On Saturday, September 22, more than 300 people gathered at The Grand here in Long Beach as the Long Beach Post, in a partnership with Choura Events, presented its inaugural 30 Women to Watch event, a night designed to honor the many female citizens of this city who are altering the landscape with their own definitions of what it means to be a woman.
In addition to featuring the winners in a special pull-out section in the most recent print edition of the Post, we will be running profiles and photos of each woman, one per day, for the next 30 days.
Annabel Adams is one of those women who uses the power of Internet publishing to help foster healthier lifestyle and eating habits. Her blog, Feed Me, I’m Cranky is not only popular, but directly addresses the way in which women can transform the way they view the relationship between their body and their food intake.
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