Long Beach Councilwoman Named Member of Steering Committee for LA River Master Plan Update

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The Los Angeles County Board of Supervisors released the names of the LA River Master Plan Update Steering Committee, the board announced Monday.
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Road Closures Released for the Toyota Grand Prix of Long Beach

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Those attending the Toyota Grand Prix of Long Beach, or planning on navigating around it, should find it a bit easier to make plans with the following road closures released Monday by organizers.
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Art Theatre to Bring Earth Day Weekend Film Festival to Long Beach

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The Art Theatre will bring to 4th Street’s Retro Row an Earth Day Weekend Film Festival on Saturday and Sunday, April 21 and 22.
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The Grand Prix Association of Long Beach Releases 2017 Economic Impact Report

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Conducted by Beacon Economics, the report showed that the Grand Prix generated an economic output in Southern California of $63.4 million, with $32.4 million concentrated in Long Beach.
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Amgen Tour of California Announces World-Class Teams Confirmed for 2018 Edition

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This week owner and presenter of the Amgen Tour of California, AEG announced the men’s and women’s cycling teams that are confirmed to race the 13th annual event to kick off in Long Beach on Sunday, May 13.
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Metro Encourages Environmentally-Friendly Transportation with Free Rides on Earth Day

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Metro has approved free rides on all 170 routes and six major rail lines of its Metro Bus and Rail System on Earth Day on Sunday, April 22.
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City Council Approves $50K to Add Public Art and Arts Programming in West Long Beach

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An arts initiative was approved by the Long Beach City Council on Tuesday to use the district’s one-time infrastructure funds of $50,000 to increase arts programming for the area.
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Century Villages at Cabrillo Celebrates Two Decades in the Struggle to End Homelessness

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Local provider of housing and services for those experiencing homelessness, Century Villages at Cabrillo, will celebrate 20 years of offering hope to thousands of individuals and families
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Long Beach Designer Eric Trine Talks Fine Art and Furnishings and His New Brand, Amigo Modern

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Trine plans to use Amigo Modern as a launch pad for the development of a more rooted design scene in Long Beach through events and activations for the community.
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Local Leaders Discuss Expansion of Job Opportunities for Residents with Disabilities

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Dozens of local leaders gathered last Thursday at the Long Beach office of the College Internship Program (CIP) to discuss opportunities to help more Long Beach residents with disabilities find jobs, RespectAbility announced.
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