bySteve Neal inCommentary
As Long Beach continues to become a hub of economic activity and prioritizes economic inclusion, it is crucial that all its residents, whether white, black, or brown, have access to new economic opportunities.
In a city surrounded entirely by the cultural melting pot that is Long Beach, one would think that residents would appreciate a mixed-use space, especially one that includes housing (considering we are, after all, in a housing crisis).
It was a great shop for my self-image. I felt like a frail, tiny ballerina as the salesman frantically rifled through the racks to find jackets and slacks small enough to fit me, the tiniest customer who ever minced...
There'll be plenty to discuss Thursday night at the Petroleum Club in Bixby Knolls when it comes to the record that Rolling Stone magazine has repeatedly posted as the No. 1 album of all time.
While it's okay to be white, it's not okay to be racist; that's where the beginnings of this simple message start to show its complex inner workings—and Long Beach should not take the message lightly.
byTim GrobatyinCommentary, Politics
California, already heavily blue, has to increase its role from being at the country’s vanguard in terms of resisting the current administration, to going on the offensive in moving the country forward.
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