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Why we’ve changed our logo to Time In—for now

How we’re going to still bring you the best of L.A., even if you’re at home

Michael Juliano

How are we all doing, Angelenos? It’s been a week, for sure.

As we’ve watched major events and attractions announce their cancelation and closure, it’s been hard not to feel a little jittery. (We’re not the only ones, right?) And so while we think it’s important to provide you with the most up-to-date coronavirus-related information we can, we also don’t mean to add to the anxiety.

So starting today, we’re temporarily changing our logo to Time In. We felt the need to acknowledge this moment, both here in Los Angeles and in Time Out cities across the globe, where many people don’t want to or have been advised not to go out.

For our readers, we’ll still help you discover the best of the city, in both your Time Out (say, a scenic drive around L.A.) and your Time In (with delivery options galore).

For the venues and events that are the building blocks of everything we write about: We still love you and want to help. Cafes, restaurants, bars, theaters, museums and events are facing tough times, especially the little guys. You make our cities special and Time Out has your backs. We’ll continue to feature you, whether or not people are able to go out. And when we can go out, we’ll be the first in line.

Moving forward, we hope to bring a bit more levity alongside as much useful information as we can to help you stay safe, healthy and happy (while still having some fun) in this city we all call home.

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