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  • OC Weekly
    The Good Foot, with DJs Dennis Owens, Scott Weaver and Lili Bird: 9 p.m., $5-$7, 21+. Alex’s Bar, 2913 E. Anaheim Blvd., Long Beach, (562) 234-8292; alexsbar.com. HLLNDR: 6:15 p.m., free, all ages. Argyros Plaza at Segerstrom Center for the Arts, 600 Town Center St., Costa Mesa, (714) 556-2787; scfta.org. Injury Reserve; Slauson Malone ...
  • Los Angeles Times
    “Le pareció que el churro con gusanos era genial”, comentó Ramos acerca de su hijo. En el Queen Mary, en Long Beach, la celebración de Halloween que presenta laberintos de terror y actuaciones temáticas circenses alrededor del transatlántico de 83 años de antigüedad, tiene un público más adulto, por lo cual los cócteles -no los ...
  • Los Angeles Times
    townestreetla.org War of the Worlds Re-creation of Orson Welles’ classic 1938 radio adaptation of H.G. Wells’ Martian-invasion thriller. Long Beach Shakespeare Company, Helen Borgers Theatre, 4250 Atlantic Blvd., Long Beach. Fri.-Sat., 8 p.m.; next Sun., 2 p.m. $12.50. (562) 997-1494. LBShakespeare.org The Art of Dining A couple open an ...
  • Los Angeles Times
    When it ends, the silence is deafening. Best known for his work as guitarist for Long Beach outfit Bane’s World, Seyer has since 2016 been issuing memorable solo bedroom pop and dance songs. Along the way, he’s built a devoted fan base that overlaps with similarly soulful auteurs Cuco and Jasper Bones. “I Can’t Dance” arrives as the ...
  • Los Angeles Business Journal
    A 234-unit multifamily building in Long Beach has sold for $72.5 million. The property was 95% leased at the time of the sale, according to CoStar Group Inc. Advanced Real Estate Services Inc. purchased the property at 1718 Ximeno Ave. from Blackstone Group and Phoenix Realty Group. Phoenix Realty paid $34.5 million for the building in 2011.
  • Orange County Register
    And a Democratic challenger, Pablo Mendiolea, raised $95 but spent $270, leaving his fund owing cash going into the fourth quarter. In CA-47, which includes parts of north Orange County and the Long Beach area, incumbent Alan Lowenthal, D-Long Beach, raised $131,698 in the third quarter, while spending $53,962. Most of his contributors are ...
  • Hoodline on MSN.com
    A new Italian spot has made its debut in the neighborhood. The fresh addition to Long Beach, called La Tarantella Osteria, is located at 2120 E. Fourth St. La Tarantella Osteria serves up authentic Italian cuisine. On the menu, look for bruschetta, spaghetti carbonara or mushroom ravioli. La Tarantella Osteria has proven popular thus far ...
  • ABC7
    LONG BEACH, Calif. (KABC) -- Friends, family and fans gathered in Long Beach to celebrate Elinor Otto's birthday at a bar that shares her namesake. Otto, who becomes a centenarian on October 28, is known as the "Last Rosie the Riveter," or the "Longest-working Rosie the Riveter." "I was 95 when I stopped working, and I was still building ...
  • KTLA
    Maddon was expected to be a valued candidate for other managerial openings around the majors, but he was clearly eager for a reunion. Maddon kept a home in Long Beach during his 14 seasons away from Anaheim, and he has fond feelings for the organization that gave him his start. That organization is experiencing hard times: The Angels have ...
  • Los Angeles Times
    “He thought the churro with worms was pretty cool,” Ramos said of his son. At the Queen Mary in Long Beach, the Halloween celebration that features scary mazes and circus-themed performances around the 83-year-old ocean liner has a more adult theme, and so cocktails, not sugary sweets, get most of the attention. In fact, the annual ...
  • KTLA
    A customer at an illegal gambling establishment in Long Beach fatally shot a man during a dispute at the underground casino, authorities said Wednesday. The suspected killer, David Gonzalez, was allegedly engaged in illegal gambling when he shot the victim, who has only been described by police as a 54-year-old Lakewood man. The victim was ...
  • Los Angeles Times
    Non-drivers pay federal taxes to have the military secure oil supplies for drivers. We all pay federal taxes to help the ports of Los Angeles and Long Beach import gasoline for drivers. We all pay federal taxes for the Coast Guard crews, customs inspectors and Homeland Security grants at the ports. Non-drivers pay taxes for numerous public ...
  • Los Angeles Times
    Daniel Tagnori Uribe, a 38-year-old Latino male, died Sunday, Sept. 29, at 10917 LONG BEACH BLVD., according to Los Angeles County Medical Examiner-Coroner's records. Do you have information to share about the life of Daniel Tagnori Uribe? The Homicide Report needs your help. Please fill out this form or e-mail us at homicidereport@latimes.com.
  • CBS Boston / WBZ
    LONG BEACH (CBSLA) — At least 40 people were detained early Wednesday in a raid on what police say was a large illegal gambling operation in Long Beach. SWAT team moved in at about 3:30 a.m. on the operation on Pacific Avenue, south of Willow Street, and detained at least 40 people, all of whom were taken into custody peacefully.
  • KTLA
    As Angels managers were replaced, Maddon was a mainstay. He became bench coach under Mike Scioscia, a position he held when the team won its only World Series championship in 2002 and for the next three seasons. Despite leaving the Angels 14 years ago, Maddon still owns a home in Long Beach.
  • Los Angeles Times
    Despite last working for the Angels 14 years ago, Maddon still owns a home in Long Beach. Maddon’s three-year deal gives him more job security than general manager Billy Eppler, who spent the first three years of his tenure with the Scioscia at the helm before hiring Brad Ausmus last October to a three-year contract. The experiment was short ...
  • Los Angeles Times
    Despite leaving the Angels 14 years ago, Maddon still owns a home in Long Beach. He has maintained a cordial relationship with Angels owner Arte Moreno, who took control of the team in 2003, a few years before Maddon’s departure. Ultimately, that relatio ...
  • Orange County Register
    Subscribe here. Martinson, who was born in Long Beach and started surfing at age 10, won the U.S. Championships in Huntington Beach in 1965. He traveled the world surfing, and in the late ’60s was among the first California surfers to convert to the new shorter boards. In the 1990s, he joined Robert August Surfboards in Huntington Beach to ...
  • KTLA
    Dozens of people were detained Wednesday morning after police raided what they described as an illegal gambling casino in Long Beach. The operation took place about 3:30 a.m. in the 2300 block of Pacific Avenue, Long Beach Police Department Lt. James Richardson said. About 40 people were detained without incident as a result of the raid ...
  • Los Angeles Times
    Set in Long Beach, Calif., the story centers on Dud, a surfer kept from the water by injury (snake bite in Season 1, shark bite in Season 2); his more practical, equally lost sister Liz (Sonya Cassidy); Dud’s friend and sometimes reluctant mentor, Ernie (Brent Jennings), a plumbing supplies salesman; and the Ancient and Benevolent Order of ...

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