This week on The Word on Long Beach with Jackie Rae we explore some arts and food experiences you will want to take advantage of in Long Beach
Also in this episode: An interview with Gilbert Bonilla, Jr., who is representing classified workers in the Long Beach school district who are seeking better pay and benefits.
As her family prepares to take her off life support, the shooting of Mona Rodriguez by a Long Beach Unified school safety officer continues to spark concern.
“You drive cars; you heat your homes with natural gas. You can’t condemn all of this and live and embrace a lifestyle that demands the oil,” he said.
This week on The Word on Long Beach, the Aquarium of the Pacific is honoring National Hispanic Heritage Month. Plus, no good deed goes unpunished when the city announces that it’s creating a Memorial to honor those in Long Beach who have died from Covid 19.
Several vendors on vendor row, are contributing to or are a part of non-profits. Which makes the Acura Grand Prix a great experience and, a great way to give back.
This week on the Word on Long Beach we take a closer look at how the non-profit organization Unite the People Inc. began.
“People think the goal is to be successful,” Lanez said. “My goal is not to be successful. Success is just the platform in which I help people from.”
We also chat with Ebony Utley, an author, CSULB communications professor and associate director of the Institute for Innovation and Entrepreneurship who talks about how to start your own business and be your own boss.
This week on The Word on Long Beach, school is back in session, and Mike Guardabasico tells us how it went. Later, Tim Grobaty talks about the perspectives of veterans as we approach the 20th anniversary of 9/11.