While we've been fortunate to hear many stories of the resilience of businesses through the pandemic, sadly others have not been so lucky. From restaurants to gyms to movie theaters to retail shops and beyond, you'd be hard pressed to find someone who can't tell you one place they loved that had to close during the pandemic. In a recent photo essay for the nonprofit publication Capital & Main, Los Angeles based photographer Ted Soqui went out to capture some of the places in Southern California that fell victim to the coronavirus pandemic.
Today on AirTalk, we want to hear from you -- what beloved local business or landmark closed down in your neighborhood? What made it special to you? Join our live conversation by calling us at 866-893-5722