The expected high heat will result from very strong high pressure, along with warm offshore winds from the north, which are rare for this time of the year, said National Weather Service meteorologist Curt Kaplan.
byAsia MorrisinArts & Culture
“The enlightenment and empowerment of the individual” will be the theme of this year’s ComplexCon, the massive pop culture convention readying to take over Long Beach for the third consecutive year November 3-4.
A group of council members headed by 3rd District Councilwoman Suzie Price are aiming to fortify the city’s abilities to crack down on illegal fireworks, potentially allowing video and photo evidence to work against offenders.
The changes took effect Thursday morning on the two smaller runways that run parallel to each other at the airport. The two runways are used primarily for general aviation but the northernmost runway is sometimes used as a secondary...
The task force includes leaders in the animal-advocacy community, government workers, shelter volunteers, humane educators, veterinary technicians, fosters and rescuers of all stripes and spots, and people who may have little or no experience in the pet community but...
The 26-acre development near Douglas Park, has officially opened its 266,000-square-feet of retail space to the public and has already brought a plethora of tenants with it, including In-N-Out, a score of fitness spaces (which explains Lululemon), and tons...
St. Anthony High School science teacher Larry Berlin wasn’t sure how popular an ocean science class with a scuba diving component would be among students when he introduced it last fall.
From the world’s greatest water ski race to a 50th anniversary screening of Yellow Submarine, here's a rich list of events to choose from if you’re looking for things to do starting this Friday and throughout the weekend.
The show is set in the town of Long Beach, and crews have done a lot of filming here for the series’ first season, filming exteriors at several locations, including Bluff Park, a residence on 46th Street and the...
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