Adrienne Alpert, ABC7 Eyewitness News

Adrienne Alpert

ABC7 Eyewitness News

Los Angeles, CA, United States

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Past articles by Adrienne:

Broad Museum reopening with never-before-seen art from its collection

After more than a year of being closed, the Broad Museum is about to open its doors. Here's what visitors can expect to see. → Read More

LA shifting to smaller COVID vaccine sites, more appointment-free options opening up

The city of Los Angeles' mass COVID vaccination site at Dodger Stadium will close at the end of May, and L.A. will shift attention to other city sites. Also, more appointment-free options are opening up. → Read More

Oscars 2021: From 'Mank' to 'Mulan,' here's a look at this year's best costume design nominees

Oscars 2021: From "Ma Rainey's Black Bottom" to "Mank" to "Mulan," here's a look at this year's best costume design nominees. → Read More

Reclaiming 50 years of lost African American history in Santa Monica

A new exhibit in Santa Monica tells of the city's historic and overlooked African American community. → Read More

Manhattan Beach land seized from Black family may be returned to descendants nearly a century later

A beachfront property in Manhattan Beach that was seized from a Black family 97 years ago may be returned to the family's descendants. → Read More

Mayor Garcetti says Los Angeles could be out of purple tier soon, letting restaurants reopen indoors

Mayor Eric Garcetti says Los Angeles COVID-19 case rates are dropping enough that the county may soon leave the state's most restrictive purple tier, letting restaurants reopen indoor dining. → Read More

Mark Ridley-Thomas set to return to Los Angeles City Council, reflects on 3 terms as LA County supervisor

Mark-Ridley Thomas assumes office on the Los Angeles City Council next month, after serving three terms on the L.A. County Board of Supervisors, leaving a 12-year county legacy. → Read More

Kamala Harris' high school best friend shares the secret that inspired the VP elect to become a prosecutor

Although most people know that Vice President-elect Kamala Harris grew up near Oakland, few may know she went to high school in Canada. It was Harris' high school best friend who would have a profound impact on her choice of career. → Read More

Why is LACMA the only major museum in the country that is still shut down?

The COVID-19 pandemic shut down the nation's major museums earlier this year, but most have since reopened, with one big exception: The Los Angeles County Museum of Art. → Read More

What is Prop. 23? Measure would impact dialysis clinics, patients

Proposition 23 on California's November ballot would place new requirements on dialysis clinics aimed at improving care, but critics say it will force many community clinics to close. → Read More

What is Prop 25? California to vote on eliminating cash bail system

Proposition 25 is a referendum on a law to replace the state's cash bail system with risk assessments instead. → Read More

What is Prop 21? Initiative would allow cities to enact more rent control

Californians will be asked whether cities should be allowed to introduce new rent control laws when they vote on Proposition 21. → Read More

What is Prop 24? Voters to decide future of consumer data privacy protections

Proposition 24 is meant to keep businesses out of your digital data and increase consumer privacy, but it has a surprising list of opponents. → Read More

What is Prop. 20? Measure would allow prosecutors to reclassify some misdemeanor crimes as felonies

What is Prop. 20? One of the measures that will be put before California voters in November would reclassify some misdemeanor crimes as felonies and take a stronger stance on parole. → Read More

What is Prop. 22? Voters to decide if app-based drivers should be classified as employees or contractors

The California Legislature picked a fight with Uber and Lyft and other companies when it passed AB5, classifying their drivers as employees. The tech companies are fighting back with Proposition 22. → Read More

Huntington Museum completes facelift on Gainsborough's masterpiece The Blue Boy

Painter Thomas Gainsborough's masterpiece The Blue Boy has undergone an extensive restoration at The Huntington Museum, which remains closed to the public for the pandemic. → Read More

Art world loses Luchita Hurtado, lifelong artist 'discovered' at 97

Artist Luchita Hurtado, whose paintings spanned decades, but was relatively unknown until two years ago, has died just a few months before her 100th birthday. → Read More

Garcetti outlines steps to help renters, city's economy during COVID-19 crisis

Mayor Eric Garcetti appeared on Eyewitness Newsmakers to discuss coronavirus issues such as mask enforcement and rent relief. → Read More

$100 million renters' relief program expected to be approved by LA City Council, but is it enough?

A $100 million renters' relief program is expected to be approved by the L.A. City Council. On Eyewitness Newsmakers, Council President Nury Martinez said that's not nearly enough and this round will be distributed by lottery. → Read More

LA congresswoman, city councilman discuss nationwide calls for 'defunding the police'

The lead legislator on the Justice in Policing Act 2020 and an L.A. city councilman discussed police reform on Eyewitness Newsmakers. → Read More