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Entries Tagged as 'Vivian J. Malauulu'

Bixby Knolls UPS Store celebrates its success by opening new location

March 11th, 2011 · No Comments · Business, News

By Vivian Malauulu Contributing Writer Anthony Wingfield, owner of the UPS Store at the Bixby Plaza, attributes the success of his business to good, old-fashioned customer service.

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Utility tractor rig driver was self-taught musician active in local groups

November 12th, 2010 · No Comments · Commentary

By Vivian J.Malauulu The harbor area waterfront was changed forever during the early hours of the morning on Thursday, Nov. 4 when Bert Tufele became the first longshore worker of Samoan descent to die on the job at the Stevedore Services of America (SSA) Marine Terminal on Pier A in Long Beach.

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With their own future ventures in mind, two Women’s Conference volunteers learn some invaluable lessons

October 29th, 2010 · No Comments · News

By Vivian J. Malauulu Contributing Writer Every year for the past six years, thousands upon thousands of women gather at the Long Beach Convention Center to attend the annual, and always sold-out, Women’s Conference hosted by California First Lady Maria Shriver. Women arrive from all over the country for a variety of reasons. Some attend […]

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World’s first Pacific Island Ethnic Art Museum opens in Long Beach

October 22nd, 2010 · No Comments · Art, Arts

By Vivian J. Malauulu Contributing Writer Long Beach City College alumnus Iuogafa Salima was 10 years old and on a church malaga– a ceremonial visit taken according to Samoan custom– to the small island of Savai’i in what was then Western Samoa, when she discovered her passion for anthropology.

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