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Amoeba Music's new 20,000 square feet-store at 6200 Hollywood Blvd. is roughly the same size of its former location at 6400 Sunset Blvd. The new location in Hollywood, Calif. reopened on Thursday, April 1, 2021.

New location, same vibes: Amoeba Music reopens on Hollywood Boulevard

Samantha Bravo April 9, 2021

Nostalgia returned to the streets of Hollywood last week when the iconic music retailer, Amoeba Music, opened its doors after being closed for more than a year. Customers waited in a socially distanced...

An all-vegan spread from Blazin' Burgers 'N Fried Chicken in Burbank, Calif.

Dish Diaries: Blazin’ Burgers offers award-winning vegan fried chicken

Monserrat Solis, Assistant Culture Editor April 7, 2021

Blazin’ Burgers, a new fast food joint on Victory Boulevard in Burbank, reminded me of what In-n-Out used to be before they had indoor dining: a small stand with a long line of customers eagerly...

A customer chats with Kendra Settle at Uplift Us Marketplace in Granada Hills, Calif., on Saturday, Mar. 27, 2020.

Granada Hills’ Uplift Us Marketplace: a store that unites, boosts Black-owned businesses

Evelin Robles, Reporter April 6, 2021

A line of people wrapped around the corner of Shoshone Avenue and Chatsworth Street as a young boy and girl passed down the line with a tray that had small water bottles and samples like small New Orleans-style...

Going Back to College with Hengame Abassi: Entrepreneur Julia Kozlov

Going Back to College with Hengame Abassi: Entrepreneur Julia Kozlov

Hengame Abassi, Contributor April 1, 2021

Julia Kozlov is a Los Angeles Valley College transfer student, a mother of two children and the owner of Let's Celebrate Entertainment. In this episode of “Going Back to College with Hengame Abassi,”...

Women's Month Playlist

Women’s Month Playlist

Jenna Wilson, Reporter April 1, 2021

Women have not only fought for equal rights for things such as voting and equal pay, but also sexual expression and independence. Music has reflected these liberties fought for by strong women inspired...

A screenshot of Marsha P. Johnson from the Netflix documentary,

5 women that shaped women’s history

Arturo Cecena, Reporter March 31, 2021

As Women’s History month comes to a close, the Daily Sundial has created a list of women who helped shape not just the history of women, but the history of women in the LGBTQ community. Marsha P....

The Real Influencers: Ep.6 – Selena Quintanilla

Belen Hernandez , Reporter March 31, 2021

“The Real Influencers” is a series that highlights important figures whose ideas and work continue to be relevant to younger generations. In this episode, Belen Hernandez shares how late artist Selena...

Alan and Santina Byler take in the view from a high vantage point, where visitors can view the entirety of the Japanese garden in Huntington Library in San Marino, Calif., on Wednesday, Feb. 24, 2021.

Zen Zones: Places for Angelenos to relax under the sun

Nadine Cortez, Samantha Bravo, and Kaitlyn Lavo March 18, 2021

The coronavirus pandemic may have forced residents to stay home, but Los Angeles is an outdoor city — there are plenty of activities people can do to relieve the tensions brought on by the pandemic. From...

“Fight For You” : How H.E.R. used Black history for inspiration

“Fight For You” : How H.E.R. used Black history for inspiration

Jenna Wilson, Reporter March 11, 2021

The song “Fight For You” by Gabriellla Wilson, professionally known as H.E.R., captures what it means to be targeted by hate and feel the need to fight for one’s people, with stirring lyrics and...

There's no need to leave the car for entertainment this week with these drive-in events.

COVID-safe activities in Los Angeles: Drive-in edition

Evelin Robles, Reporter March 9, 2021

The Daily Sundial will be featuring events that will offer a range of fun activities that can be enjoyed stress-free. This week we’d like to focus on drive-in events since they have become a popular...

Walking the tightrope of racial battle fatigue with Cornel West

Walking the tightrope of racial battle fatigue with Cornel West

Shannon Carter, Assistant News Editor March 9, 2021

Finding the balance between fighting for social justice and maintaining one’s well being is like walking on a tightrope. As the fight against injustice takes a mental and physical toll on the people...


UPDATE: “WandaVision” Easter Eggs have been found

Stephanie Ramirez, reporter March 9, 2021

“WandaVision," Disney+’s new television series, has become one of the world’s most in-demand shows across multiple platforms. The sitcom-style series premiered on Jan. 15. As audiences dive into...

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