The Long Beach Health Department continues to test the waters to determine when it is safe to go back into the water, but the long-term effects of sewage spills like this aren’t good. But then we talk with Tim Grobaty, and that’s always good.
After learning about how everyone in Long Beach can learn to compost, we listen to some of your 2022 resolutions
Because it’s the holidays, we break down the latest CDC travel recommendations as well as best practices in making charcuterie boards
The holidays can be difficult for a variety of reasons, and we talk about various ways to help, including Long Beach Black Health Equity Fund’s new mind, body and soul kits.
The Earthlodge Center for Transformation uses the earth itself to heal, while Long Beach Food and Beverage works hard to give Black restaurants in Long Beach much-needed exposure.
New Image Emergency Shelter typically has well over 40,000 toys and gifts for children by this time of year. But this year they have collected just over 5,000.
This week we learn about the Gratitude Line, which is sponsored by Meals on Wheels, and three businesses on Ninth Street that are all owned by the same family.
This may be the season for giving for most of us, but for the unhoused, today is just another day they have to survive.
And VIP Records owner Kelvin Anderson says he is hoping to turn the store into a Black Musical History Museum.
We are three weeks away from the anticipated deadline for redistricting maps to be finalized. On this week’s edition of The Word on Long Beach, reporter Jason Ruiz takes us through what you need to know to get your voice heard.