LONG BEACH — On Feb. 2, the Aquarium of the Pacific hosted a ground-breaking ceremony for its Pacific Visions wing. The new wing of the aquarium is expected to be a 29,000-square-foot, biomorphic sustainable str
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The ports of Los Angeles and Long Beach will host a joint community workshop on Jan. 24 to gather input on strategies released late this past year to update the Clean Air Action Plan, or CAAP. The CAAP was adopted in 2006 and has dramatically reduced pollution from maritime-related sources
At least temporarily, California’s drought has been broken by a string of atmospheric river storms originating in the vicinity of Hawaii. Atmospheric rivers are jet streams of moist air, tens to hundreds of miles wide, which can carry 7.5 to 15 times as much water vapor as the Mississi
By Richard Foss, Cuisine and Restaurant Writer Think of the smells of Christmas for just a moment—got it? You probably thought of baking spices, the cinnamon, ginger, nutmeg and cloves that accent everything from fruitcakes to holiday candles.