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  • Los Angeles Times
    Throwing hundreds of millions of taxpayer dollars into the construction of a sports venue makes little sense, economists say, because the team that moves into the facility generally keeps almost all of the money from every sale of a ticket, hot dog, beer ...
  • Los Angeles Times
    Mary Sue Milliken and Susan Feniger have opened two fast-casual counters at the new 2nd & PCH development in Long Beach. Border BBQ sells smoked meats in wraps, bowls and salads, while Pacha Mamas serves skewered meats and ceviche. The chefs will soon add a third stall at the development, Twist, which will focus on churros and chocolate.
  • Orange County Register
    “They wanted to terminate me,” he said. Melissa Love, who works at a Walmart in Long Beach, took part in Monday’s protest as a matter of worker solidarity. Others were from such organizations as Fight for $15 and Los Angeles Alliance for a New Economy. “I hope for the best,” Love said. “Little by little, we’ll get to everybody ...
  • Orange County Register
    Highs should increase in Long Beach from 70 degrees on Tuesday to 74 degrees Wednesday and 75 degrees on Thursday. That day, temperatures should rise to 75 degrees in Van Nuys, Encino and Malibu; 76 degrees in Torrance; 77 degrees in Hawthorne; 78 degrees in Whittier and Corona and 79 degrees in Murrieta and Fullerton.
  • Orange County Register
    NAI Capital said that slow trade negotiations with China caused a 2.4% decline in cargo activity at the ports of Los Angeles and Long Beach in August from a year earlier, a month when retailers usually ramp up orders in preparation for the holidays. Also, analysts say tariffs on steel and aluminum have made new facilities more expensive ...
  • Press-Telegram
    With offices in Long Beach and Torrance, the Harbor Regional Center offers individualized assistance in dealing with schools and government programs. The HRC team aims to help clients navigate the daunting transition from childhood to adulthood. Last week, HRC hosted a transition event at its Long Beach site. Featuring speakers, specialists ...
  • Orange County Register
    Serato started the nonprofit – it’s named for his mother, Caterina – in 2005 and now serves pasta meals to thousands of children at Boys & Girls Clubs in Orange County, Long Beach and Los Angeles. In April, he celebrated his 3 millionth meal served. Kent, a La Habra resident who’s active with the Assistance League of Fullerton ...
  • Los Angeles Times
    The office also infamously declined to charge a Long Beach police officer who shot and killed an unarmed teenager after firing through a window while responding to a minor trespassing call. Lacey’s office did, however, file manslaughter charges in late 2018 against a sheriff’s deputy who shot and killed a motorist at a Norwalk gas station.
  • YAHOO!
    In the market to save some money on health and fitness in Long Beach? Whether you're a born bargain-hunter or just looking to find a great option near you, we've got a list of the top health and fitness deals around, courtesy of Groupon. iLoveKickboxing.com, located at 2137 N. Bellflower Blvd. in Long Beach, is offering a recurring deal that ...
  • Los Angeles Times
    Gladstone at Citrus College, 7 p.m. Sierra Vista at Duarte, 7 p.m. Workman at Nogales, 7 p.m. Lakewood vs. Long Beach Poly at Veterans Stadium (Long Beach), 7 p.m. Long Beach Cabrillo at Compton, 7 p.m. Millikan at Long Beach Wilson, 7 p.m. MOUNTAIN PASS LEAGUE Beaumont at Citrus Hill, 7 p.m. Hemet at West Valley, 7 p.m. Tahquitz at San Jacinto ...
  • Los Angeles Times
    Floating Timeline: Quique Rivera Multimedia exhibition explores the creations of the stop-motion animation artist. Museum of Latin American Art, 628 Alamitos Ave., Long Beach. Starts Sun.; ends March 8. Closed Mon.-Tue. $7, $10; under 12, free. (562) 437-1689. molaa.org Museum Auto One-day event features classic cars, a photography exhibition ...
  • Los Angeles Times
    Until a few weeks ago, the monks at the largest Cambodian Buddhist temple in Long Beach followed a daily worship rhythm dating back thousands of years. Waking at dawn, they sank into meditation, chanting, sharing prayers and giving thanks for bowls of ...
  • Los Angeles Times
    University Synagogue, 11960 Sunset Blvd., Brentwood. Mon., 8 p.m. Also at Cal State Long Beach, Daniel Recital Hall, E. Atherton St., Long Beach. Tue., 8 p.m.; and Adat Ari El Temple, 12020 Burbank Blvd., North Hollywood. Thu., 8 p.m. $46-$56; discounts available; caregivers, free. (310) 558-3500. TheMusicGuild.org Chamber Music for Brass and ...
  • Los Angeles Times
    Long Beach Playhouse, 5021 E. Anaheim St., Long Beach. Sat., 8 p.m.; ends Nov. 30. $14-$27. (562) 494-1014. lbplayhouse.org Orry Writer-performer Nick Hardcastle portrays Orry-Kelly, the legendary and openly gay Hollywood costume designer from Australia, in this bio-drama with music. Lee Strasberg Theatre, the Lee Strasberg Theatre & Film ...
  • Los Angeles Times
    This was one of the most hyped football games in recent Southern California history, comparable to Long Beach Poly vs. Concord De La Salle in 2001 and St. John Bosco vs. De La Salle in 2013. The matchups of quarterbacks headed to Alabama and Clemson, respectively, the ranking of No. 1 vs. No. 2 nationally, the fact 3,000 tickets sold out in ...
  • Los Angeles Times
    Incredible mountain and ocean views are included in the $1.7-million asking price. We also got a rare look inside the Long Beach home of architect Edward Killingsworth, who designed four houses for Arts & Architecture magazine’s Case Study House program that ran from 1945 to 1964. Killingsworth would often bring clients home for lunch ...
  • Orange County Register
    He’s taking over a prime corner property right across from Starbucks that used to be Legends Sports Bar. “I looked at locations from Dana Point to Long Beach and felt that Main Street in Huntington was our best option. I know Main Street is regarded sometimes as a little bit tired and Pacific City is the spot. But honestly, unless they move ...
  • Orange County Register
    Meridian will be marketing the second-floor space, roughly 26,000 square feet, to medical-office tenants. Jon Sweeney, president at CXI Realty of Long Beach and George Thomson, senior managing director at Newmark Knight Frank in Irvine, represented the seller, a local private investor. Meridian was represented by John Scruggs, managing director ...
  • Orange County Register
    Camp Pendleton Marine ruled not at fault in fatal training accident, as family fights for change In El Salvador, deported U.S. Marine veteran from Long Beach faces new hurdle — jail U.S. Marine combat veteran, long-time Long Beach resident, deported to El Salvador 16 veterans presented the Ambassador for Peace medal by Korean government ...
  • Los Angeles Times
    The story here is what has happened to programs like Long Beach Poly (Eric didn’t even mention them in his article) who were in the title game every year before this policy came into place. Public school board incompetence and coaching changes can devastate a program on their own, and then the likes of Mater Dei and St. John Bosco are allowed ...

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