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Entries Tagged as 'Cory Bilicko'

Pedestrian tunnel linking Wrigley to Bixby Knolls becomes contentious topic at Gabelich-Johnson community meeting

January 28th, 2011 · No Comments · News

By Cory Bilicko Managing Editor When Eighth District Long Beach Councilmember Rae Gabelich scheduled Wednesday night’s community meeting, along with Seventh District Councilmember James Johnson, she’d assume its purpose would be to discuss the safety issues surrounding Los Cerritos Elementary students’ use of the Del Mar Pedestrian Tunnel/Walkway, which connects the Wrigley Heights neighborhood and […]

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Realtors, veterans and airline employees join Habitat to build homes for needy LB families

November 19th, 2010 · No Comments · News

By Cory Bilicko Managing Editor Thanks to the work of Habitat for Humanity of Greater Los Angeles (HFH GLA), South Bay realtors, local veterans, and Delta Airlines employees, several needy Long Beach families will soon be moving into new homes.

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LB Shakespeare Company’s Bent sheds light on Nazi treatment of homosexuals

September 10th, 2010 · No Comments · Art, Arts, theater, theatre

By Cory Bilicko Culture Writer Before Martin Sherman’s play Bent was published in 1979, literature that addressed the persecution of homosexuals in Nazi Germany was scarce.

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Proposition 8 ruled unconstitutional by US District judge

August 6th, 2010 · No Comments · News

By Cory Bilicko Staff Writer United States District Judge Vaughn Walker ruled Wednesday in Perry v. Schwarzenegger that Proposition 8, passed in November 2008 as an amendment to the California Constitution to define marriage as the union of one woman and one man, violates the US Constitution. Walker included with the decision a temporary stay […]

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LB Shakespeare Company wreaks havoc on society with its Conjugated Beliefs

August 3rd, 2010 · No Comments · Art, Arts, theater, theatre

By Cory Bilicko Entertainment Writer What constitutes being “civilized?” Who gets to speak up and decide what the rules are, and why do we (most of us, anyhow) end up following those rules? Who’s wrong, and who’s right? These are the philosophical questions posed by The Conjugated Beliefs of Usallica, the first play by Long […]

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