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Entries from November 23rd, 2011

Recent grad becomes first Rhodes Scholar from CSULB

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Stephanie Bryson, a 2011 graduate of California State University, Long Beach, has been named a Rhodes Scholar, and she is the first graduate of the university to receive the internationally renowned award. The Rhodes Trust named a total of 80 recipients worldwide, 32 from the United States, in this year’s class of Rhodes Scholars who […]

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Thoughts from the Publisher

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Neena Strichart Publisher Nearly every homosapien on this planet is aware that today is “Black Friday.” For those non-shopper types who may be reading this, the definition of “Black Friday,” according to blackfridayandcybermonday.com, is “the day after Thanksgiving in the United States, [and] is historically one of the busiest retail shopping days of the year.” […]

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Commentary: Less is more this holiday season

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By Tawra Kellam After laying down my last women’s magazine telling me how to be less stressed during the holidays, I’m even more confused and stressed than ever. On one page I’m told to take time for myself and indulge in a lovely spa bath. As I turn the page, I’m told to give all […]

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Homeboy Industries founder to discuss his award-winning book

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Father Greg Boyle, founder and executive director of Homeboy Industries, whose award-winning memoir Tattoos on the Heart: The Power of Boundless Compassion spent more than a year on the Los Angeles Times bestseller charts, will discuss and sign his book as part of the Friends of the Long Beach Public Library Blanche Collins Forum on […]

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Knowing one’s medications can help ensure safe, healthy holiday and winter travels

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As the winter travel season approaches, the American Pharmacists Association is encouraging consumers to talk with their pharmacists about their medications before they pack their bags. This will help ensure each person knows the best way to pack their medications, what to do if the medication is lost and anything to be aware of with […]

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