Three CSULB Alumnae Create Platform for Emerging Local Artists in Downtown Long Beach

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On Saturday a new platform for local emerging interdisciplinary artists will pop up in downtown Long Beach at SPACE853.
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Long Beach Councilwoman Teams Up with Nonprofit to Educate Second District on Solar Power Homes

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Councilmember Jeannine Pearce and GRID Greater Los Angeles will come together Saturday, April 21, to host an environmental health fair day, aiming to help families build a sustainable home.
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Local Arts Coalition Opens Exhibit RECLAIMING VOICES of Sexual Assault Survivors

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Multidisciplinary artist Karla Camacho, who is a survivor herself, is known for her colorful pottery and paintings. She said this exhibit is an entirely new body of work.
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Suspect Hospitalized After Stealing, Crashing Long Beach Police Cruiser Monday Night

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A man was hospitalized after stealing a police cruiser in front of the Long Beach Police Department headquarters in downtown Long Beach Monday night and subsequently crashing the car into two parked vehicles a few blocks away.
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IN PICTURES: 44th Annual Toyota Grand Prix of Long Beach Sees Record Number of Attendees

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A record number of people flocked to the Toyota Grand Prix of Long Beach this weekend which saw a 26-year-old Northern California native attain his third Verizon IndyCar Series win during the legendary street race.
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Beyond Food: Meet the Local Leaders Shaping Long Beach at Their Tables, Farms and Coffee Shops

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Three local community members who have helped transform the city of Long Beach through their work with food are gathering together at MADE by Millworks this Friday to share their stories.
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Long Beach Public Library to Launch New Literacy Program Encouraging Children to Read 1,000 Books Before Kindergarten

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The Long Beach Public Library will celebrate the launch of its new literacy program, Dive into Reading, which aims to support early childhood education at the Michelle Obama Library on Wednesday, April 18.
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Rabies Vaccination in Dogs and Cats, Part 1

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Each year, between 60 and 70 dogs and more than 250 cats get rabies from a wild animal in our country. This is because these dogs and cats were not vaccinated.
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CSULB Selected by Princeton Review as One of 200 ‘Colleges That Pay You Back’

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Cal State Long Beach (CSULB) was selected for The Princeton Review’s 2018 edition of its annual guide, “Colleges That Pay You Back: The 200 Schools That Give You the Best Bang for Your Tuition Buck.”
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Marshall Family Learns that High Risk Doesn’t Mean High Stress

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After struggling with infertility for a few years, Anaheim residents Michelle and Eric Marshall decided to try fertility treatments. The couple was delighted when they found out they were expecting triplets, but they knew it would be a long...
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