Incoming Dew Tour activations to highlight local artists, engage Long Beach students

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While it’s not always expected for a large, multi-day festival to incorporate the talent of the local community into its programming, Dew Tour certainly raises the bar by showcasing the skills of local artists and designers for all attendees...
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Long Beach Harbor Commissioners Announce Port Budget for Upcoming Fiscal Year

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On Monday the Long Beach Board of Harbor Commissioners approved a $982 million budget for the Port of Long Beach (POLB)’s upcoming fiscal year.
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UPDATE: California Budget Approves Funding Request for Shark Research, Beach Safety

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The Legislature approved the 2018-19 budget Thursday and included Assemblymember Patrick O’Donnell’s request for funding to research increasing shark sightings.
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UPDATE: BROCKHAMPTON Still to Headline Agenda Festival

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BROCKHAMPTON will remain the headliner of Agenda Festival despite previously announcing their cancellation of all US tour dates.
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California Arts Council Awards Carpenter Performing Arts Center with Arts Education: Exposure Grant

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The California Arts Council plans to award $15,300 to the Carpenter Performing Arts Center.
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New Mural Honoring Veteran Community Unveiled at Century Villages at Cabrillo

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Last month a new mural honoring the naval history of The Villages at Cabrillo and the veterans who have lived there since its beginnings in 1997 was unveiled during a dedication ceremony.
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Long Beach Ranks 21st in National ParkScore Report

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Last year, Long Beach placed 24th in a tie with six other cities, including Las Vegas and Oakland. In 2016, the city ranked 22nd.
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Long Beach Creamery to Celebrate Opening of Downtown Location, Vegan Fast Food Headed This Way

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Welcome to Foodie Friday, our biweekly report on the latest neighborhood nosh and local libation news in Long Beach.
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First Summer Saturdays Comes Out of the Gate Strong With Long Beach Beer Trolley and More

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“The real mission of the event is to have the business host an activity that showcases what they do and what they do best,” said BKBIA Executive Director Blair Cohn.
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No Strangers to Tough Competition, Maritime Bicycle Couriers Pedal On

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With in-car delivery services like Postmates and Uber Eats now dominating the food delivery landscape in Long Beach, how has one small bicycle-based delivery service kept the wheels turning for the past four years?
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