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Celebrating the richness and diversity of African-American and African cultures, the Aquarium’s fifteenth annual African-American Festival will take place on Saturday and Sunday, February 25 and 26, from 9:00 a.m.
The community is invited to attend a series of events designed to further activate Harvey Milk Park and Equality Plaza (Harvey Milk Park) throughout February and March. The series will include coffee gatherings, live music, educational sessions, and a re-creation of a Long Beach Debate Club called Spit ‘n’ Argue.
In a large, tastefully appointed townhouse, the Deputy Mayor of New York has shot himself. Though only a flesh wound, four couples are about to experience a severe farce attack. Despite being his tenth wedding anniversary party, the host lies bleeding in the other room and his wife is nowhere in sight.
A powerful storm system is expected to bring several inches of rain and high winds, beginning Friday morning through Saturday morning.
East Long Beach will bustle with activity on Saturday, April 29, from 11:00 am to 5:00 pm, for the City’s fourth Beach Streets Open Street event, from Atherton Street up to Spring Street, and will feature thousands of people walking, bicycling and socializing on car-free streets.
2012 Naples Boardwalk Finish Line On Sunday April 2, the Boys and Girls Club of Long Beach Board Members and Community Members will walk 3 miles to raise money for the Healthy Lifestyle Program. Since 2011, Board Member, Dr.
Nancy Pfeffer is currently one of the seven members of the Long Beach Transit Board of Directors, in addition she serves on the Board of FuturePorts and the Government Affairs Council at the Long Beach Area Chamber of Commerce.
Get your passport stamped in Argentina as Fuego continues its 12-country Latin American 2017 tour on Sunday, February 19 from 11 a.m. to 2 p.m. Fuego’s authentic Argentina dishes will be accentuated by live Latin music with The Sounds of Argentina.
AOC7 stands for Anaheim, Orange, Cherry & 7th St. These four streets represent the borders to improve the overall quality of life within our community. AOC7 is committed to accomplishing its mission by joining residents and businesses to prevent community deterioration and enhance public safety.
Romances at the Rancho, with its special Valentine’s-themed tours, will return February 11. Since the Rancho was first built in 1844, it has been the site of great love stories. Visitors will be able to hear these stories first-hand, as costumed interpreters portray former Rancho residents.