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Musicians Fret Over Future of Guitar Shop

Norman’s Rare Guitars, a San Fernando Valley shop long favored by some famous musicians, may be on its last legs due to the coronavirus, according to media reports.

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Amgen Grows Revenue in Pandemic

Amgen Inc. beat analyst expectations during the second quarter, despite the effects of the coronavirus on the health care industry.

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Residential Landlords Plan Protest Saturday

Small property owners plan to demonstrate Saturday in downtown Los Angeles, according to a Real Deal report.

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Three Counties Explore Forming Separate COVID-19 Region

Ventura, Santa Barbara and San Luis Obispo counties intend to petition the state to form a separate Central Coast region for the purpose of coronavirus pandemic regulation.

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Cheesecake Factory Slips on Earnings, Revenue

Cheesecake Factory missed Wall Street estimates for its fourth quarter earnings and revenue despite bouncing back nicely since the coronavirus routed its sales and stock price last spring.

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Slow Summer for Location Filming Since Reopening

FilmL.A. has processed about 34 percent of its usual application load since film and television production resumed in mid-June after being shut down due to coronavirus outbreak.

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Disneyland, California Adventure, to Reopen in April

Disneyland Park, closed for the past year due to the coronavirus pandemic, will reopen on April 30.

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City’s Loans Support Tech, Production

But restaurants receive bulk of money, tracker shows.

The City of Los Angeles has distributed nearly $6 million in small business microloans during the coronavirus outbreak.

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State Issues New Rules for Business Reopening Based on County Safety

Gov. Gavin Newsom unveiled statewide guidelines Friday that will allow businesses to reopen based on the severity of the coronavirus pandemic in their county.

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Arabian Awards Postponed; Fernando a ‘Maybe’

Because of the coronavirus pandemic, two well-known San Fernando Valley fall events – the Arabian and Fernando awards – will not be held in person this year. It is possible the Fernando Award will become a virtual ceremony.

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Universal Studios Cancels Halloween Horror Nights

Halloween Horror Nights has been cancelled this year at Universal Studios Hollywood in Universal City due to the coronavirus outbreak.

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Preview: Deal-Making in 2020

Valley companies grapple for position to profit in pandemic's aftermath.

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CSUN Victim of Data Hack

A cyberattack on software provider Blackbaud has resulted in the theft of customer data from California State University – Northridge.

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State Issues New Rules for Business Reopening Based on County Safety

Gov. Gavin Newsom unveiled statewide guidelines Friday that will allow businesses to reopen based on the severity of the coronavirus pandemic in their county.

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Laemmle Theaters Newhall Open for Business

Laemmle Theaters Newhall celebrated its grand opening Friday after extended delays caused by the coronavirus.

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CSUN Students Help JPL Research

Center integrates design and humanities with hard science.

Cal State Northridge students help on projects at Jet Propulsion Laboratory.

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US Nuclear Narrows Quarterly Loss

US Nuclear narrowed its net loss in the third quarter even as its revenue decreased due to the coronavirus pandemic.

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Light Firm Sees Bonanza in Pandemic

Nightclubs and concert halls rush to remodel their fixtures.

As live events around the country remain on pause due to the coronavirus pandemic, venues are finding an opportunity to remodel or refurbish old fixtures.

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SoCalGas Funds Grocery Giveaway

Food Share hosts pop-up events to distribute staples.

A donation from utility SoCalGas funded two drive-through meal distribution events in Oxnard earlier this month in partnership with Food Share of Ventura County.

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Theme Park Stores Open

Disney and Universal resume shopping, dining.

NBCUniversal’s Universal Studios Hollywood and Walt Disney Co.’s California Adventure theme parks are reopening shops and restaurants as state regulations promise the reopening of all theme parks at limited capacity as soon as April 1.