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    How is life in California?

    I always wonder how is life in california, i've always wanted to live there but i don't know how things are there, i've heard about people who have moved there and have ended up homeless or have ended up paying more rent than where they used to live before.

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    Why do Southern Californians like Disneyland so much ?

    I moved from Chicago to LA right before the pandemic. One thing I found out is that a lot of people in Southern California like Disneyland despite living here 

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    Why is the address of many cities in LA labeled Los Angeles, instead of their city name?

    For example, I did a job in Culver City, but the address was under "Los Angeles, CA" not under "Culver City, CA"

    Why?

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    What areas in LA should I avoid?

    I grew up in a safe city in the east Bay Area. I’ve lived in Orange County for a while in Irvine, but also in Costa Mesa and Santa Ana for a bit which arent great neighborhoods. I’m gonna be moving to LA closer to my university so I wanted to know which areas to avoid and etc. What do you think of these places?

    Culver City

    Mid Wilshire

    Encino

    North ridge 

    Dtla (ik this ones risky)

    West Hollywood 

    Any recs would be good 

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    Where Can I Stay In Los Angeles Lost Everything During Covid Homeless.?

    Where can I go in Los Angeles Even If It’s A Shelter Where Can I Stay In Tell I Get Back On My Feet I Am Homeless An Lost Everything Due To The Covid 😭 Please Some One Help Me. 

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    do monkeys live in malibu california?

    i heard they have a zoo. 

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    Would you be planning a vacation for July/August right now given COVID19 is still here?

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    If someone in your group catches covid and you have all been staying in close quarters in a hotel, then you ALL HAVE TO QUARANTINE.

    The reason why covid numbers are skyrocketing is because people are not quarantining when they are supposed to.

    Of course, you can still vacation with covid going on. 

    - Millions of people fly on a plane every week and there is less than 100 cases of covid attributed to airline travel.

    You get covid from CLOSE CONTACT = within 6ft for over 15min within a 24 hour period. 

    95% of covid transmission occurs indoors.

    We all know that tomorrow is not guaranteed and although we hope "there is always next year" we don't know that for a fact.  So feel free to travel as long as you continue doing what you need to do so that you don't put others at risk. 

    Have fun!

    9 Answers3 months ago
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    How crowded is Los Angeles these days?

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    Los Angeles is the second most populous city in the country, so it does indeed tend to get rather crowded in some areas.  Perhaps a bit less so due to Covid-19, but since restrictions are being lifted I expect that to change.

    Torrance and Redondo Beach are not necessarily too bad.  Lots of good Asian restaurants in Torrance (I recommend the Shin-Sen-Gumi Izakaya off Crenshaw and 185th Street) and Redondo has the King Harbor pier (used to do trivia at Barney's Beanery before Covid-19, but now it is closed - Shrimp Lover is pretty good if you like Thai-Viet-Cajun crawfish boils, if they survived the pandemic).  I suggest finding RAT beach ("right after Torrance" or "Redondo and Torrance") and Malaga Cove for some less crowded beaches if you are into that sort of thing.  There are also tide pools in Palos Verdes off Paseo del Mar that are pretty cool.  Long Beach is probably going to be far more crowded than Torrance or Redondo.  However, I do sometimes go out to 2nd Street near Belmont Shore for restaurants, and now that outdoor dining is being allowed again, I will probably go out more.  There's a good Italian place called Domenico's that I enjoy.  That being said, Long Beach, Torrance, and Redondo Beach are very much laid back beach, foodie, and residential cities.  Other than that there is not necessarily all that much that you wouldn't find in other places.  The latter two are more places I'd want to live than necessarily visit.  As a tourist, there are other places you might find more entertaining.  I like the beaches in Orange County, particularly Crescent Beach in the Newport/Laguna Beach area if you can find it.  The area around Staples Center has got some neat places and there are museums on the Miracle Mile and near the intersection of Alameda and Temple, if you are into that.  

    5 Answers3 months ago
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    Where can I get an appt. for vaccine at 69 yrs. old?

    I live in Los Angeles, CA

    5 Answers3 months ago
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    Did Hollywood destroy California?

    10 Answers3 months ago
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    Have you Ever Been To Hollywood California?

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    As it happens I'm there right now, in my house. 

    5 Answers3 months ago
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    What is life in California really like? ?

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    It's a huge state.  Think the Carolina's to the tip of Florida or to Boston.  So to group the entire state together just isn't reasonable.  

    It does have snow.  In fact, it hosted the winter olympics in 1960.  Asking if a place is strange to not have snow is odd.  Most of the world would ask what it's like to live in a place that does have snow.  

    Most areas, especially larger cities and surrounding places, are expensive compared to other parts of the country.  Wages are higher in general, but that doesn't offset the high taxes and housing.  If you have good skills, you can do alright.  2 incomes in the house is often what helps.  If you don't have desired skills, then you're competing at the bottom of the pay scales.  Those lower pay scales is what really is difficult compared to other cheaper areas.

    What is best is a matter of opinion.  For me, the cultural diversity (including people and food) is huge.  The diversity of climate is wonderful as well.  From the beach to skiing can be just a couple hours plus you have great deserts, national parks, rafting, etc.  Some would say the weather, but it's everything else that makes the weather enjoyable for me; not the other way around.

    8 Answers4 months ago
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