In 2019 the Post expanded its video coverage, with a look at homelessness, local artists, a candy warehouse in Signal Hill, a pastor who turned his life around, and more.
From tragedy to weather to political rallies and car races, it was a busy year in Long Beach.
“Long Beach is showing ’em how to do it, huh?”
After speaking on stage in the presidential forum the candidates were taken to the spin room.
More than 300,000 books, were on the move Wednesday as Long Beach Public Library staff members moved the tomes to their new home at the corner of Broadway and Pacific Avenue in Downtown.
The Aquarium of the Pacific and Harbor Breeze Cruises, which ferry patrons out to sea to learn about local oceans and the environment, gave the media on Wednesday a chance to see the largest living creatures on the planet: the blue whale.
This is the first service since the death of Capt. David Rosa, who was fatally shot while responding to a call on June 25.
On this Holocaust Remembrance Day, we talk to survivor Yetta Kane of Long Beach, 86, who reacts to the recent Poway shooting, and shares how to respond to a violent world.
More than 100 people commemorated the anniversary of the fall of Phnom Penh on April 17, 1975. Genocide survivors retold their stories and offered moments of prayer to honor those who were killed by the Khmer Rouge regime.
“I think if Cesar showed up here today he’d give me a big hug,” he said.
“I love Cesar Chavez.”