Long Beach 2014 Election

Long Beach 2014 Election Blog

  • WHAT LOVE IS and THE UNCERTAINTY FILES (U.S. premieres) @ the Garage Theatre

    I was surprised to find that Linda McLean is a playwright of some accomplishment, having written works for the BBC and serving as chairperson for Playwrights’ Studio, Scotland between 2008­’15. I fully expected that the author What Love Is and The Uncertainty Files, two one-acts U.S. premiering at the Garage Theatre, to be by a … Read more…

  • Service: The Bel Canto of L’Opera

    By Gina Ruccione, Cuisine and Restaurant Writer
    Wants, needs and cravings vacillate with varying moods, but one thing we can all agree upon is that service rules.
    At L’Opera in downtown Long Beach, the service is extraordinary. These are not young college students waiting tables between midterms. These are restaurant industry professionals and people who absolutely love … Read more…

  • *** RLn ANNOUNCEMENTS *** May 19 to June 9, 2016

    May 19
    Service Providers Training
    Community members impacted by the criminal justice are invited to learn about Proposition 47. Prop. 47 provides people the opportunity to reduce their felony convictions into misdemeanors.
    Time: 2 to 4 p.m. May 19
    Cost: Free
    Details: Julia@bhclongbeach.org
    Venue: Miller Family Health Education Center, 3820 Cherry Ave., Long Beach
    May 19
    2016 Leadership Series
    Los Angeles Unified School … Read more…

  • AMADEUS @ South Coast Repertory

    When I first read Peter Shaffer’s Equus, I was so enthralled that I ran out and rented Sidney Lumet’s film adaptation. Although quite faithful to its source, I noted minor variations from the play—all of them improvements. And why not? It was Shaffer who wrote the screenplay, so he was basically taking a second bite … Read more…

  • Progressive Report Card Slams State Legislators

    Assemblymen Mike Gipson and Patrick O’Donnell did not support key bills on due process protection, health care expansions, environmental protections and racial profiling, the Courage Campaign recently reported.
    Read more on page 3 of the May 12 edition of Random Lengths News. Click here to find a location near you.
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  • Many Senate Candidates, So Little Viability

    By Lyn Jensen, Reporter
    Look at the 34  candidates from California for the U.S. Senate and you might wonder if the race will prove as chaotic as the Republican presidential campaign.
    Read more on page 4 of the May 12 edition of Random Lengths News. Click here to find a location near your.
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  • American Wrestles for Sumo Stardom

    By Joseph Baroud, Contributing Writer
    Roy Sims is hoping that his success will help propel sumo wrestling in the United States.
    Sims also is hoping for success in the upcoming event, May 21, the 16th Annual U.S. Sumo Open National Championships at The Pyramid in Long Beach.
    With a couple of medals under his belt — or around … Read more…

  • *** RLn Calendar of Events *** May 20 – June 4, 2016

    ENTERTAINMENT
    May 20
    Hollywood Stones
    Turns out you actually can get some sa-tis-fac-tion. Let Los Angeles’ premier Rolling Stones Tribute band treat you right all night long. That is, unless you’re not at least 21 years old.
    Time: 9 p.m. May 20
    Cost: $10
    Details: (310) 324-4384 ext. 239
    Venue: The Alpine Village, 833 Torrance Blvd., Torrance
    May 21
    Beth Rohde & Friends
    An intimate … Read more…

  • Saving San Pedro (or the Nation) from Itself

    For every human problem there is a humane solution
    James Preston Allen, Publisher
    It’s happening across the country—a populist backlash from the right and the left—the flames of which are nipping at the heels of marginalized communities, whether they’re immigrants, Muslim, transgender or homeless or a part of the billionaire class or the corrupt Wall Street bankers … Read more…

  • Mæry Queens Sinks the Ship Before it Sails

    By Zamná Ávila, Assistant Editor
    I love Long Beach! From its geographic and cultural diversity to its “chill” environment, Long Beach is the place I’ve called home for quite a long time.
    It’s surprising to me that the beach city, so rich in stories, is so often eclipsed by the larger metropolis. This is especially true … Read more…

 

Candidates

Mayor
Gerrie Schipske
Jana Shields
Steven Paul Mozena
Doug Otto
Bonnie Lowenthal
Richard Anthony Camp
Damon Dunn
Mineo L. Gonzalez
Robert Garcia
Eric Rock
 
City Attorney
James Johnson
Matthew Pappas
Charles Parkin
 
City Prosecutor
Rosemary Chavez
Doug Haubert
 
City Auditor
Laura Doud
 
City Council District 1
Ricardo Linarez
Misi Tagaloa
Lena Gonzalez
Pilar Pinel
 
City Council District 3
Jim Lewis
Martha Flores Gibson
Suzie Price
Jack Rosenberg
Stephen Bello
 
City Council District 5
Thomas Sutfin
Stacy Mungo
Joseph D. Luyben
Carl Kemp
 
City Council District 7
Roberto Uranga
Teer Strickland
Lee H. Chauser
Joan V. Greenwood
 
City Council District 9
Ben Daugherty
Rex Richardson

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