example, as some tourist destinations have been decimated by the ongoing COVID-19 pandemic over the past 18 months, the city of Sedona has had its best year ever in terms of sales and tax revenue generated. But with continued concern about ...

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Community groups want Pershing Square renamed for LA civil rights figure James Lewis – CBS Los Angeles

LOS ANGELES (CBSLA) – A coalition of community organizations is calling for Pershing Square in downtown Los Angeles to be renamed in honor of civil rights figure and pastor, James Lewis. (credit: CBS) The Outer Square, a rather small public park adjacent to the Millennium Biltmore Hotel in Los Angeles, has been the scene of a number of big political ...

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New rock band Moon Walker drops truth to power

Harry Springer and his fellow Colorado-based band The Midnight Club bet on the stakes and moved to Los Angeles last year for what they thought was greener pastures for a rock and roll band. The move was, unfortunately, just before the pandemic hit. “Our timing was terrible,” he says. “We’re just waiting for our lease to expire.” With the brakes ...

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Savage x Fenty 2021 show: all the looks you must see

Have you ever wondered what happened to the Hotel Cortez de American Horror Story: Hotel? In Rihanna’s latest addition to the Savage x Fenty family, we get a glimpse of what goes on after-hours at one of Los Angeles’ most illustrious hotels. Models roam the halls, dancers twerk and twirl, and the Queen herself reigns on the perch from her ...

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Bayside Restaurant presents Jazz on the Bay on September 23 and 30

Bayside Restaurant is known for its live music every night, but Bayside has upped its game with the new Jazz on the Bay Supper Club series on Thursday September 23 and Thursday September 30. Held in Bayside’s covered outdoor patio, Jazz on the Bay features renowned local jazz artists paired with the delicious cuisine of Bayside. Alanna and those handsome ...

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Hotels, hires and offers, offers, offers !! – Commercial Observer

In 1999, the Ace Hotel was a former flophouse in Seattle’s Belltown neighborhood that the late Alex Calderwood and two friends saw possibilities in. Twenty-two years later, it’s a global, creative, hipster, culinary hospitality phenomenon with outposts in Palm Springs, Downtown LA, London, Nomad … and downtown Brooklyn! Commercial Observer got a glimpse of the 13-story, 287-room Stonehill Taylor-designed hotel ...

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California’s job growth triples that of the country

California added jobs at three times the nation’s rate last month as teachers returned to classrooms, entertainment venues reopened and summer vacationers traveled despite a spike in COVID infections -19. Salaried jobs in the state increased by 104,300 in August to a total of 16.63 million, accounting for 44% of employment growth in the United States, officials reported. The nation’s ...

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Governor Newsom announces 9.16.21 appointments

SACRAMENTO – Governor Gavin Newsom today announced the following appointments: Christina WH Wong, 54, from Chico, has been appointed to the Council of Professional Engineers, Land Surveyors and Geologists. Wong has been the Senior Program Coordinator at the Glenn County Health and Social Services Agency since 2002. She was a Mental Health Therapist at the Butte County Probation Department from ...

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Lowe Joint Venture acquires 3 hotels in the woods from Howard Hughes Corp.

THE WOODS, TX – A joint venture between Lowe and an institutional investor today announced the acquisition from The Howard Hughes Corporation® (NYSE: HHC) of three hotel assets located in The Woodlands®, an award-winning 28,500-acre planned community in the greater Houston area. The Woodlands Resort; The Westin at the Woodlands; and Embassy Suites by Hilton, The Woodlands at Hughes Landing ...

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Recall in California: the next big Democrat-GOP battle

Hello, California. It’s Thursday September 16. Recall the reminder? Gov. Gavin Newsom supporters hold up placards urging voters to vote ‘no’ on the recall during a campaign event in San Leandro on September 8, 2021. Photo by Anne Wernikoff, CalMatters No sooner had one recall battle ended than another began. Less than a day after Gov. Gavin Newsom defeated an ...

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Expedia Group Fall Travel Outlook Shows Demand Remains Strong

In its new version Fall Travel Outlook report, Expedia Group postulates that Americans now find themselves in a historic moment of moving from “when will the pandemic end?” “To” how do you learn to adapt? “ This spring and early summer saw vaccination rates rise and rates of COVID-19 cases falling across the country, states abandoned travel restrictions, and people ...

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Summer Stephan denounces false statement by LA DA regarding Sirhan Sirhan parole hearing –

August 28, 2021 Posted: August 28, 2021 Update: 8:40 KUSI press room LOS ANGELES (KUSI) – Sirhan Sirhan, who assassinated Senator Robert F. Kennedy in 1968 in Los Angeles, was recommended for parole on his 16th attempt, at a hearing without any representation from the agency that sued him – the Los Angeles County District Attorney’s Office. The ruling does ...

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Crews fight to stop the fire on Lake Tahoe

SOUTH LAKE TAHOE, Calif. (AP) – A California fire that ravaged hundreds of homes advanced toward Lake Tahoe on Wednesday as thousands of firefighters tried to lock themselves in the flames and tourists hoping to shoot boat or swim ended up watching a thick yellow haze of alpine landscapes. The Caldor fire was less than 20 miles east of the ...

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Matchups announced for the first Pac-12 Coast-to-Coast Challenge presented by MGM Resorts International

SAN FRANCISCO – Matches and televised details have been set for the inaugural Pac-12 Coast-to-Coast Challenge presented by MGM Resorts International, the conference announced today. In its first year, the challenge will feature a nationally televised men’s and women’s doubles program at T-Mobile Arena in Las Vegas on Sunday, December 19. pm PT on ABC. ARIZONA and Texas, participating in ...

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The most popular travel destinations in the United States in August, according to Google

While the ominous rise of the Delta variant has spoiled one in four U.S. travel plans for August, many are still set to go on the trip before summer is over. The latest travel research data Google shows that while hotel occupancy rates in the United States have recently declined, some destinations continue to earn massive search queries from potential ...

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Delta variant: Californian teenager tests positive for COVID breakthrough on move to University of Southern California

LOS ANGELES (KGO) – Today millions of students are moving from their homes to their dorms at colleges across the country. Bay Area freshman Edward Huang tested positive for COVID-19 on his first day on campus. The San Mateo High School graduate spoke to ABC7 News anchor Kristen Sze on “Getting Answers” about his experience with the unexpected diagnosis. According ...

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One month later, victims of LAPD fireworks explosion feel angry

Even before the Los Angeles Police Department blew up the southern LA residential block where her family had lived for nearly two years, life was hard and full of worry for Juana Oceguera. The 41-year-old mother of five could barely manage, working irregular hours in a t-shirt printing shop and cleaning homes to help pay the family’s $ 2,600 monthly ...

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Gang controls San Pedro hotel, city lawyer alleges in lawsuit – Daily Breeze

LOS ANGELES – The city attorney’s office has filed a nuisance reduction complaint against a San Pedro hotel that allegedly served as a long-time gang hangout and drug smuggling spot, prompting nearby residents to live in fear. The lawsuit in Los Angeles Superior Court on Thursday targets the Palos Verdes Inn Hotel, a 35-unit building in the 1000 block of ...

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Aimee Mann announces new LP, ‘Queens of the Summer Hotel’

Aimee Mann has announced a new album. On November 5, the singer / songwriter will be released Queens of the summer hotel Going through On me. The album includes songs written for a theatrical adaptation of Girl, Interrupted by Susannah Kaysen. The first single is called “Suicide is Murder”. Listen to it below. “I started writing this song because I ...

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‘We lost Greenville’: Dixie forest fire burns California town – National

A 3-week-old wildfire engulfed a small northern California mountain town, leveling most of its historic downtown area and leaving blocks of homes in ash as crews braced for another blast of flames Thursday in dangerous weather. The Dixie fire, swollen by dry vegetation and gusts of 64 km / h, raged in the community of Greenville in the northern Sierra ...

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UNITE HERE Locals 11 and 40 Call on US Government to Stop Forgiving Westmont Connected Paycheck Protection Program Loans

LOS ANGELES–(COMMERCIAL THREAD) – UNITE HERE Local 11, which represents 32,000 hospitality workers in Southern California, and UNITE HERE Local 40, which has more than 5,000 members in British Columbia, wrote to the US Small Business Administration to demand an immediate end to the cancellation of the $ 34 million loan. in the Paycheck Protection Program (“PPP”) loans linked to ...

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Vonage (NASDAQ: VG) demoted to sell at Zacks Investment Research

Vonage (NASDAQ: VG) has been downgraded from Zacks investment research from a “keep” note to a “sell” note in a research note issued to investors on Friday, Zacks.com reports. According to Zacks, “Vonage is redefining communications by providing consumers and small businesses with an affordable alternative to traditional phone service. The fastest growing telephone company in North America, Vonage’s service ...

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Nonprofit Converts Los Angeles Motels into Housing for Homeless Veterans

Los Angeles (KABC) – Many veterans are aware that the struggles of post-military life lead them to homelessness. About 3,900 of Los Angeles County’s more than 66,000 homeless people are U.S. veterans, according to the latest data on homelessness in 2020. Efforts are being made to help these vets by renovating unused hotels. For example, the Center Lake Hotel in ...

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