Category Archive: Tattoo Parlor


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May
28

N.C, House bill would allow business owners to sue over shutdowns – Winston-Salem Journal

A Republican-sponsored N.C. House bill would amend the states Constitution to allow businesses to pursue legal action when they closed partially or completely by a governors executive order

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May
28

Another Jack in the Box to pop up in Redlands – Redlands Daily Facts

Plans are underway to build the fourth Jack in the Box in Redlands near the busy corner of Wabash and Lugonia avenues. The project is slated for the northeast corner of Wabash and Naples avenues

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May
28

Aligning the Arts of Tarot and Tattooing – Hyperallergic

Illustration by Angel Garcia (image courtesy the artist) MIAMI Last fall, during their residency at the Golden Dome School an educational and curatorial platform focused on a shifting intersection of art, ecological stewardship, and metaphysics the artists Angel Garcia and Samantha Rehark together developed a collaborative ritual. They made four quick sketches each day, starting early in the morning and ending at 3 am, the start of the Witching Hour. They would do this separately, meeting later to overlay two drawings from each set into a single artwork.

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May
27

Looking to get new ink? These tattoo parlors have reopened or will soon – dayton.com

On May 12, Lt. Gov.

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May
22

Many St. Louis-Area Businesses Reopened This Week. Others Feel Pressure To Do The Same – St. Louis Public Radio

Sarah Youngs salon in Creve Coeur sat empty for almost two months. But this week, after stay-at-home orders were lifted, she reopened her booth at Sola Salon with back-to-back appointments.

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May
22

Minnesota, get ready for mandatory masks in some places, and the politics thereof – TwinCities.com-Pioneer Press

Mandatory coronavirus face coverings, such as cloth masks, are likely coming to a locale near you. While a number of employers and stores have been requiring them for some time, now were talking legally required.

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May
19

Tactics to consider when reopening your business | Reach Further – Reach Further

By Melody Yuan May 15, 2020 Some practical things to keep in mind when the time comes to reopen your doors. (Photo credit): Gettyimages.com/andresr Much of the U.S

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May
17

He drove more than 600 miles for a haircut. He’s not alone – Los Angeles Times

The temptation after seeing the Facebook post was too great for J Farr, a 28-year-old living in near isolation in his Olympia, Wash., apartment. An old friend from his hometown of Yuba City, north of Sacramento, had announced he had gotten a haircut. I immediately started making preparations, said Farr, who before the coronavirus outbreak would get his hair cut every few weeks and, with no clear end in sight, had considered shaving his head

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May
17

Live updates: Virginia is beginning to reopen today. Heres what you need to know. – The Virginian-Pilot – The Virginian-Pilot

Like several states before it, Virginia is slowly allowing certain businesses and services that had been shuttered weeks before to re-open or allow more customers inside, but with restrictions. Youll likely notice more mask-wearing, more space, more cleaning. Heres our guide to what can reopen (outdoor dining areas at restaurants, outdoor fitness classes, indoor shooting ranges, salons, massage parlors, tattoo parlors, churches, campgrounds, farmers markets) and not (indoor sports and fitness centers, indoor dining areas, overnight summer camps, theaters, concert venues, museums, zoos, aquariums, racetracks or satellite wagering facilities, bowling alleys, skating rinks, trampoline parks, arts and crafts venues, escape rooms, and all other places of indoor amusement.) during this first phase

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May
15

Dr. Acton: Childcare is an essential part of opening, we are watching this pediatric inflammatory disease – NBC4 WCMH-TV

Dr.

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