Los Angeles Super Bowl aims to bring back hope

By Rory Carroll LOS ANGELES (Reuters) – Following the first Super Bowl of the COVID-19 era and with vaccine distribution on the rise, preparations are underway to make next year’s game in Los Angeles a triumphant return to normal. Sunday’s championship game in Tampa and the week leading up to it were unlike any before, with no wacky opening media night, no highly-anticipated concert on the eve of the big game and just 25,000 mask-wearing fans in the stands. Yet those involved in planning for next year’s game are optimistic that by kickoff on Feb. 6, the good times will be back and social dista…

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