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Little Feat Share opens “Waiting For Col

Little Feat 2021: Sam Clayton, Scott Sharrard, Bill Payne, Tony Leone, Fred Tackett and Kenny Gradney (lr): photo by Hank Randall Columbus, OH was a fitting location for Little Feat open a spring tour which will celebrate the 45th anniversary of the band’s acclaimed live album Waiting for Columbus. During these shows, the band will […]

Preview of Sunday’s All-American Under A

The Under Armor All-American Tour hits the West Coast this weekend and features some of the nation’s top talent in every position. Mission Viejo, Calif., will be the location for this year’s Under Armor AA Camp, which will feature nearly 200 top players from the 2023, 2024 and 2025 classes. […]

Trendy dogs often increase shelter popul...

Years ago, Chihuahuas filled kennels after a little dog named Gracie lip-synched “Yo quiero Taco Bell.” Later, they were crammed into Paris Hilton-style handbags until they were, so to speak, out of fashion. The New York Times reported “sharp increases” in the number of Dalmatians turned over to shelters following the “101 Dalmatians” remake. In […]

Artina Mallett Obituary (1966 – 2022) –

Artina Mallet August 11, 1966 – February 27, 2022 Moss Point, Mississippi – Artina Lorraine Mallett was born Thursday, August 11, 1966, in Wichita, Kansas to loving parents David Wayne and Rebecca Jane Marcus. The first of three children, all girls. She shared a close bond with her sisters, Dina Danette and Delina. David Marcus […]

LBUSD to drop mask mandate March 12, per...

“After March 11, masks will be strongly recommended but not required inside school,” LBUSD said in a statement late Monday. “Existing masking requirements for those returning from COVID isolation still apply.” The Long Beach Health Department also sent out a statement announcing that those who are not vaccinated will be allowed indoors without a mask […]

Dr. Dre and Snoop Dogg paid tribute to T...

Hit rappers Dr. Dre and Snoop Dogg took the stage at the 2022 Super Bowl halftime show and, along with Kendrick Lamar, Mary J. Blige and Eminem, they put on a show that hip-hop fans won’t. will never forget. Dr Dr | Mike Coppola/FilmMagic The 2022 Super Bowl halftime show was in Tupac’s backyard The […]

New ordinance could make it a crime to a...

The order was requested in July by East Long Beach Councilman Daryl Supernaw, who showed footage of a takeover event where dozens of people and vehicles blocked the Stearns Street intersection and Bellflower Boulevard, with some attendees pointing lasers at arriving police. Supernaw said Monday that the purpose of seeking the ordinance was to ensure […]

A new college access program for young p...

Long Beach City College and the University of Southern California are launching a new program aimed at increasing access to college for youth who have been associated with gangs. The goal of the program, which begins this summer, is to help up to 300 prospective students with gang ties enroll and succeed at Long Beach […]

Upcoming Attractions at Long Beach Expo ...

A grand marquee of attractions at this Collectors Universe event, headlined by the eight-digit Tyrant coin collection and on-site grading by coins, banknotes and sports memorabilia authenticators, will take place at the Long Beach Convention Center. The Long Beach Coin, Currency, Stamp & Sports Collectible Show rolls out the red carpet February 17-19, 2022 […]

Former NFL player Troy Vincent hosts ‘ju

Troy Vincent children age five as they enter the Vincent Country Safe Zone Activity Day at John Muir Academy in Long Beach, Calif., on Tuesday, Feb. 8, 2022. More than 700 students were treated to sports, food and games as part of the NFL’s community events leading up to the Super Bowl in Los Angeles […]

‘Toxic Tours’ spotlight communities most

Break Free from Plastic’s new platform explores the world’s hardest-hit frontline communities, from India to Ohio. After hearing each story, viewers can choose to see another location or take actions designed to have local and global impact. The world is slowly transitioning to renewable energy, causing oil and gas companies to focus on new markets […]

Minimum Wage Rises, Purple Line Extensio...

Effective July 1, 2022, the minimum wage in the city of Los Angeles will increase from $15 to $16.04 an hour, Mayor Eric Garcetti announced this week. “We fought to raise the minimum wage because hard work should always be greeted with the dignity, respect and opportunity that a fair wage brings,” Garcetti said in […]

For Southern California airports, Super ...

Just down the street from SoFi Stadium, a stone’s throw from LAX and neighboring rocket-maker Space X, Levi Stockton stood among a gleaming fleet of private jets inside an Advanced Air hangar, where his company operates private charter flights, among a range of services, to Hawthorne Municipal Airport. On this day – a little over […]

All but four containers that fell from f...

Melissa Renwick, Local Journalism Initiative – 23 January 2022 / 12:00 | History: 357826 Photo: EPIC EXEO A Zim Kingston shipping container is pictured on the beach at Cape Palmerston. Three months after 109 shipping containers were overturned from the freighter Zim Kingston as it passed through rough seas off the west coast of Vancouver […]

Zim Kingston’s cargo washes up on Vancou

Three months after 109 shipping containers were overturned from the freighter Zim Kingston as it sailed through rough seas off the west coast of Vancouver Island, 105 are still missing. Ashley Tapp, co-founder of Epic Exeo, said her initial optimism that the shipowner would be held responsible for missing containers had started to fade. “I’m […]

Things to do in Long Beach this weekend ...

This weekend, catch a local comedy show featuring rising stars of the comedy scene, a wheelie disco, plus the launch of Long Beach’s first Black Restaurant Week. Scroll! COMEDY SHOW “TIKI HA HA” – BAMBOO CLUB (Thursday) Flyer courtesy of Bamboo Club. A new monthly comedy series will launch this Thursday, January 20 at the […]

8 Stunning State Parks to Visit Along Ca...

The Pacific Ocean is the undisputed star of the state parks and beaches that dot California’s central coast, but visitors don’t have to look far to find plenty of supporting sites as well. From eye-catching cliffs and groves of gnarled oaks to a glitzy castle on a hill, the section of the Golden State that […]

How Angela Madsen’s rowboat was found af

“],”renderIntial”:true,”wordCount”:350}”> In early November, the unthinkable happened. Images of the 20ft Self-Righting Rowboat Lifeline, once skippered by American Paralympic athlete Angela Madsen, resurfaced in a report by France Media Agency (AFP). Madsen’s boat, according to the article, had run aground on a remote section of Mili Atoll, a thin ring of coral islets in the […]

Lawrence Michael Olivero 1943-2021 • Ata

Lawrence Michael Olivero, known only as Mike, died on December 30, 2021, with his wife Therese by his side. It was a day before their 51st wedding anniversary. He was 78 years old. Mike was born to Lawrence and Nelda (Parks) Olivero on April 21, 1943 in Long Beach, California. He graduated from Warren High […]

Long Island’s only surf team competes in

LONG BEACH, NY – It might not be surfing season, but considering the weather, it’s a good time to think warm thoughts. Long Beach High School students are the only ones on Long Island who can take surfing as a curriculum. Started by the late surf teacher Danny Bobis over a decade ago, they use […]

Long Beach Launches Pfizer COVID-19 Boos...

Boosters were previously only allowed for ages 16 and over. The booster will be of the Pfizer brand, as Moderna and Johnson & Johnson are only available for ages 18 and over. “Science tells us that the omicron variant is highly contagious and is causing an unprecedented increase in the number of cases,” Mayor Robert […]

Razor clam lovers will love this week on...

Razor clam lovers will love this week on the Washington coast Posted 8/1/22 at 5:22 PM PST By Oregon Coast Beach Connection Staff (Washington Coast) – A new round of knife digging on the Washington Coast begins this week, with the Washington Department of Fish and Wildlife (WDFW) confirming that Jan. 14-20 will go as […]

COVID-19 cases continue to rise in Los A...

The county has seen more than 200,000 confirmed cases of COVID-19 in the past seven days, the highest number in a week since the start of the pandemic. “As the wave continues, we call on residents and businesses to continue to monitor public health safety measures that we know are reducing the spread and keeping […]

Long Beach Poly boys’ basketball postpon

Flexibility will be key for several Moore League basketball teams that have seen games postponed due to COVID-19 protocols amid a wave of coronavirus in the Long Beach area and greater Los County. Angeles. The most immediate impact is on the Long Beach Poly boys’ basketball team, which has postponed its next five games – […]

Big West’s basketball season begins amid

UC Irvine men’s basketball coach Russell Turner was unable to take a phone call Wednesday afternoon as he was scheduled to attend a “Zoom meeting” with his team. And so it starts again. COVID-19 protocols have led four of the 11 schools in the Big West Conference to shut down athletic activity for the time […]

The highly anticipated Violins of Hope c...

“I look forward to joining the wonderful musicians of the Long Beach Symphony in sharing this remarkable collection of Holocaust survivor instruments,” Long Beach Symphony director Eckart Preu said in a statement. “Each is a testament to the perseverance and resilience of the human spirit, and the soul of each instrument has been shaped by […]

10 New York beaches worth taking the tra...

New York city dwellers don’t have to venture too far to find many stunning beaches where sun, sand, sea and surf can be enjoyed. Many of the beaches in this world-famous part of the United States even rival the prettiest shores in Florida, California, and other hot spots for sun-seeking tourists. Whether relaxing, building sandcastles, […]

When there is a military death, this wom...

At midnight, Laura Herzog received a text. The group of Marines she was with wanted to go to Waffle House. Prior to the funeral of a deceased Marine Sergeant, she and the Marines from Twentynine Palms Base had traveled to Florida and were staying at a hotel in Tampa. They would order food and joke […]

Daily limit drops to 15 clams with a fir...

Razor clam digging returns to start the new year, but the 20 clam limit will end and diggers will be limited to the first 15 clams they dig. The Washington Department of Fish and Wildlife (WDFW) has confirmed that the next round of digs could go ahead as planned from December 30 to January 5. […]

Lars Ulrich’s sons play Taipei Houston a

Metallica drummer’s sons Lars Ulrich, Myles and Layne Ulrich performed the role of Taipei Houston on Thursday, December 16 at August Hall in San Francisco, Calif. Their set was part of Metallica’s “San Francisco Takeover” event which marked the band’s 40th anniversary. You can watch a fan-filmed video of the performance below. Taipei Houston features […]

What is Kwanzaa? How the holidays were ...

With Thanksgiving past and preparations for the next set of holidays in full swing, how can you be part of the celebration with the community? What other festivals are celebrated locally besides Christmas? Considering the diversity of the community in Stockton, Kwanzaa is one of the many celebrations seen. Millions of people of African descent […]

Obituary of ROSALIE TCHAD (2021) – Newto

CHAD, Rosalie at the age of 98, died Sunday, December 5 at Cordingly Dam Falls in Newton, MA. For 63 years, Rosalie was the beloved wife of the late Morris Chad (died in 2013 at the age of 92). Loving mother of David and his wife Rita, Ruth and her husband Mark Friedman. Cherished grandmother […]

Thailand prepares a lasting comeback for...

Koh Phi Phi Ley (Thailand) (AFP) – As travel halted and the world was locked in, in the dazzling blue waters of Thailand’s idyllic Phi Phi Islands, a gentle rebirth was underway. Mass tourism had brought the archipelago, immortalized in Leonardo DiCaprio’s film “The Beach”, to the brink of ecological disaster. Now Thailand is hoping […]

Snowy owls in Connecticut: here’s what y

“We don’t get that very often,” the agency told Hearst Connecticut of calls about injured snowy owls in the state. So how common are snowy owls in Connecticut? Here’s everything you need to know about the bird in Nutmeg State. Are Snowy Owls Native to Connecticut? According to the director of Beardsley Zoo in Connecticut […]

Santa Claus brings ‘fishmas’ joy to Aqua

Even seals, otters and sharks are entering the holiday season. The Aquarium of the Pacific kicked off its winter festivities this weekend, with popular tourist destination Long Beach adorned with Christmas decorations. There were crafts, Hanukkah and Kwanzaa stories, and other holiday activities. And Santa Claus traded his reins for snorkeling gear, entertaining people underwater. […]

Air Force to test undefeated Long Beach ...

History links Game 8 Air Force Falcons (4-3) vs. Long Beach State Beach (6-0) 2:00 p.m. MT, Clune Arena, USAFA, Colorado. Sunday 5 December How to follow Direct: Mountain West Network (Vince Greco, Rachel Galligan) Live Statistics: StatDiffusion Twitter: Follow @AF_WBB before, during and after the game for updates COVID-19 Update-Current Department of Defense and […]

Frederick W. Kershaw Jr., 84

Frederick W. Kershaw Jr. 84, went to be with our Lord on November 23, 2021. Frederick William Kershaw Jr. was born to Frederick W. Kershaw, Sr. and Ruth Krpicak Parent in Jamaica, NY on July 13, 1937. Fred enlisted in the US Air Force just out of high school in 1957 as an aircraft mechanic. […]

UCLA vs. Washington Canceled Due to COVI...

The UCLA basketball game against Washington Sunday in Seattle was called off due to COVID-19 issues in the Huskies’ schedule, the Times has learned. It was not immediately clear whether Washington should forfeit, for example. Pac-12 Conference Policy, or if the match had to be rescheduled. Pac-12 officials had announced ahead of the season that […]

Morning briefing: metro police contract ...

Start your day with LAist Sign up for the Morning Brief, delivered on weekdays. Hello the It’s December 3. The metropolitan police are sticking around and receiving a financial boost. In a vote Thursday afternoon, the Los Angeles subway board approved a contract extension and increased funding for law enforcement agencies responsible for public safety […]

ODI to host pre-Kwanzaa celebration

The Diversity and Inclusion Office is preparing a pre-Kwanzaa celebration Friday at Hale Hall at 6 p.m. Credit: TNS Immersion in African culture is the name of the game for the Office of Diversity and Inclusion’s pre-Kwanzaa celebration on Friday at Hale Hall. The celebration, which will take place at 6 p.m., aims to educate […]

Long Beach Symphony presents Violins Of ...

Arriving in Long Beach on Monday, January 3, 2022, the Violins of Hope will be featured at two unforgettable public events while touring classrooms across the city, delivering the important messages of hope, tolerance, inclusion and the need to commemorate and remember our past. LONG BEACH, California, December 2, 2021 – The eagerly awaited Violins […]

Prison for a couple who lied to Covid-19...

SINGAPORE – A woman who repeatedly prevented a health worker from performing her duties amid the Covid-19 epidemic by withholding information and giving false information was sentenced to six months in prison on Wednesday, November 24 . Shi Sha, 38, had previously been convicted of four counts under the Infectious Disease Act. On Wednesday, her […]

Long Beach nonprofit struggles to “weath

Long Beach’s Compound is a contemporary art space with a focus on culture, wellness, and community – think yoga and sunset sound baths in the Sculpture Garden. There’s an airy courtyard, several exhibition galleries, and nooks for artist talks, live music, and socially responsible film screenings. It presents itself as a “cultural sanctuary”. But Compound […]