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Arts, Entertainment Venues Sit Up For Reopening After Pandemic

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What is the meaning of arts and entertainment?

Alternatively, the arts is outlined as “the various branches of creative activity, such as painting, music, literature, and dance.” For entertainment, the esteemed dictionary describes it as “the action of providing or being provided with amusement or enjoyment.” If we turn to Wikipedia, we find that entertainment is

The time period entertainment art describes manufacturing paintings used in games, films Art And Entertainment, and TV reveals. It also describes art careers in Hollywood and the entertainment trade.

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Disneyland reopening with masks, reservations and more COVID protocols. What to expect after extended closure

The wait is almost over for Disneyland fans.

The gates to the “Happiest Place on Earth” and California Adventure will open again on Friday morning for the first time in 412 days – the longest closure for Disneyland in its 65-year history.

But things won’t be quite as they were pre-pandemic, as safety measures to help prevent the spread of coronavirus will be in place, including face mask requirements, temperature checks and distancing – and no character hugs.

Thousands of fans tuned in on Monday night when the relighting of Sleeping Beauty’s Castle was broadcast live on Facebook as part of a soft reopening event for cast members and crew.

As castle lights came on for the first time in more than a year, “When You Wish Upon a Star” and the sound of Walt Disney welcoming all “to this happy place” on opening day, July 17, 1955, were heard

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I visited Downtown Disney a week before Disneyland’s reopening and It felt like the safest place I’ve been since the start of the pandemic

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Me in Downtown Disney. Brittany Chang/Insider

  • On April 22, I visited Downtown Disney in Anaheim, California, a week before Disneyland’s reopening on April 30.

  • Downtown Disney had a long list of health protocols that made it feel fortified against COVID-19.

  • The level of safety precautions has me convinced Disneyland will be able to reopen safely.

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Disneyland Anaheim, California’s doors have been closed for over a year due to the COVID-19 pandemic, while Disney World in Florida has been open since summer 2020.

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Disneyland in Anaheim, California. eff Gritchen/MediaNews Group/Orange County Register via Getty Images

But in March, California announced stadiums and theme parks could open by April 1.

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Downtown Disney. Brittany Chang/Insider

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Shortly after, Disneyland said it would be welcoming a limited number of California residents back on April 30.

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“This is also good news for the

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New California bill aims to accelerate reopening of Disneyland and other major theme parks

For nearly a year, Disneyland and California’s other large theme parks have mostly been quiet, shuttered to prevent the spread of COVID-19. Some, like Disneyland and Magic Mountain in Valencia, have seen a different kind of visitor in their new roles as mass vaccination sites. 
 
Now lawmakers in Southern California are proposing a bill that would speed up reopening, ahead of the state’s plans.

On Thursday, Assemblymembers Sharon Quirk-Silva, D-Fullerton, and Suzette Martinez Valladares, R-Santa Clarita, introduced a bipartisan bill, AB420, that could potentially see large amusement parks reopen at the same time as medium-sized ones, in the orange tier. That tier indicates moderate spread of COVID-19, with daily cases ranging from 1 to 3.9 new daily cases per 100,000 people.

Both assemblymembers represent areas that have been impacted by theme park closures; Quirk-Silva’s district includes West Anaheim, where Disneyland is, as well as Buena Park, home to Knott’s

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