Check out the store because it not only will give you a nice dose of local pride but a glimpse of where in-person, brick-and-mortar retail is headed.
The event, for so many, is a way to gauge where they’re at, what they’ve been through or where they hope to be.
The boxing coach was once the world’s top-ranked amateur female fighter.
This is the 13th straight year drifting has been part of the Grand Prix
Benjamin Okenwa may be quiet, but internally he has no doubts: “I will be a college basketball player.”
Olympic medalist, NCAA champion and Long Beach legend John Rambo will talk about the lessons sports and life have taught him, Saturday, Feb. 23, at Burnett Library.
Francisco X. Rivera, a CSULB grad, will call the second of a 10-game, Spanish-language play-by-play of the Kings’ NHL game against Vancouver on ESPN Deportes’ KWKW-AM (1330) radio station
In 1927, Babe Ruth was dragged into the Long Beach Police Department, the greatest athlete of his time accused of skirting child labor laws with an 8-year-old girl. How his case was handled says everything about the creation and care of America’s first, modern sport celebrity.
If you haven’t heard, the Dodgers are in the World Series. You may also be interested to know we landed on the moon and that fat-free doesn’t necessarily mean low-calorie.