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Chaplain Jeff Levine wants people to think of homelessness in more human terms—not as just a problem to be solved.
In an extensive interview with “The Word” podcast, Councilmember Rex Richardson answered a range of questions about his life, racial equity and a recent controversy involving three LA councilmembers and the former head of the Los Angeles County Federation of Labor.
On this week’s “The Word” podcast, mayoral hopeful Suzie Price tells the story of how she fled Iran and answers tough questions about her work in the Orange County District Attorney’s office.
Action for Nature recognized young people around the world for their inspiring actions to protect the environment.
VIP Records launched the careers of Snoop, Warren G and Nate Dogg, but the shop has moved, and its iconic sign has been in storage for years. What’s the plan to get it back in public? Kelvin Anderson explains.
On today’s episode of “The Word” podcast, Liliana Lopez, the director of programs at the WomenShelter of Long Beach, is going to answer some common questions about domestic violence and provide resources for those who need assistance.
Ronnie Maynard was living on the riverbed in Long Beach, but with the help of a new mentor, he’s found purpose.
How can the Black community hold politicians accountable? Jackie Rae puts that question to Nigel Lifsey, the new president of the Greater Long Beach Black Democratic Club.
On this week’s episode of “The Word” podcast, Fluffy’s Sno-Balls owners discuss the impacts of the vandalism and why they don’t want the repeated attacks to drive them out of Long Beach.