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Entries from July 24th, 2008

Sundance airs season 2 of It’s Not Easy Being Green

July 24th, 2008 · No Comments · Thinking Green

It seems as if everyone’s going green, but for most people that means recycling, buying environmentally friendly products and maybe driving a hybrid vehicle. However, at least one family is taking “green” to another level. On Tuesday, July 29 at 9 p.m., Sundance Channel will present the U.S. television premiere of season two of the […]

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LB Gas, Oil Department preps for PCH pipeline improvement

July 24th, 2008 · No Comments · News

The Long Beach Gas and Oil Department (LBGO) and their contractor ARB Inc. will begin the Pacific Coast Highway natural gas pipeline improvement project with construction starting July 21 and finishing in December. The project will extend from Long Beach Boulevard to Loma along PCH with a number of side branches. The project will improve […]

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Long Beach PD trades in its blue to go green

July 24th, 2008 · No Comments · Thinking Green

The Long Beach Police Department has added 10 Toyota Priuses to its fleet and will be replacing additional vehicles in the fleet with Priuses as older vehicles are routinely retired. The Toyota Prius is a gasoline-electric hybrid vehicle with a four-cylinder engine and self-charging battery. The hybrid system requires less gas than an ordinary car […]

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Sweet Treasures Home shares 10 tips for getting green

July 24th, 2008 · No Comments · Thinking Green

Submitted by Sweet Treasures Home Shop Locally. When you shop locally you’re doing your community and your environment a favor. You will support your local retailer and decrease the environmental cost from shipping and car emissions. You will also save money by not using as much gas. Buy Vintage. Buying vintage and secondhand is great […]

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What is a wine tasting … really?

July 24th, 2008 · No Comments · The Wine Press

By Dave Solzman, Owner, Delius Restaurant I am frequently asked by customers to put on a “wine tasting” for their private party here at the restaurant or sometimes when we cater at their homes. On face value, this sounds like a simple enough request and something that is right up my alley. In theory it […]

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