As the Long Beach Post continues to grow and cover more of the stories of the city we love, the sharp-eyed reader may have noticed a few new names popping up on the site in the past few weeks.
You may know him as the voice of the Post-Cast, but those involved in the local music scene know him as the new voice of the aggressive, 90s-inspired melodic hardcore band Werewolf Congress.
It’s fall y’all, and you know what that means? A fair number of people are probably thinking “PUMPKIN SPICE!” right now. That may very well be the fall tradition with the best marketing, but it has overshadowed a lot of the little things that make fall fun.
Today, sites across the web are taking a stand against cable giants like AT&T, Time Warner Cable, Comcast, and Verizon, who are actively working to undo one of the guiding principals of the free and open internet, known as Net Neutrality.
I’m saving over 1,800 gallons of water per year by buzzing my head; what will you do to save water during one of the worst droughts in California history?
To celebrate National Dog Day, we thought we’d introduce our readers to our office dog, and Chief Morale Officer, Pamiltonstovaire.
Sonya is a Chow-Golden Retreiver mix that, like many humans in Long Beach, lives on the streets. Her plight as a shaggy street dog came to light in August when some people noticed her on a Google Street View of a West Long Beach industrial area and decided she needed to be helped. One problem: the dog didn’t need saving.
If you’ve ever wanted to own a severely tangental slice of Long Beach’s long gone Naval history, perhaps you should have been in Bremerton, Washington last month when the USS Long Beach was auctioned off for scrap metal as part of a U.S. Government zero-waste initiative.