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Mobile eateries banding together for LB’s first Street Food Festival

July 16, 2010

Filed under food, Leisure

By Brett Ashley Hawkins Editorial Intern In the last few years, food trucks have seen a vast increase in popularity among teens and adults alike. Capitalizing on the recent boom, several food trucks are coming together for Lon...

Local dentist seeks to teach seniors, kids about special issues related to their age

July 9, 2010

Filed under Health, News

By Brett Ashley Hawkins Editorial Intern Local schools and senior-living communities are reaping the benefits from the 2010 “Oral Healthcare Awareness Campaign" fronted by Long Beach's David Cho, D.D.S. Cho's dentistry ...

What began as credit union for local school employees is now cooperative of 115,000 members in its 75th year

July 2, 2010

Filed under News

By Brett Ashley Hawkins Editorial Intern With 75 years of service under its belt, Long Beach Schools Financial Credit Union (LBSFCU) is now celebrating the dodranscentennial anniversary of its creation by Long Beach Unifi...

Vacant for three years, Boys Town shelter now up for sale

July 2, 2010

Filed under News

By Brett Ashley Hawkins Editorial Intern Inside the lonely building at 350 W. Wardlow Rd., chairs are staggered at various lengths along the side of a table as if people had gotten up from them not too long ago. A ping-pong...

Thoughts from the Publisher

June 25, 2010

Filed under Thoughts From The Publisher

By Neena Strichart It's hard to believe the year is half over. I stay so busy that time doesn't just fly by— it absolutely zooms! We're now into day four of summer 2010, Father's Day is behind us and most graduation exerc...

Film series comes out with LGBT-themed classics

June 25, 2010

Filed under Leisure

By Brett Ashley Hawkins Editorial Intern Putting gay film classics back up on the big screen, several organizations have come together to present the Reel Queer Cinema, an LGBT (lesbian, gay, bisexual, and transgender) fil...

Funereal book to help fund breast-cancer treatment

May 21, 2010

Filed under Health, News

By Brett Ashley Hawkins Editorial Intern With death comes new life. It's been said over and over again, and it rings even truer of Long Beach funeral director Kenneth McKenzie's latest fundraiser for KAMM Cares, a nonprof...

Origami exercise improves students’ understanding of math, science

April 30, 2010

Filed under Education

By Brett Ashley Hawkins Editorial Intern Dramatic Results, an award-winning educational agency based in Signal Hill, set its sights on Hamilton Middle School's self-contained sixth-grade class last week to provide stru...

Homeowners can reduce carbon footprint through lawnmower exchange

April 16, 2010

Filed under News

By Brett Ashley Hawkins Editorial Intern In an effort to support cleaner air on an individual level, the South Coast Air Quality Management District (SCAQMD) has joined hands with Southern California Edison and the Los Ange...

Signal Hill clubhouse for, run by mentally impaired adults celebrates first anniversary

April 9, 2010

Filed under Uncategorized

By Brett Ashley Hawkins Editorial Intern More than 60 years ago, Fountain House in New York City created the model by which communities of persons with developmental disabilities and other staff members work in unison ...

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