Venerating Veterans

Joining in on the Veterans Day Parade festivities are period-dressed representatives from District XIII Daughters of the American Revolution and Eliza Donner Houghton Society, the Children of the American Revolution. Pictured left forefront is Richard Boone.

Second Starbucks on its way to SH; Council pay raise discussed

By Nick Diamantides, Staff Writer A new Starbucks is coming to Signal Hill. On Tuesday, the Signal Hill City Council approved a conditional use permit (CUP) that will allow the planned facility to operate in the 23.5-acre Signal Hill Gateway Center near the northwest corner of Spring Street and California Avenue. That center currently houses…

Spotlight on Advertisers : Vintage Emporium

Vintage Emporium is having its Holiday Craft Boutique and Vintage Market on Saturday, Nov. 17 from 9 a.m. to 2 p.m. at Mr. Jan’s Antique Mall auditorium. Start your holiday shopping with vintage treasures and unique handmade items from local artists. Mr. Jan’s Antique Mall is located at 1133 East Wardlow Road in Long Beach.…

Reminiscing

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Spotlight on Advertisers : It’s A Grind

To spread holiday cheer, It’s A Grind coffee houses are serving up specialty drinks available nationwide. From now until the new year, White Chocolate Peppermint Bark Mocha and Frozen White Chocolate Peppermint Bark Mocha topped with whipped cream, Ghirardelli chocolate shavings and peppermint sprinkles will be on tap, and a special holiday blend will be…

Christmas Tree Lane will light thanks to Wrigley Association

David Carlton, President of the Wrigley Association along with Treasurer Annie Greenfeld-Wisner presented Long Beach City Council Member Tonia Reyes Uranga with a $7,000 check last Tuesday to be used for upgrades to the lighting on Christmas Tree Lane. This is in addition to the $12,200 the Wrigley Association had previously given to Partners of…

Not just a ‘man’s job’: Working-class women honored at luncheon

By Vivian Malauulu Special to the Signal Tribune Several barrier-breaking women were honored last Sunday as Long Beach City Council Member Tonia Reyes Uranga recognized the “SHEroes” during the Sixth Annual Harry Bridges Institute (HBI) Luncheon Honoring Working Class Women. “This fantastic event really highlights women who are employed in non-traditional roles,” said Reyes Uranga.…

Academic Uprise helps kids succeed

By Nick Diamantides Staff Writer Many adults are familiar with the old saying, “A mind is a terrible thing to waste.” Many parents and educators have also experienced the deep frustration of watching young people with tremendous potential falling by the wayside and never putting their innate abilities to any good use. Elder Eddie Pierson…