Long Beach has joined L.A., Pasadena and other cities in requiring its municipal workers to get vaccinated against COVID-19. Those who don't will have to show proof of a negative test each week. Cal State Long Beach and Long Beach City College have similar mandates in place — and the Long Beach Unified School District is considering one.
The Long Beach Convention & Entertainment Center will open its doors to conventions and events on August 8, signaling the reignition of one of Long Beach's largest economic engines. In August alone, three conventions will bring an estimated $6.
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Bixby Land Company, a Newport Beach, California-based commercial real estate, owner, operator, and investor, announced a $125,000 scholarship program for students choosing to obtain a four-year degree at California State University,
After being shut down during what would have been its 90th season in 2020 due to the coronavirus pandemic, the Greek Theatre in Los Angeles will officially reopen on Sunday, Aug. 1. While closed, the city-owned venue took the opportunity to restore and seismically retrofit its terrace sections upon the hill and install hundreds of brand-new seats to provide better sightlines,
For more information on SailTime visit their website. This segment aired on LA Unscripted on July 26, 2021. City employees in Long Beach who aren’t vaccinated against the coronavirus will be required to get tested each week,