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Following the release of a new report from the Lawrence Berkeley National Laboratory that California is on track to meet its 2020 target for greenhouse gas reductions, but not its 2050 target, Long Beach City Councilmember and State Assembly candidate Steve Neal released the following statement.
Mobül, the new home mobility store in Long Beach, continues its commitment to community service hosting its third Mobül University class on Nov.
As part of National Cyber Security Awareness Month, the Port of Long Beach will present a free workshop on Computer Security Threats on Wednesday, Oct.
Port publications from the late 1950s through the 2000s are now available online. The Harbor Highlights and later Interport magazines cover the years 1958-2005, and feature stories on day-to-day Port activities, photos — many in color — of important events and guests, and the Port’s annual reports, which show how trade, cargo and revenue developed over the last half-century.
Who are undead, gorgeous, and roll on eight wheels? The Long Beach Derby Gals, that’s who! Long Beach’s own all-female roller derby league is throwing a Zombie Prom, including a pop-up roller rink.
Los Angeles comedy group Comics & Comics, known for their nerd and pop culture focused standup, will be performing at the Long Beach Laugh Factory during the Long Beach Comic and Horror Con on Sunday, November 24th at 8:00pm.
After drinking ninety bloody marys during the ninety days of summer, Long Beach-based writer Shelley Buchanan is putting her research to work by publishing The Drunken Tomato, Southern California’s first bloody mary city guide.
A LOT and Taste of North Town have partnered together to bring local restaurants and incredible art experiences at A LOT North, Artesia and Atlantic, on Sunday October 20th from 11:30 to 5:00pm.
For the second year in a row, Simmzy’s on 2nd St. in Belmont Shore is teaming up with the MemorialCare Breast Center at Long Beach Memorial to create awareness and support a good cause.
On Sunday, local foodies had the rare opportunity to dine al fresco in an urban garden at The Long Beach Farm Dinner. The event was a fundraiser for The Growing Experience in Carmelitos.