Tellwut CA Newsletter - 50 Exclusive Points - June 18 2021
Restaurants press to keep cap on delivery app fees as they recover from COVID-19
Restaurant owners say food delivery apps have taken too big a bite out of their revenues for too long. Food delivery apps were forced to implement lower fees when dine-in service was closed during the COVID-19 pandemic, and restaurants say the change should be made permanent if they are to recover from the crisis.
Vancouver School Board phases out honours programs in high schools
The Vancouver School Board is cutting honors courses in math and science at its high schools because the school district says they do not adhere to the equity and inclusion goal of ensuring that all students can participate in every aspect of the curriculum . Instead, teachers will be encouraged to teach the abilities of individual students, including those who excel in math and science, the school board says. But parents of gifted students say their children will miss the opportunity to dive deeper into math and science without being excluded from regular classes because of their abilities.
Foo Fighters perform concert for only fully vaccinated people
The rock band fronted by Dave Grohl performed at the Canyon Club in Agoura Hills, California, to a sold-out crowd of about 600 on Tuesday. In order to score a ticket to the show, fans had to wait in a lengthy line over the weekend and prove they were fully vaccinated, the newspaper said.
Fran Drescher Tells ‘The View’ That ‘The Nanny’ Musical Coming Soon To Broadway
Despite the Covid death last year of its announced co-composer Adam Schlesinger, The Nanny Broadway musical is “almost ready to launch,” Fran Drescher said on The View today. Drescher, who is writing the show’s book with her The Nanny co-creator Peter Marc Jacobson, first revealed the development of a musical adaptation more than a year ago.
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