Jerry Schubel, who joined the Aquarium in 2002, led the Aquarium to address controversial environmental issues from both a global and local standpoint.
A new director will be taking the helm, one of two major changes on the horizon.
What’s the point of creating new bike lanes if motorists are clueless how to use them?
Community members envisioned a future MacArthur Park; one with more amenities, security and parking.
The first concrete blocks of the Acura Grand Prix of Long Beach race circuit were lowered into place on Monday.
Pedal Movement will work with the city to “expand the bike share program to all parts of Long Beach and make significant improvements to operations.”
A group of Cal State Long Beach engineering students launched a rocket to an estimated 6,000 feet, the university announced Friday.
Middle school, high school and community college students are encouraged to attend the 5th annual HBCU College Fair.
Small Business Saturday was launched 8 years ago, now it’s an annual tradition with Long Beach businesses—from entire corridors to pop-ups—celebrating the occasion.
On Tuesday Long Beach’s first Latino Economic Summit will provide a platform to discuss the strengthening of the city’s largest demographic, with Latinos making up almost half the population.