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Anya Fernald Headlines Future of Food talk at Aquarium of the Pacific, February 4

Anya Fernald Photo by Chad Ziemendorf

Anya Fernald Photo by Chad Ziemendorf The Aquarium of the Pacific is presenting The Future of Food, an ongoing series of talks hosted by Los Angeles Times Food Editor Russ Parsons and featuring experts representing different sectors of the American food system.

LBPD Chief, Robert Luna to Speak at LB CPAC February Meeting

Chief of Police Robert Luna

Chief of Police Robert Luna The Long Beach Central Project Area Council, Inc. (LB CPAC) will hold its regular, monthly meeting at 6pm on Thursday, February 5, 2015, at I LOVE VEGAN at 2264 Pacific Ave., Long Beach, 90806.  I LOVE VEGAN is a vegan / Thai restaurant in Wrigley Village. 

Long Beach Harbor Prepares for Royal Rendezvous 2015

The Queen Mary to be Visited by Cunard's Queen Elizabeth. This will be the first-ever Port Stop in Long Beach Harbor by a contemporary Cunard ship.

The Queen Mary to be Visited by Cunard’s Queen Elizabeth. This will be the first-ever Port Stop in Long Beach Harbor by a contemporary Cunard ship. The Queen Mary will receive her sea-going “niece”, February 5, 2015.

Watch The ‘State of the Port’ Address Live Via Webcast Thursday


A live webcast of the annual “State of the Port” address offering a look at the accomplishments of 2014 and the challenges of the year ahead for the Port of Long Beach — presented this year by new Chief Executive Jon Slangerup — will be available at 8:15 a.m.

California Repertory Company Presents Sara Ruhl’s The Clean House


Sara Ruhl’s The Clean House is a smart, witty, and touching comedy of true love and the devastating power of the perfect joke. Director Joanne Gordon brings this love story to stage in CSULB Theatre Arts Department’s Cal Rep production.

Dodger Alumni to Visit Long Beach Rescue Mission Today


The Los Angeles Dodgers this week are serving the greater Los Angeles community on their 12th annual Community Service Caravan, Pitching in the Community presented by Bank of America. This civic engagement initiative includes participation from Dodger players, alumni and employees and Bank of America volunteers and will continue through Friday, January 30.

Hearing Dog “Speaks” at Hearing Loss Association Meeting February 12

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Camille Jenkins and her hearing dog, Rico will be speakers (Rico barks at loud noises)  at the Hearing Loss Association of America (HLAA) Long Beach/Lakewood Chapter on Thursday, February 12, 2015, 6:30 p.m., Weingart Center, 5220 Oliva Avenue, Lakewood, CA 90712. 

C.A.T. Hosts 10th-annual Father/Daughter Dance February 8


Fathers and Grandfathers have an opportunity to take their daughters or granddaughters out for dancing to party classics. There is no age requirement, so young and old are able to enjoy the evening. Girls may also be accompanied by their uncle, guardian or an adult relative.

The Found Theatre Hosts Three Performances Of New Performance Piece “Feral Child”


Feral Child is a performance art piece centering around Greta, a distraught young woman, and her perspective of societal constructs. After throwing a tantrum, she fragments her personality into six facets: Logic, Confusion, Sullen, Manic, Curiosity, and Maternal.

St. Mary Medical Center Partners With Long Beach Schools For “Great Kindness Challenge”


Hundreds of students throughout Long Beach—and thousands throughout Southern California—are taking up the “Great Kindness Challenge” during the week of January 26 – 30. The Challenge inspires youth across the region to promote positive change by embracing the power of showing kindness to others – similar to Dignity Health’s business philosophy and tradition of caring.

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