Curated, HyperLocal, Long Beach News: Get Your Local On!

  • Mercury News
    Beachgoers flagged down authorities after finding a body that washed onto shore in Long Beach on Wednesday, Oct. 9. Lifeguards patrolling in the area of 55th Place and Ocean Boulevard were contacted by people who had discovered the body at about 5:45 p.m., Long Beach Fire Department Capt. Jack Crabtree said. The person who died was found along ...
  • YAHOO!
    Curious just how far your dollar goes in Long Beach? We've rounded up the latest places for rent via rental sites Zumper and Apartment Guide to get a sense of what to expect when it comes to hunting down apartment rentals in Long Beach with a budget of up ...
  • Orange County Register
    Where: Pantages Theatre, 6233 Hollywood Blvd., Hollywood. Tickets: $49 and up. The Long Beach Playhouse brings the thrills and chills with this play that takes Dr. Montague and his small team of volunteers to the haunted Hill House. When: 8 p.m. Friday and Saturday; 2 p.m. Sunday through Oct. 19. Where: Mainstage Theatre at the Long Beach ...
  • Los Angeles Times
    It’s a significant move forward under his administration on an issue that has stalled for decades in the face of powerful landowners. — Days after a threat forced a lockdown at Cal State Long Beach, authorities have arrested a second student — one they say hacked the email of the first, whom he didn’t know, to send the threat from her ...
  • Orange County Register
    After popping up all over the place with his traveling restaurant, chef AC Boral has planted roots in Long Beach with the recently opened Bebot, and he’s planning on adding some Filipino soul to the city with his menu. “When I say Filipino soul food, the soul comes from the love that’s behind it,” Boral said, adding that he was inspired ...
  • Los Angeles Daily News
    Cardinal William J. Levada, who rose from altar boy at Holy Innocents Church and graduate of St. Anthony High School in Long Beach to the highest-ranking American prelate at the Vatican, has died. He was 83. Levada died in his sleep in Vatican City, an independent city-state within Rome, on Sept. 26, according to George Murchison, a former Long ...
  • American Thinker
    One of the Trump administration’s first big moves was to get the Communists out of the Port of Long Beach. After a national security review and federal intervention, the Long Beach terminal business, which handles millions of containers annually ...
  • Los Angeles Times
    Thousands of pairs of Nike knockoffs were seized at the Los Angeles-Long Beach ports complex recently in a shipment arriving from China, U.S. Customs and Border Protection said Wednesday. Had the 14,800 pairs of counterfeit Nike special edition and retro design shoes been real, the manufacturer’s suggested retail prices would have totaled ...
  • OC Weekly
    From Long Beach to Irvine, metal rocket ships and corrugated-steel spinning platforms were replaced with plastic monoliths. They were safer, but not as interesting. Though Atlantis Park’s ...
  • Orange County Register
    A body that washed onto shore in Long Beach on Wednesday, Oct. 9, may have belonged to a man reported missing in Orange County, officials said. Lifeguards patrolling in the area of 55th Place and Ocean Boulevard were flagged down by people who had ...
  • Los Angeles Times
    “Some of his parties were legendary, especially his Christmas parties.” After relocating from the Midwest, Peterson attended Cal State Long Beach, where he received his bachelor’s degree in finance in 1965 and a master’s degree in business in 196
  • Los Angeles Times
    Calabasas is 5-2 and has a bye this week. The Coyotes are in the running for a Division 1 playoff berth. Claiborne, a former assistant at Long Beach Poly and Westlake Village Oaks Christian, said he didn’t know whether he’d be coaching in high school ...
  • Los Angeles Times
    Artist lauren woods was en route to complete the installation of her exhibition protesting police brutality against black people at the Cal State Long Beach University Art Museum when she received a flurry of calls and texts. Her key collaborator, Kimberli Meyer, the museum’s director, had been abruptly fired. Meyer and woods (who uses all ...
  • Hoodline on MSN.com
    Start your day off right with some pictures of cuddly canines! There are dozens of dogs up for adoption right here in Long Beach. Load Error Hoodline partnered with Petfinder, an online adoption site that lists “more than 315,000 adoptable pets from ...
  • KTLA
    Police arrested a new suspect Tuesday on suspicion of sending an email threatening a shooting at the Cal State Long Beach campus the day before, authorities said. Another student initially detained Monday was released from custody after 18-year-old Prateek Devulpally confessed to using the female student’s email to send the threatening ...
  • Los Angeles Times
    Now, at a time when noisy and polluting commercial jets from Los Angeles International, John Wayne and Long Beach airports crisscross our skies daily — resultant from the FAA’s misguided (as well as misrepresented) 2017 change in flight paths ...
  • KTLA
    Thousands of fake Nike sneakers worth $2.2 million were seized at the Los Angeles and Long Beach seaports, authorities said Wednesday. Almost 15,000 pairs were found in a shipment from China ...
  • Los Angeles Times
    “Some of his parties were legendary, especially his Christmas parties.” After relocating from the Midwest, Peterson attended Cal State Long Beach, where he received his bachelor’s degree in finance in 1965 and a master’s degree in business in 196
  • Los Angeles Times
    After a threat described by police as credible forced the campus of Cal State Long Beach to go on lockdown Monday, authorities have arrested a second student in connection with the incident. A female student was taken into custody Monday afternoon after university police learned of an email threatening violence on the campus. Cal State Long ...
  • Los Angeles Times
    In Long Beach, a handful of elementary schools have managed to hold on to the tradition of open campuses. But in the wake of mass shootings and all the fears they stoked, that’s coming to an end, as my colleague Sonali Kohli reported last week. At Fremont Elementary School in Long Beach, parents got word Sept. 25 that “as part of our ...

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