AOC7 to Host Sixth Annual Book Drive and Literacy Fair

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AOC7 will be celebrating their sixth annual Book Drive and Literacy Fair, called Reading in the LB Sea, in MacArthur Park on May 12 by distributing donated books to children.
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Long Beach Symphony Announces its 2018-2019 Classical Concert Series

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The Long Beach Symphony will be having its 2018-2019 Classical Concert Series including six concerts starting September 29, 2018 and ending on June 8, 2019.
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Local Arts Coalition Opens Exhibit RECLAIMING VOICES of Sexual Assault Survivors

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Multidisciplinary artist Karla Camacho, who is a survivor herself, is known for her colorful pottery and paintings. She said this exhibit is an entirely new body of work.
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CSULB National Pan-Hellenic Council to Host Its 25th Long Beach Step Show

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The National Pan-Hellenic Council (NPHC) at Cal State Long Beach will host the 25th Long Beach Step Show at the Walter Pyramid on Saturday.
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Long Beach Career-Linked Learning to Host Career and Internship Readiness Conference for High School Students

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Long Beach CaLL is a nonprofit organization that provides work-based learning opportunities for students from middle school to college.
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Jones Bicycles Closes After Serving Long Beach Community for Over 100 Years

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Jones Bicycles, a local bike shop on 2nd Street in Belmont Shore, is closing after serving the Long Beach community for 108 years.
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Willmore Neighborhood Tenants Share Last Meal on Final Day of Eviction Notice

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Willmore area residents renting from an apartment complex at 939 Pacific Avenue gathered together to share a meal on a Saturday in late March, coinciding as the final day in a 60-day notice to evict from the building.
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Spectrum and Rebuilding Together Home Renovation Provides Aid to Local Resident

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Spectrum and Rebuilding Together hosted the first Spectrum Housing Assist Event on Saturday to renovate a local resident’s home in Long Beach’s eastside.
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IN PICTURES: Renowned Choreographer Aaron Cash Brings One-Man Show to LB Playhouse

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Cash has danced and worked for Cher, Michael Jackson, Prince, Paula Abdul, Frank Sinatra and many more throughout his 40-plus years performing.
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CSULB to Hold Seventh Annual Green Generation Mixer and Sustainability Project Showcase

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Cal State Long Beach (CSULB) is holding its seventh annual Green Generation Mixer and Sustainability Project Showcase as part of Earth Week on April 19 at Earl Burns Miller Japanese Garden.
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