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Bird Dogs: RLn ENTERTAINMENT Calendar Jan. 27, 2016

Jan. 30 Bird Dogs Zachary and Dylan Zmed deliver a tribute to the luminous harmonies of the Everly Brothers. Time: 8 p.m. Jan. 30 Cost: $25 Details:

Choi, Patterson Give Watts Healthy, Affordable Fast Food Option

By: Katrina Guevara, Contributing Writer First come food trucks, then come restaurants, then affordable and healthy food marry. C-U-I-S-I-N-E.

GDB Replacement Project Work: RLn ANNOUNCEMENTS Jan. 22, 2016

Jan. 22 GDB Replacement Project Work The Pico Avenue underpass at Ocean Boulevard (Gerald Desmond Bridge) will be closed in both directions between Broadway and Pier E Street. Additionally, the westbound Ocean off-ramp to Pico will be closed. Ti

LB, Army Corps Sign East San Pedro Bay Ecosystem Restoration Study: RL NEWS Briefs Jan. 22, 2016

LB, Army Corps Sign East San Pedro Bay Ecosystem Restoration Study

LONG BEACH — On Jan. 20, Mayor Robert Garcia and Maj. Gen. Donald Jackson signed an agreement to officially begin a feasibility study on the East San Pedro Bay Ecosystem Restoration project. The East San Pedr

The Nomad: An Artistic Expression and Lifestyle

By Melina Paris, Contributing Writer Dominque Moody’s Nomad is both visual and performance art. It also happens to be artful living. The exhibit was Dominque Moody’s mobile living space that she built from found objects and salvaged materials, such as corrugated metal

Garcia Talks Economics

By Zamná Ávila, Assistant Editor Long Beach Mayor Robert Garcia painted a rose colored picture over a gloomy forecast at his Jan. 13 state of the city address. Speaking to a full house at the Terrace Theatre Mayor Garcia focused on success

20 Eyes Looks to the Future

Photo and article by Mike Botica, Editorial Intern The Dec. 21 renaming of the intersection of Pacific Avenue and 13th Street after American Ballet

True Leadership Demands Action in a Crisis

By James Preston Allen, Publisher

“True compassion is more than flinging a coin to a beggar. It comes to see that the edifice, which produces beggars, needs restructuring.”

It Isn’t Just a Game, Anymore

By Joseph Baroud, Contributing Reporter The recent release of NFL Hall-of-Famer Frank Gifford’s autopsy and the timely premiere of the movie Concussion has many people taking a second look at the game that millions love. The resul

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