3 new sea otter pups make their debut at Aquarium of the Pacific
Three young sea otters, all found stranded on California beaches, can now be seen feeding, frolicking and generally looking furry and cute at the Aquarium of the Pacific.
Things to do in Long Beach this weekend including… a furniture swap and a craft beer festival
Plus, craft markets, a wine night for moms and the return of Taste of Downtown.
Studebaker Road project, now projected to cost $38M, could break ground in 2024
A long-planned revamp of Studebaker Road in East Long Beach has gotten more expensive, and its start date has been pushed back.
Council moves to recognize June as ‘Pride Month’, May 22 as ‘Harvey Milk Day’ in Long Beach
To coincide with the two new recognitions, the Progress Flag, which is a version of the Pride Flag that includes stripes for the transgender community as well as black and brown stripes for communities of color, will be flown at city hall from May 22 through the month of June.
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From prison to clippers: How Andre Cobbs transformed his life to become a celebrity barber
Shortly after his release from prison, Andre Cobbs headed to the beach to cut hair for anyone who was interested. Soon, he was able to grow his clientele and slowly build up a name for himself.