Mother’s Market to Celebrate Signal Hill Grand Opening, Pie Bar Opens a Second Location in Glendale

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Although technically in Signal Hill, Long Beach fans of Mother’s Market & Kitchen will be happy to hear the Orange County-based business is expanding into the area.
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UPDATE: LBUSD Approves Local Man’s Initiative to Send Low-Income Students to See BLACK PANTHER

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The local artist who joined the #BlackPantherChallenge by starting his own GoFundMe to send low-income, Central Long Beach students to see Marvel’s latest superhero flick has hit a roadblock.
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NEA Grant to Support New Design Project to Build Trust Between Police, Residents

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A $30,000 grant from the National Endowment for the Arts (NEA) will support a project aiming to build trust and cooperation between the Long Beach Police Department (LBPD) and Long Beach residents, ArtCenter College of Design announced earlier this...
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Long Beach Public Library Celebrates 15 Years of Free Dictionary Program

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Every year since 2003, Long Beach Unified School District third graders have received a brand new dictionary thanks to the Long Beach Public Library and Earl B. And Loraine H. Miller foundations.
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Korean American Chloe Kim Joins Long Beach’s Roster of Olympic Medalists

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After her winning run in Pyeongchang, South Korea on Tuesday, the gold medalist shed “tears of joy”, reported Team USA.
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More Than 1K Meals Provided for Food-Insecure Students Through CSULB Drive

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The program concluded early February with 1,005 meals raised from approximately 40 percent of the campus’ residential students giving to their peers, CSULB announced.
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New Mural in Long Beach Tunnel Seeks to “Make America Kind”

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A new mural in Long Beach by the street artist Teachr is a portrait of Dilan Garcia, a 21-year-old Dreamer and film student at Cal State Los Angeles.
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This San Pedro Longshoreman Photographs Live Bands to Make You Feel Like You Were There

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As a longshoremen of nearly 20 years and a San Pedro resident for life, 53-year-old Ibarra calls himself “old”, but the prolific photographer still follows the music with his lens and keen eye for movement.
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Nominations Open for Assemblymember O’Donnell’s Annual Women of Distinction Event

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Do you know an outstanding woman who serves the Long Beach, San Pedro, Signal Hill or Catalina Island communities?
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Over $26K Worth of Work Stolen from Local Artist’s Truck in Rose Park Neighborhood

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Over $26,000 worth of artwork was stolen last week from a truck in Long Beach’s Rose Park neighborhood.
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