A decade-long tradition continues as Buono’s Authentic Pizzeria encourages third through fifth graders, and this year 10th graders, throughout Long Beach, Signal Hill and San Pedro to participate in its 10th Annual School Poetry Contest. So far, 24 schools have committed to participating and more than 4,000 students are being encouraged to submit an entry.
“The Glory of Easter,” a passion play recreating the death and resurrection of Jesus Christ, returns to the Crystal Cathedral for a one-week engagement, Mar. 13 to Mar. 22.
Online travel agency R U For Travel has updated their contact information. For all traveling and entertainment inquiries and needs, jetsetters can e-mail founder Trina Rufo at firstname.lastname@example.org. For more information, visit www.rufortravel.com.
By Rachael Rifkin We all encounter stories on a daily basis. There are fictional stories, factual stories, gossip stories, funny stories and, if you’re unlucky, long-winded stories about the boil your Uncle Milt recently had on his nose. In my family, however, stories weren’t merely a way of life, they were a passion.
By Nick Diamantides Staff Writer A German Shepherd mix known to thousands of people in Long Beach and Signal Hill passed away recently. The dog—a female—had touched the hearts of many of our readers and many of them have wondered what ever became of the lovable canine that was rescued 11 years ago.
Forgotten Images, a traveling museum featuring the private art collection of Sharon and David McLucas, will be presented on both campuses of Long Beach City College in celebration of Black History Month.
On Thursday, Feb. 21, California State University, Long Beach (CSULB) and co-sponsor Bank of the West will present a seminar entitled “Real Estate Exit Strategies” at the Old Ranch Country Club, located at 3901 Lampson Avenue in Seal Beach. Check-in begins at 11:30 a.m. with the program starting at noon.
Bancroft Middle School’s yearbook has been awarded first place by the American Scholastic Press Association. The award was given for excellence in the fields of writing, photography and page design.
Surf’s up at the Gaslamp Restaurant & Bar. On Feb. 23 at 7p.m., surf guitarist Eddie Bertrand of the Belairs and Eddie and The Showmen are appearing in a rare performance with premier American surf band “The Eliminators.” Also playing that evening at 6 p.m. are The Surfaris, who will be performing such songs as…
Students ages 12-15 who have an interest in the environment and want to share their knowledge with counterparts in Japan and China are encouraged to apply for the Yokkaichi, Japan, Environmental Summit. Participants will depart Aug. 11 for Japan and return Aug. 20.
The Water Replenishment District received the California Society of Municipal Finance Officers Meritorious Award for outstanding budget presentation and process for the fourth consecutive year.
By Heather Posey Staff Writer The definition of health care is changing in Long Beach. Breaking the misconception of massage as a luxury saved for only special occasions, Resplendent Day Spa is showing that beauty is not the only thing that is skin deep.
New York Life Insurance Company recently announced the opening of its new Bixby Knolls office at 3711 Long Beach Boulevard, Suite 1001.
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The patients at Miller Children’s Hospital received a special delivery last Friday from Becky Stoltz, past worthy advisor of the Buena Park assembly of the International Order of Rainbow for Girls. The charitable service organization is a Masonic youth group for young women ages 11-20.