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300 Volunteers Needed For Fourth Annual Bicycle Count

Volunteers Sought for Fourth Annual Bicycle Count Photo by Richard Masoner Want to help make Long Beach the most bike friendly city in the nation? Here’s your chance to get involved by volunteering for the City’s Fourth Annual Bicycle Count on Thursday, October 20, or Sunday, October 23.

Long Beach Celebrates National Bike Month With A Variety Of Options For 2011

bikes Volunteers – Third Annual Bike Coun Photo by Umberto Brayj Food, festivals and fundraisers are part of the City of Long Beach’s annual celebration of National Bike Month in May 2011 as community organizations join with Bike Long Beach to host bike-friendly activities and promote safe riding on city streets and bikeways.

Moving Long Beach Community Meetings Begin at CSULB

moving long beach community meetings On Thursday, April 7, 2011 the public is invited to attend the first “Moving Long Beach” meeting to discuss ways that residents can become involved in making Long Beach a more healthy, livable and active community.

“Moving Long Beach – Bikes Are Only the Beginning” A Community Conversation

Moving Long Beach – Bikes Are Only the Beginning Carrying forward the torch for Mark Bixby’s bicycle and active living legacy the non-profit advocacy group Bikeable Communities joins with Vice Mayor Suja Lowenthal, CSULB Sustainable Transportation Coordinator Elissa Briggs Thomas, and Mobility Coordinator Charlie Gandy to invite our local community to an interactive group dialogue on how we can use the “Livable Streets” model to help make Long Beach a more vibrant, thriving, healthy and desirable place for everyone.

Protect Your Financial Assets; CSULB Seminar Begins Tuesday

financial seminar The Office of Estate and Gift Planning at California State University, Long Beach (CSULB) is offering a free, three-part seminar series titled “Protect Your Financial Assets…Today, Tomorrow and Always” at the Long Beach campus.

4th Street Celebrates Annual Holiday Open House “Mad Men” Style! December 17th 6-9 pm!

Last Saturdays on 4th street retro row Stores Will Be Open Late Offering Swingin’ Specials, Music & Food/Drink! 4th Street is getting into the holiday spirit this year “Mad Men” style! The 36+ shops along 4th Street (from Junipero to Cherry) will be open until 9 pm on Friday, December 17th, offering swingin’ specials, stiff cocktails (and, yes, mocktails) and finger-snappin’ tunes for your browsing and buying pleasure!

CSULB Professor to Discuss Promising Research into Alzheimer’s Disease Treatment at CNSM Fellows Colloguium on Nov. 16

Vasanthy Narayanaswami Promising Research into Alzheimer's Disease Treatment Dr. Vasanthy Narayanaswami The degenerative brain condition of Alzheimer’s disease currently affects more than 5.3 million Americans and could occur in more than 25 million people worldwide by 2025, according to the Alzheimer’s Association.

City of Long Beach Still Seeking Volunteers for Third Annual Bike Count

bike-commuter Photo by bicyclesonly Want to help make Long Beach the most bike friendly city in the nation? Here’s your chance to get involved: Count bikes to make bikes count! Volunteer for the City’s Third Annual Bicycle Count on Thursday, October 14, or Sunday, October 17.

The Annex a Neighborhood Bar Where Everybody Knows Your Name

Annex Sunset EverythingLongBeach recently spoke with Jerome Chiaro, owner of Annex, via email. They talked about inspirations, challenges and what’s it’s like having a business in Los Altos. How long have you been in business?: 15 yrs Describe your business: The Annex is a little neighborhood beer bar built in 1952.

City of Long Beach Call for Volunteers – Third Annual Bike Count

bikes Volunteers – Third Annual Bike Coun Photo by Umberto Brayj Want to help make Long Beach the most bike friendly city in the nation? Here’s your chance to get involved: Count bikes to make bikes count! Volunteer for the City’s Third Annual Bicycle Count on Thursday, October 14, or Sunday, October 17.

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