We’re joined by Long Beach Post journalist Jeremiah Dobruck to talk false alarms and the difficult decisions for schools and other organizations moving forward.
This week on the Long Beach 30, we talk about the city’s ceremony remembering 9/11 and our own memories of being seniors in high school, as well as breaking down all the top news of the week with Jason Ruiz.
We’re breaking down the $2.8 billion budget the city just passed with reporter Jason Ruiz and looking at all the top news of the week, including more inter-elected official drama in the LBC.
We’re talking about the cringey LBCC Board of Trustees kerfuffle as well as all the top news of the week.
Our buddy Jason Ruiz is back from his honeymoon in Africa and Amsterdam to talk about…everything from Long Beach taking over Sunnyside Cemetery to the search for a new city manager.
This week on the Long Beach 30, we’re talking about the active shooter drill at Long Beach State, Bernie Sanders visiting Long Beach, the mayor’s 2026 plans, a racist letter in Bixby Knolls, and all the other top news of the week.
We’re talking about the proposed city budget for the upcoming year as well as coyotes, murals, and the new city hall. Also it’s our one year anniversary episode 🙂
It’s summer vacation time at the Long Beach 30. While everyone is out of town, we’ve got an extended interview with Belmont Shore Business Association head Dede Rossi, talking about Second Street and the challenges facing retail and restaurant districts.
This March, Long Beach citizens will decide whether to make the Measure A sales tax increase permanent or not. We’re talking about that story with Jason Ruiz and breaking down all the other top stories of the week.
This week on the Long Beach 30, we’re talking about earthquakes and arguing about fireworks with Jason Ruiz.