Long Beach nonprofit American Indian Changing Spirits was recognized Thursday evening by the San Manuel Band of Mission Indians for their dedication to providing treatment for American Indians who suffer from drug and alcohol addiction.
A Huntington Beach community college said it is reviewing internal policies and viable actions after a professor was filmed making disparaging comments to a Long Beach couple that went viral recently.
Monday marked the grand opening of a farmer’s market in North Long Beach and despite a chilly afternoon locals stopped by Houghton Park to shop, listen to live music and join in on a free yoga session.
A $442,000 subgrant was awarded to Cal State Long Beach (CSULB) by the CSU Foundation to support the Mellon Mays Undergraduate Fellowship Program, which financially supports undergraduates on their paths to potentially full professorships.
Cal State Long Beach will host its first LB Giving Day—a 27-hour global fundraising drive for the community to come together and show their Beach Pride for the benefit of current and future students.
byMedina KabirinPublic Transit
Aiming to improve student ridership, Long Beach Transit (LBT) announced last Wednesday a partnership with students in Poly High School’s business program, Pacific Rim Academy.
A new crime incident mapping application was launched last Friday to provide updated crime activity information for the Long Beach community. The Long Beach Police Department collaborated with the Long Beach Technology and Innovation Department to develop this app...
Long Beach Lesbian and Gay Pride (LBLGP) announced recently that co-founder Bob Crow was selected as the 2018 Consolidated Association of Pride (CAPI) Person of the Year in Austin, Texas.
Authorities announced today a $10,000 reward to anyone with information on the murder of 21-year-old Cal State Long Beach student Estephan Hernandez who was fatally shot in Compton last September.
The longstanding tradition of Cal State Long Beach graduates walking through the campus quad area each May has come to an end as university officials recently announced a venue change for the annual commencement ceremony in order to cut...
byMedina KabirinSmall Business
Business owners and entrepreneurs mingle during the first Million Cups of Coffee event at Studio One Eleven in downtown Long Beach. Photos by Medina Kabir. A free nationwide event that aims to educate and connect investors with entrepreneurs and...