What was considered to be a momentous occasion meant to unite the two cultures through trade and tourism also raised concerns from some members of the city’s own Cambodian community.
Three events in Long Beach scheduled this month will be open to the public, giving constituents a chance to hear directly from the candidates and even ask questions themselves.
byStephanie RiverainArts & Culture
The seventh annual Black History Month event put on by the North Long Beach based Andy Street Community Association will highlight four Caribbean islands at the Expo Arts Center this week.
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