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The Signal Tribune : February 28, 2008

February 28, 2008

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Sew Fabulous!

February 28, 2008

Filed under Community

The Grace Brethren Church was in love this past month when it had its special craft show entitled For the Love of Quilts. Each Sunday the church's lobby was filled as congregants and guests browsed through the 67 handmade quil...

SH: City budget in good shape; auto mall expansion explored

February 28, 2008

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By Nick Diamantides Staff Writer The news presented during the Feb. 26 Signal Hill City Council meeting was good. Even with the present downturn in the economy, the city budget is in the black. In fact, the council express...

Pacific Avenue improvement project could begin by early summer

February 28, 2008

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By Nick Diamantides Staff Writer Residents of Long Beach's Wrigley Village area have been pushing for improvements of the Pacific Avenue corridor north of Pacific Coast Highway (PCH) for about five years, and it looks as if...

Bixby businesses stay open for art, music on First Fridays

February 28, 2008

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Businesses are gearing up for the next First Fridays event of Long Beach, scheduled for Friday, Mar. 7. As the monthly event continues to evolve, First Fridays veterans such as Nino's Italian Restaurant, Four Olives Café,...

Around Town : February 28, 2008

February 28, 2008

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Local events and happenings for the coming week Read More »...

Celebration emboldens residents to stand together against gangs

February 28, 2008

Filed under Community, News

By Nick Diamantides Staff Writer It was more than just a group of residents cleaning up their neighborhood and having an outdoor party. It was adults and children who are normally afraid to walk on their own sidewalks gathering ...

Thoughts from the Publisher

February 28, 2008

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By Neena Strichart I love to read and always have. I remember the little shelf unit in the bedroom of my youth being chock full of books ranging from the full set of "My Book House" to picture books of nursery rhymes and Bambi, ...

Commentary: Write letters to demand protection from child predators

February 28, 2008

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Submitted by Dan Pressburg, Long Beach resident If city hall hasn't learned the definition of partisan politics, the issue of predators in the neighborhoods should raise a watchful eye. Read More »...

Communiqué from Rae

February 28, 2008

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By Rae Gabelich, Long Beach 8th District Council Member I've spent the better part of this rainy day doing a bit of early spring cleaning that led me to enjoying numerous photo albums that highlighted my entire life. Read M...

Trattoria Limone offers inventive Italian fare

February 28, 2008

Filed under Vicki's View

Trattoria: an informal restaurant or tavern. Limone: lemon. I assure you Trattoria Limone is no lemon. Far from it. In fact, with its location on Orange Avenue, and a few blocks west of Cherry, the charming new upscale eatery is fast bec...

Ongoing film forum shows Old Hollywood’s golden age

February 28, 2008

Filed under Entertainment

As the spring semester reaches its halfway point, the Long Beach School for Adults reminds the public that it's not too late to check out its weekly Friday Film Forum. Each and every Friday evening, the adult school screens classic...

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