If the pumpkin spice lattes and spooky scary skeletons weren’t enough to tip you off, it’s fall! And that means it’s time for Office Hours, where our reporters and editors go around to different places in the city to talk to you.
Our summer Office Hours taught us a lot, especially from those of you who filled out our survey afterwards. This season, we tried to provide more evening hours, so you can make it after work, as well as a weekend time slot (which is THIS Sunday). We’re also meeting you in different locations, including Wrigley, North Long Beach, the Long Beach Exchange, Bixby Knolls and Bluff Park.
So come on out, chat with us about your communities, crime, local art, city politics, the latest on the Queen Mary and the Broadway Corridor, or whatever you want to talk to us about. Let’s have real conversations.
|Stephanie Rivera – Diversity and Immigration reporter||
Oct. 6 from Noon to 4 p.m.
|Michelle Obama Neighborhood Library – 5870 Atlantic Ave.|
|Oct. 9 from Noon to 4 p.m.||Fox Coffeehouse – 437 W Willow St.|
|Steve Lowery and Asia Morris – Hi-lo Editor and Reporter||Oct. 17 from 4 to 7 p.m.||
Ambitious Ales – 4019 Atlantic Ave.
|Jason Ruiz – City Hall reporter||Oct. 24 from 4 to 8 p.m.||The Hangar at LBX – 4069 N Lakewood Blvd.|
|Kelly Puente and Brian Addison – Senior Reporter and Columnist/Longbeachize||Oct. 29 from 3 to 7 p.m.||Gallagher’s Pub – 2751 E Broadway|
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