The Palmdale-based plane can carry 30,000 pounds of scientific instruments and equipment and can seat up to 45 experimenters and flight crew.
For our search today, we’re looking at single-family homes with at least 1,000 square feet of living space and a price tag south of $500,000.
We asked readers of the Long Beach Post as well as social media users on Facebook and Instagram, to submit their lists of the Seven Wonders of Long Beach and we received nearly 300 separate lists that included several hundred different features of our town.
Throughout the Southland, 1,803 homes were destroyed. Thousands of residents, continually rattled by the 34 aftershocks in the six hours following the main jolt, slept in their yards, cars and parks that night and for weeks afterward.
If you want to dip below the $18,000 mark in payments, it hardly needs to be said you’ll have to make some perhaps painful sacrifices.
Councilwoman Jeannine Pearce, who will be recommending the name in Tuesday’s Council meeting, said in a statement that King “is more than an athlete.” Well, so am I. So much so that “athlete” isn’t even the first word that pops into your head when you hear my name.
Don’t underestimate the power of pancakes: When Michael Lynn and his wife bought a house on the block in 1992 from the legendary youth basketball coach Bob Seymour, part of the deal was to continue this long-standing Fourth of July tradition.
Long Beach is full of wonders—from famous pickled eggs to an airport—but we need your suggestions to narrow down the list.
For the move from Long Beach, the house was carved up into three pieces—four, counting the garage and the carriage house on top of it.
The 70-year-old race has one more chance to leap over a few hurdles and return to the stadium Aug. 17 and 18 as the 2019 ARP Long Beach Spring Nationals—The Greg Duff & Phil Bergeron Memorial Race, Presented by Nick Rose Insurance.