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The Los Angeles Tourism Department partnered with curiosities and travel website Atlas Obscura for a first of its kind digital interactive map of L.A. County’s top attractions, just in time for the summer influx of tourists.

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The last two years have seen many companies in Los Angeles—and the rest of the world—to pivot to a remote- or hybrid-work model that has quickly become the new normal. But with COVID-19 cases trending down and mandates easing up, employers are now reassessing what work should look like moving forward—and what it could mean for L.A.’s tech and business communities.

On Wednesday, local business leaders and stakeholders gathered in Downtown L.A. to discuss these very topics at “The Future of Work: People, Places and Spaces,” a symposium hosted by the Pasadena-based nonprofit Alliance for SoCal Innovation and the Downtown Center Business Improvement District (DCBID).

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Three women suing Activision Blizzard for sexual harassment in the workplace publicly detailed their experiences Tuesday, likening working at the male-dominated video game publisher to being in a “cult” and demanding that CEO Bobby Kotick be fired.

“Good versus evil wasn’t just in their games,” attorney Lisa Bloom told a group of assembled media at a press conference in Woodland Hills on Tuesday morning. “For years, the women who work in the company have been fighting the monsters inside the company who treated them like dirt.”

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