Local leaders didn’t hit the right tone in the midst of this week’s tragedies. Plus, we do the math behind District 1 race—and call out some overly aggressive political correctness.
Now—this weekend—would probably be a good time for all of us to be good to ourselves, not to mention each other.
Registered voters in the 1st District in Long Beach will select a new City Council representative to finish the term vacated by Lena Gonzalez, who was elected to the state senate in June.
The anticipation of the law “has led to increased eviction threats, no-fault notices, and evictions here in Long Beach,” Councilman Rex Richardson, who is sponsoring the city action, said in a statement Friday.
The announcement came the same day as news that the incumbent will not seek reelection.
John Makemson, a firefighter known as “Smokey” who died of natural causes in 1988, has never quite left the building.
Al Austin’s “you’re done” decision is still haunting him, like a heartbeat that grows louder from inside a wall.
Four of the events in this week’s “The 7” are absolutely free, the others are of a one-off, one-time nature as to be worth what they’re asking for in lucre.
A vigil is scheduled for tonight in the wake of a mass shooting that killed three people and wounded 9 others in Long Beach’s Rose Park neighborhood.
In today’s installment of Haunted Long Beach, we take you aboard the Queen Mary, long-known for its ghosts and spirits.