On Friday, Feb. 18, more than 50 guests, including city and state representatives, community leaders and Long Beach Unified School District personnel, gathered at The Children’s Clinic Family Health Center at Hamilton Middle School (TCC/HMS) to celebrate the groundbreaking of the new state-of-the-art health center scheduled to open this June.
The Los Altos United Methodist Church will host a benefit concert on Saturday, March 12 at 7pm to help children visit their mothers in Chowchilla State Prison this Mother’s Day.
By Brett Ashley Hawkins Editorial Intern In July 2010, artist Margie Darrow of Long Beach was driving her car while thinking of her next project of artistic expression.
The Long Beach Playhouse has announced that the next session of its Youth Theatre School will begin Saturday, March 5.
Cambodia is renowned for the extraordinary art produced during the Angkor period of the Khmer empire, between the ninth and the 15th centuries, when sculptors mastered the art of bronze casting and created profound images of Hindu and Buddhist divinities.
Fourth District Councilmember Patrick O’Donnell will once again host his annual Snow Day event on Saturday, March 19 at Whaley Park, 5620 Atherton St., from 11am to 3pm.
Long Beach Symphony Orchestra recently announced that Music Director Enrique Arturo Diemecke and Principal POPS! Conductor Steven Reineke have been appointed to noted symphony orchestras.
The Long Beach Police Pipe Band was introduced at the opening ceremonies of the Scottish Festival last weekend at the Queen Mary Seawalk.
Accounting majors at California State University, Long Beach (CSULB) are assisting students and members of the community with their 2010 tax returns free of charge through the Volunteer Income Tax Assistance (VITA) program, which will run through March 25 at the university.
By Carol Berg Sloan Columnist I had to drive up north via Interstate 5 recently and wanted some snacks for the road trip, for, as many of you know, while there are many places to grab a bite, most are fast-food joints or gas-station grocery mini marts.
Construction and landscaping are underway on a small passive park in the 6th District that will be part of a bicycle pathway that leads south toward Orange Avenue.
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By Stephanie Raygoza Editorial Intern Having already approved $27 million in budget cuts by increasing class sizes in order to prepare for the event that California voters do not approve extending current taxes, the Long Beach Unified School District’s (LBUSD) school board also approved an additional $24.4 million in cuts Tuesday evening, with further plans…
By Stephanie Raygoza Editorial Intern Sunny weather and feel-good tunes filled the atmosphere as hundreds of eager volunteers, children and adults alike, came out last Saturday to help build a new playground all in one day at the newly named “21st to Hill Mini Park.”
With its new Signal Hill Collection, a 54-townhome community with technologically advanced cost and energy efficiencies, the homebuilder City Ventures is offering what is expected to be the largest single neighborhood of LEED (Leadership in Energy & Environmental Design) Gold Certified homes in California– the first ever in the Long Beach area and the first…