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

  • Los Angeles Times
    Tyler “Ninja” Blevins is taking a break. He doesn’t do that often, but he is forced to briefly stop and relax while the backdrop is changed for a commercial he is shooting in Long Beach. As he scrolls through his phone, he looks up and notices a ...
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  • Los Angeles Times
    A man charged with fatally beating a Long Beach woman to death with an electric Bird scooter on May 13th pleaded not guilty Wednesday and is scheduled to return to court next month, according to the Los Angeles County district attorney’s office.
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  • Orange County Register
    And while we’re at it, shouldn’t the term “social justice warrior” be offensive to Native Americans? Locally, Long Beach State was recently forced to change its mascot from the 49ers to the Sharks, because on college campuses California’s rich ...
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  • Orange County Register
    Spring stars of the tree world — jacaranda mimosifolia — are on the scene, ready for their close-ups. From Long Beach to Santa Barbara, Pasadena to Santa Ana and all points inland, these immigrants from South America and Africa are sending up blue ...
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  • Los Angeles Times
    Indeed, authorities tasked with overseeing the marijuana industry in San Francisco and Long Beach, said the number of unregulated dispensaries in those cities does not exceed the number of licensed operators. Owners of legal stores in Los Angeles say ...
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  • KTLA
    A man accused of fatally beating a Long Beach woman using an electric scooter earlier this month has pleaded not guilty to murder, Los Angeles County District Attorney officials announced Wednesday.
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  • OC Weekly
    LBX-bound! Photo courtesy Kitchen Table PR. Being a chef sometimes means moving from one kitchen to another. In the case of Chef Ross Pangilinan, it means expanding to his third property in less ...
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  • Orange County Register
    When it went to a vote, AB1505, introduced by Assembly Education Chair Patrick O’Donnell, D-Long Beach, stalled, causing embarrassment to union leaders who had invested mightily in the election of a supermajority Democratic Legislature and a new governor.
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  • OC Weekly
    It was built in 1929, and its original purpose was a firehouse,” explains Hugo Du Bois De Rothschild of his dollhouse-like eatery on Broadway and Temple in Long Beach. Firehouse Kitchen opened ...
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  • Press-Telegram
    It seems for some reason Armed Forces Day gets ignored in Long Beach. I am pretty sure Long Beach was once a Navy town (my father was stationed there in World War II). I think the military should have top priority when it comes to honor and praise.
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  • Orange County Register
    Five of the 15 police departments with the highest per capita rate of officer-involved deaths in the nation are in California: Bakersfield, Stockton, Long Beach, Santa Ana and San Bernardino, according to the statement. Data compiled by the Washington Post ...
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  • Orange County Register
    Lykke Li’s all-female music festival changes its name to Yola Día, moves to mid-August Alt 98.7 FM’s Summer Camp in Long Beach announces lineup and here’s how to get tickets Here’s who’s playing the 2019 Temecula Valley Balloon and Wine Festival ...
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  • Orange County Register
    Each week, publications from the The Southern California News Group’s 11 properties (including the Orange County Register, L.A. Daily News, Press-Enterprise, San Gabriel Valley Tribune, Long Beach Press-Telegram, The Daily Breeze, San Bernardino Sun ...
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  • KTLA
    Many are small, though Los Angeles itself and Long Beach are members. Cities pay between $1,200 and $8,000 in membership dues each year, budget documents show. The organization advocates for local ...
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  • Los Angeles Times
    Emily Mastren, 30, and her husband have been using Airbnb to rent out their backyard bungalow in Long Beach since December. It goes for $65 to $99 a night, and the couple have hosted dozens of people over the last half-year. “It pays our entire mortgage ...
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  • Orange County Register
    Downtown Long Beach has a couple of breweries, a distillery is opening soon and now a winery is coming to the area. A July opening is expected for Waters Edge Winery & Bistro, which would become Long Beach’s first winery when it pours its first glass on ...
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  • Orange County Register
    The Golden Spikes Award semifinalist is 9-0 this season with a Pac-12-best 1.42 ERA. Pettway, a right-hander from Long Beach Wilson, will not return this year after receiving a platelet-rich plasma injection. The Bruins could be on track for an all-Pac-12 ...
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  • Los Angeles Times
    The events run from 10 a.m. to 2 p.m. Long Beach: The Queen Mary will conclude a three-day “Salute to Service” with reenactments, demonstrations and lectures aboard the historic vessel. The event is from noon to 8 p.m. Admission is free to active and ...
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  • Orange County Register
    (Photo courtesy of the National Weather Service) As night falls on Monday, patchy fog may form along the beaches of Long Beach, Los Angeles and other coastal areas, which could persist into the remainder of the week, according to forecasts. But, skies ...
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  • Los Angeles Times
    Rachel Glen of Long Beach Wilson won the 300 hurdles in 41.71 and took second in the high jump at 5-7. Jazmyne Frost of Gardena Serra finished second in the 200 in 23.83. Sondheimer reported from Los Angeles.
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