Beginning Jan. 28 and at no additional cost to the shopper, the pedicab company the Long Beach Pedaler Society will offer a grocery-delivery service for residents residing within a one-mile radius of Trader Joe’s in Bixby Knolls. This service has been made possible by the Bike-Friendly Business District (BFBD) program in partnership with the Bixby…
In 2006, CBGB, New York’s definitive rock music club, closed its doors on Manhattan’s Bowery. The closure sparked something in New York-based photographer Rhona Bitner, and she set out to capture the aftermath of ravaged rock’n’roll stages with her camera.
The Long Beach City Prosecutor’s Office has presented five awards to individuals and groups who, working with the City Prosecutor’s Office, have made “a significant, positive impact in the City of Long Beach in the past year.”
The Government Finance Officers Association of the United States and Canada (GFOA) has awarded the Water Replenishment District of Southern California (WRD) the GFOA’s Distinguished Budget Presentation Award in recognition of its comprehensive and transparent budget process.
Rancho Los Cerritos is currently recruiting volunteers for Visitors from the Past, its Living History Tour program in which docents lead guests through the historic adobe house as “cast members” from Rancho history.
Artist Susan Holsclaw’s work is being presented at the Liberty Art Gallery, 435 Alamitos Ave., as a retrospective that reflects the time period from the turbulent years of the Vietnam War era to the present. The exhibit features works in oil, pastel, charcoal and mixed media.
The City of Long Beach unveiled artist Patrick Vogel’s sculpture entitled “The Train Has Left the Station” on Saturday, Jan. 21 at Orizaba Park, 1435 Orizaba Ave. The sculpture was installed on Jan. 19 and revealed to the public during the park’s grand opening on Jan. 21.
Long Beach Board of Education District 2 candidate Ricardo Linarez issued an email Thursday announcing that he has secured the endorsements of Assemblymembers Warren T. Furutani and Isadore Hall
Vicki Paris Goodman Culture Writer Naples Rib Company has been on my radar for years. But Sam and I live in Bixby Knolls, which sometimes seems like the other side of the world from Naples. Consequently, we had never set foot in the place. Our loss.
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Rachael Rifkin Staff Writer Signal Hill has always been a special place for Julia Ahmadinia and Jonathan Amos. When they started dating in 2006, it quickly became one of their favorite hangout spots. Their affinity for the city on the hill took on a new significance when they learned that Jonathan’s grandparents, Vernon and Rena…
Stephanie Raygoza Staff Writer At the I-710 Long Beach Oversight Committee meeting on Jan. 17, attendees were introduced to new zero-emissions technology efforts and infrastructure from Siemens and Gateway Cities as part of a community participation status report. The meeting further explored the electrification of truck lanes and the proposed corridor project under the working…
The Long Beach Police Department announced Wednesday that charges have been filed by the Los Angeles County District Attorney’s Office against two suspects for the murder of five individuals at a homeless encampment in 2008.
The filing period for Long Beach City Council seats closed on Friday, Jan. 13 at 5pm. The following incumbents and challengers have qualified as candidates in the April 2012 election: Janet Ballantyne, Mike Kamer and Vice Mayor Suja Lowenthal for the 2nd district; Daryl A. Supernaw and John Watkins for the 4th district, with current…
IRS Free File, which has been making taxes a little less “taxing” for a decade, opened Jan. 17. More than 33 million returns have been filed through Free File since its debut. Anyone can use Free File, either the brand-name software offered by the IRS’s commercial partners or the online fillable forms.