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  • Orange County Register
    The buyer, Long Beach-based Harbor Associates, represented itself. A multi-tenant retail asset in the Belmont Shore neighborhood of Long Beach has been sold for $5 million, according to Newport Beach-based Hanley Investment Group Real Estate Advisors. According to Hanley, the two-story, Spanish Colonial Revival-style building circa 1952 is one ...
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  • Los Angeles Times
    Championship weekend has arrived in girls’ volleyball, and the top four teams all season in their respective sections will get to face off on Saturday. In the Southern Section Division 1 final, Redondo Union will take on Mater Dei at 8 p.m. at Cerritos ...
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  • Orange County Register
    Miracle and Sippin’ Santa, two pop-up experiences that focus on holiday décor and hand-crafted seasonal cocktails, are coming to the West Coast this season with locations in Los Angeles, Long Beach, Anaheim and San Diego. Miracle will take over The Blind Rabbit (440 S. Anaheim Blvd.,) in Anaheim, The Ordinarie (210 The Promenade N ...
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  • Orange County Register
    A city memo sent this week to Long Beach Mayor Robert Garcia and members of the City Council included details of the plan, which Urban Commons Principal Taylor Woods estimated would cost between $5 and $7 million. “We recognize that historic preservation ...
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  • Orange County Register
    The buyer, Long Beach-based Harbor Associates, represented itself. A multi-tenant retail asset in the Belmont Shore neighborhood of Long Beach has been sold for $5 million, according to Newport Beach-based Hanley Investment Group Real Estate Advisors. According to Hanley, the two-story, Spanish Colonial Revival-style building circa 1952 is one ...
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  • Los Angeles Times
    “Her lyrics are already heightened text; they’re so emotional,” much like Shakespeare’s, says Beth Lopes, the Carlisle fan who conceived and directed “Romeo and Juliet: Hard Way Home” for Cal State Long Beach’s Cal Rep. She hopes to encourage audiences “to think about the world that we are creating for young people, and is it a ...
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  • Orange County Register
    The Long Beach Cruise Terminal is about to get bigger. The Planning Commission approved plans at its Thursday, Nov. 7 meeting to add 657 new parking stalls, fill an abandoned 450-foot-long tunnel between Windsor Way and the parking structure, and the reconfigure the traffic lanes within the 45-acre area. But those plans weren’t the source of ...
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  • Orange County Register
    The subsequent deaths of the family – beloved and cherished by many in the Long Beach community – has left folks in disbelief and frustration at how they could’ve been wiped out in a single tragic incident. At the Thursday night vigil, sadness hung ...
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  • Los Angeles Times
    “We’re putting a big emphasis on defense, and everyone is diving on every loose ball known to man. I’m out there almost as much as the players.” In a 69-65 victory over Long Beach State at Pauley Pavilion, UCLA hit the ground running, and writhing, and scrambling in collisions so intense you could hear the bodily thuds from high in the ...
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  • Orange County Register
    But if it succeeds I suspect Bruins fans will get used to it, happily. The Mick Cronin Era officially began Wednesday night with a neighborhood brawl, with Long Beach State tooling up the 405 to Pauley Pavilion, bringing its own state of transition. The visitors not only have just four returning letter-winners on a 16-man roster but have a new ...
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  • Los Angeles Times
    The Bruins exhibited flashes of Cronin’s trademark tenacious defense but appeared completely adrift on offense before finally saving their coach from an inglorious introduction to the home fans by making the necessary plays at the end of a 69-65 victory over Long Beach State that was every bit as ugly as the score indicated. UCLA finished the ...
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  • Los Angeles Times
    Day after day, Walter Diaz, an immigrant truck driver from El Salvador, steers his 18-wheeler toward the giant ports of Los Angeles and Long Beach. Will it take him a half hour to pick up his cargo? Or will it be as long as seven hours? He never knows. Diaz is paid by the load, so he applauds the arrival of more waterfront robots, which promise ...
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  • Los Angeles Times
    Here’s a look at fixer-upper homes you can buy right now for $650,000 in Altadena, Sylmar and Long Beach in L.A. County. ALTADENA: One of the 160 historic “Janes Cottages” built by E.P. Janes in the 1920s, this architectural gem could use an exterior renovation to restore its former glory. About the area: In the 91001 ZIP Code ...
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  • Los Angeles Times
    The suspect in a Halloween crash that killed a family of three in Long Beach has been taken into custody in connection with a separate burglary investigation, investigators said Wednesday. Carlo Navarro, 20, was arrested Tuesday evening at his home on charges stemming from the burglary, which took place June 30, according to the Long Beach ...
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  • Orange County Register
    Huntington Beach basketball standout Meghan McIntyre has transferred to St. Anthony in Long Beach, Saints girls coach Raymond Bennett confirmed Wednesday. McIntyre, a junior shooting guard, helped the Oilers (24-7, 5-1) capture the Surf League title last season and reach the quarterfinals of the CIF-SS Division 2AA playoffs. Huntington Beach ...
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  • Los Angeles Times
    The news came in September: Long Beach Residential, a 49-bed home for adults who are mentally ill, was being sold. The residents of the converted apartment building, some of whom had lived there for decades, would have 60 days to move. It’s a scenario that is becoming increasingly common across California, brought on by a combination of an ...
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  • Los Angeles Times
    The defeat was a blow to the hotel workers union, Unite Here, which wants to organize the Terranea staff and had similar ballot measures passed over the last three years in Long Beach, Seattle and Oakland. The Seattle measure was struck down in court, but most of the provisions of the ballot measure were later adopted by the Seattle City Council.
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  • Los Angeles Times
    The Angels face a Dec. 31 deadline to opt out of their stadium lease or remain bound to it through 2029. Although they have entertained overtures from Long Beach, team spokeswoman Marie Garvey said last week that the Angels are “100% focused on Anaheim.” Said Anaheim Mayor Harry Sidhu: “We look forward to hearing from the team about their ...
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  • OC Weekly
    For instance, at the recently opened Plancha Latin Kitchen in the Long Beach Exchange, about half of its menu is dedicated to “Layer Your Flavor” bowls. The eatery’s mantra reads, “We hope to feed all who enter our door with the same love you feel at home.” And with the easy ability to pick and choose exactly what you want and just ...
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  • Los Angeles Times
    Chanchenda Hou sat quietly in the backyard of his Long Beach home, staring at the bouquet of flowers and candles that marked the areas where three men had been shot dead. “That night keeps replaying in my head,” Hou said. “I can’t stop thinking about it.” On Oct. 29, someone climbed the wall in the rear of his home from an alleyway ...
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