The first meeting of the Long Beach Bartenders Cabinet, to the pleasant surprise of its founder, Robert Molina, attracted a packed house of bartenders, barbacks and bar managers (and one nurse) from the ritziest of restaurants like Parker’s Lighthouse & Queensview Steakhouse to the more locally coveted dive bars like The Stache and Alex's Bar.
CSULB will lead a two-year project called Developing Engaging and Effective Practice: Advancing STEM Education via Univeristy-Community Collaborations through the grant. The project is aimed to strengthen science, technology, engineering and mathematics (STEM) teaching and learning by "fostering partnerships between local after-school programs and informal science education institutions."
On Tuesday, March 10, the Mandatory Spay/Neuter and Pet Shop ordinances will go up for a city council vote (read a previous article about the ordinances and the comments following it here). The meeting starts at 6PM at the council chambers at the Long Beach Civic Center, 333 Ocean Blvd. The entire ordinance can be accessed here.