We’ve recently fallen back from daylight saving time. But if you’ve traveled along Gaffey Street during the abbreviated sunlight hours, you may have noticed the variety of new artwork on the Department of Tr
By Melina Paris, Staff ReporterTwo recent graduates from Wilson High School in Long Beach have found their pathways to higher education, receiving full scholarships
By Melina Paris, Staff Reporter As far back as 1934, the Los Angeles Harbor has participated in spirited holiday festivities. On Dec. 24, 1934, United States naval ships in San Pedro were transform
Wide Eyes Open Palms is what you get if you combine a specialty coffee shop run by women who provide seasonal cuisines and politics that promote safe spaces for the whole community.
An Opportunity for Restorative Justice
By Melina Paris, News Reporter
It’s been two months since California State University Long Beach removed University Art Museum director, Kimberli Meyer, from her post and no explan