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More than a dozen celebrities from the pro/celebrity race at the Toyota Grand Prix of Long Beach made a pit stop at Miller Children’s Hospital […]
BY NICK DIAMANTIDES Staff Writer Ever since Signal Hill City Hall was completed in 1934, people in wheelchairs or with other physical limitations that prevent […]
BY NICK DIAMANTIDES Staff Writer The national mortgage crisis caused foreclosure filings to skyrocket in 2007. In 2008, even more people are slated to lose […]
Local events and happenings for the coming week.
In time for Mother’s Day, The Vintage Emporium is having its “Last Thursday of the Month Open House,” featuring decoupage art by Gigi’s Singular Sensations, […]
On March 20, the Signal Tribune asked readers if they remember anything about the photo above. Long Beach resident Deanna Nickell-Roe wrote in and said: […]
By Nick Diamantides Staff Writer A planned discussion on a proposal to install giant electronic billboards was pulled from the Long Beach City Council’s agenda […]
For those of you who missed the final Champ Car race here in Long Beach, it was a great send-off to an organization that worked […]
With so much going on in the area, I have once again decided to devote my column to random happenings and local events…enjoy!
BY NICK DIAMANTIDES Staff Writer In the last two decades police agencies throughout the United States have changed their crime-fighting tactics. Just arresting the bad […]
The Long Beach Playhouse has taken what could be both a giant leap and a swan dive with Bunbury, a flight of fancy that turns […]
Did you know that It’s a Grind caters? The coffeehouse offers delicious muffins, scones, croissants, cinnamon rolls and bagels. They can cater any size meeting […]
Just when you think you’ve got love right, everything goes wrong. The Found Theatre is presenting a brand-new play by Long Beach writer Todd Cunningham […]
by Cory Bilicko A stay-at-home film critic examines obscure titles in our new section