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The Buttertones


March 31 The Buttertones The Buttertones combine classic surf tones, seedy characters on both sides of that lineand enough garage, basement punk, and blank generation goth to keep it intere

Coastal Port Committee


Coastal Port Committee

The Coastal San Pedro Port Committee will discuss the China Shipping Settlement, the Harbor Boulevard Realignment and Public Market, and Fleet Week. Time:

Queen Mary Needs About $300 Million for Repairs

LONG BEACH — A recent marine study found that the Queen Mary is at risk of its hull collapsing and flooding due to corrosion. Corroded pillars also could lead to the collapse of an area. Should that happen, there are no watertigh



March 24 Funkalicious Get out your grooviest 70s gear and get ready to dance. Funkalicious is the New Generation of Funk Music, taking you back to the fun times of t

Lowenthal’s Conversation About America

LONG BEACH — On March 13, Rep. Alan Lowenthal hosted A Conversation About America Town Hall at Long Beach City College. The town hall, which filled the school’s auditorium, included guest speakers discussing the future of the

Celebrate St. Patrick’s with Rob Klopfenstein at The Whale & Ale


March 17 Rob on the Piano Enjoy great food, great fun and maybe make a swing past the piano to say hi to Rob. Time: 7 p.m. March 17 Cost: Free Details: (310) 832-

Molina Healthcare Moves to Pedro

LONG BEACH — On March 2, Molina Healthcare it is planning to relocate about 400 employees from Long Beach to San Pedro. The employees are expected to move in September to the Topaz building, a 222 W. 6th St., between

Tim Weisberg


March 11 Tim Weisberg Tim Weisberg has long been regarded as one of the most original rock, blues and jazz-fusion flutists. In 1970, fresh out of grad school and virtually unknown, Tim W

Re-Elect Pearlman: An Experienced Trustee

By Nancy Pearlman, LACCD Seat 6 Trustee On March 7, voters have a chance to re-elect me to the Los Angeles Community College District’s Board of Trustees Seat 6. The district’s nine colleges deserve to ha

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