LA Cancels Halloween & All Related Events
NY Post– Traditional Halloween activities like trick-or-treating, parties, festivals and haunted houses won’t be permitted throughout Los Angeles this fall due to the risk of contracting or spreading COVID-19, health officials announced.
“Door to door trick or treating is not allowed because it can be very difficult to maintain proper social distancing on porches and at front doors especially in neighborhoods that are popular with trick or treaters,” the new guidance reads.
Also banned this year is so-called “trunk or treating,”where children get candy and other treats from cars instead of doorsteps…
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The Majority Of Americans Under 30 Are Living With Their Parents
— John Gramlich (@johngramlich) September 4, 2020
As of July, 52% of millennials were living in their parents’ home, up from 47% in February, according to the Pew analysis of Census Bureau data, surpassing the previous high hit in 1940, when 48% of young adults lived with their parents.
“In a very short space of time, we are now at levels last seen during the Great Depression,” said Richard Fry, a senior researcher at Pew.
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Why Does Dr.Dre’s Ex-wife Need $2 Million A Month?
Dr. Dre’s and his wife of close to 25 years, Nicole Young, are currently in the midst of divorce proceedings with Dre’s $1 billion empire hanging in the balance.
Young claims that the prenup she signed when she and Dre got married is invalid because, well, he ripped it up. But that was just a gesture and not a legal action. Young explains in divorce papers why she needs $2 MILLION A MONTH to get by while the divorce proceedings take place.
• Laundry and cleaning: $10,000 a month
• Clothes: $135,000 a month
• Education (tuition and living expenses): $60,000 a month
• Entertainment: $900,000 a month
• Charitable contributions: $125,000 a month
• Mortgage: $100,000 a month
• Telephone, cell phone, e-mail: $20,000 a month
And she also wants $5 million to cover her attorney’s fees.