The weather, currently.
After some much needed rain this weekend, Monday will be a reset—ushering in more typical, sunny skies for Los Angeles. You’ll start your morning with clouds and milder temperatures in the 60’s, but when the clouds dissipate in the afternoon, we’ll reach highs around 77°F. It’ll be one of those days you need to dress in layers so you can shed them hourly, but keep them on hand so you can rebuild your textile armor for the brisk night that looms. Once the sun starts setting, temperatures will quickly slide back into the mid-60’s. The evening won’t be as cloudy as it’s been the past few days, so you might be able to see the moon. Lows around 61°F.
What you need to know, currently.
Currently's Managing Editor, Zaria Howell, has a piece up about the controversial climate protest at London's National Gallery:
"Activists said the cans of tomato soup were a symbol of the country’s working class — the demonstration highlighting the way society has systematically chosen to prioritize profit over people and the preservation of the environment.
But such an unorthodox demonstration poses an important question: is this effective?"
What you can do, currently.