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Maskless Outdoor Concerts Are Back for Summer

"We follow the guidelines for how you need to show proof and accept that the proof is the proof. You do the best you can do."

Los Angeles County health officials lifted mask restrictions for vaccinated patrons this week for venues, just in time for summer. But many are still grappling with how to handle the newfound freedom.

Taking aim at big tech, lawmakers push sweeping antitrust overhaul.

Sony Music launches 'Legacy Unrecouped Balance Program.'

NASA will land payloads on the far side of the moon for the first time

Amazon pushes further into top-tier sports with French soccer.

Amazon, eBay fight legislation that would unmask third-party sellers.

Uber and Lyft fares are soaring in L.A.

The Return of LA Concerts, Sports and Performances

Beginning Tuesday vaccinated people can go maskless at concerts, sports events and indoor performance venues, opening the door for a return to a pre-pandemic summer.

TX Zhuo is the 'Accidental Entrepreneur' Behind Fika Ventures' $77M Fund

Fika Ventures co-founder TX Zhuo talks with L.A. Venture podcast about how he approaches investing, where and when he's willing to bet big on a startup, and what he sees as the future of venture capital.

Triller Launches 'TrillerPass' Subscription Service

"TrillerPass" will cost $29.99 per month or $299.95 per year and include live footage from Triller Fight Club (boxing), TrillerFest (concerts), Verzuz (rap battles) and BIG3 (basketball).

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