As we approach the one-year anniversary of the shutdown triggered by COVID-19, we want to know how your relationship with Los Angeles has changed during the pandemic:
We want to understand how people's relationship with L.A. has changed — or stayed the same — over the course of the past year.
Almost one year ago, large swaths of life in Los Angeles came to a screeching halt.Mass numbers of Angelenos abruptly packed up their desks and began working from home, leaving only for speedy errands and walks around the block. Many others — such as healthcare and grocery workers — faced the most stressful moments of their professional lives, with COVID-19 making each interaction with a member of the public a tangible risk.
With vacations and even trips to the beach off the table for a time, many coped by looking for the profound beauty in our neighborhoods. At the same time, the ugliness of life in Los Angeles persisted, with the city’s glaring inequities made even more apparent by the pandemic.
As we approach the one-year anniversary of the shutdown triggered by COVID-19, we want to know how your relationship with Los Angeles has changed during the pandemic. Please consider filling out the below form to share your experience with us, and we may include it in upcoming stories. headtopics.comRead more: Los Angeles Times »
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I still love L.A., even more as I discover all its beautiful features. ❤️ I moved to just outside of Yosemite from Long Beach. Best decision ever, LA in a pandemic, brutal! Still have family there, and visiting there is awful. The city of Los Angeles looks like a sewer now the homeless problem is worst then it’s ever been the city smells like urine and feces and the mayor thinks he’s doing a great job failleadership LosAngelesblight
People are really stupid LA was a disgusting shithole now it’s just a desolate, disgusting shithole now I feel grief, our community has lost some many, especially POC. Hopeful, I dream of a day when we in LA experience daily clean air, like the first few lock down days of the pandemic. greennewdeal Why do you wanna know?
I hate it and here and can’t wait to move as soon as my son graduates high school. I miss bars I learned that it’s warmer than Minnesota Ask all the people that left. you want us to pay you to answer questions you want. i don't think so. The city keeps rezoning quite little neighborhoods into crowded ugly apartments
Good weather, lots of litter, Echo Park Lake is owned by homeless Expensive. Im leaving. It's been the same since day 1. It got better when Trump won the Presidency. Picked up my family and left the state. Fuck California. Discovered William S. Hart Park! 😀 How it changed: I left lmfao it was stressing me out
Like any obstacle to love, COVID-19 has intensified my love for Los Angeles. ❤️ I’ll never forget the day the movie theaters reopened: that day of the week, that movie, those most devoted moviegoers. I hate it even more than before. So much local government incompetence. Moving to OC in June and can’t wait.
We're still reeling from our break-up with all of our favorite LA concert venues. Especially you TheForum Greek_Theatre HollywoodBowl. We hope we can make up and get back together again someday soon. 😔 ConcertPeople My relationship with LA changed in that I cant wait to get out of here. Pandemic made me realize that whenever anything bad is happening it's gonna be 20x worse in LA. Never want to go through this again.
More good news please((( That the people here are strong & can bounce back from a shutdown & pandemic quickly‼️♥️💯💯💯💯 Dont live in LA so zero change.