UPDATE: BROCKHAMPTON Still to Headline Agenda Festival

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BROCKHAMPTON will remain the headliner of Agenda Festival despite previously announcing their cancellation of all US tour dates.
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How to Calm Your Pet When Pyrotechnics Pop

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Fourth of July is only a few weeks away, and pet owners know what that means: people “celebrating” weeks in advance by tossing popping, smoking and shrieking devices on the streets and in backyards. No matter that fireworks for...
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California Arts Council Awards Carpenter Performing Arts Center with Arts Education: Exposure Grant

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The California Arts Council plans to award $15,300 to the Carpenter Performing Arts Center.
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Lack of Rain Improves Southern California Beaches, New Heal the Bay Report Says

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Drought-like conditions over the last year have greatly improved water quality at Southern California beaches including in Long Beach, according to Health the Bay’s latest annual survey released last week.
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New Mural Honoring Veteran Community Unveiled at Century Villages at Cabrillo

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Last month a new mural honoring the naval history of The Villages at Cabrillo and the veterans who have lived there since its beginnings in 1997 was unveiled during a dedication ceremony.
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Heartworm in Dogs, Part 2: Prevalence

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More than one million pets in the United States have heartworm disease, an infection caused by a mosquito-borne worm called Dirofilaria immitis. It is prevalent in all 50 states and around the world.
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Zazzy Cats Helps Bail Out Flood of Kittens, Plus New Listing of Long Beach-area Adoption Events

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Rescues everywhere get by with a lot of help from their friends, particularly during kitten season, which runs roughly between spring and mid-fall.
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Where in Long Beach to Find Help for Depression, Mental Health Issues

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While May was Mental Health Month, the tragic and shocking suicides of designer Kate Spade and author and television personality Anthony Bourdain this week—and a new report this week by the Centers for Disease Control and Prevention showing an...
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Hector Jukes and Hurdles Over His Toughest Opponent — Cancer

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Hector Sandoval stopped to look over his polished hair in the mirror. He smoothed his 5-year-old hands over his hair. “Mom, I look good!” he says as he looked up at her with a wink.
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Long Beach Creamery to Celebrate Opening of Downtown Location, Vegan Fast Food Headed This Way

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Welcome to Foodie Friday, our biweekly report on the latest neighborhood nosh and local libation news in Long Beach.
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