Monday, August 3, 2020
Tags Robert Garcia

Tag: Robert Garcia

Mayor Robert Garcia Addresses COVID-19

Mayor Robert Garcia updated the City of Long Beach on April 20 about what measures he plans to take as the coronavirus pandemic continues.

Random Letters — 1-9-20

Jim Stanbery and the Campaign to Change District 15 I was out of state for the holidays and only just saw the latest edition of...

Long Beach Welcomes New Civic Center

By Melina Paris, Editorial Assistant Long Beach hosted the grand opening of its new civic center and city hall in downtown July 29. A crowd...

LGBTQ Community Celebrates 25 Years of Long Beach Film

By Katrina Guevara, Contributor The Long Beach Q Film Festival has been transporting viewers to new places and times of empathy for decades. The festival...

Garcia Points to Construction as Emblematic of LB Progress

By Greggory Moore, Contributor Long Beach Mayor Robert Garcia’s fourth State of the City speech delivered Jan. 9 to a packed house at the Terrace...

Ports Approve Deeply Flawed CAAP

Wide-ranging public objections ignored By Paul Rosenberg, Senior Editor On Nov. 2, the ports of Los Angeles and Long Beach approved an update to their Clean...

How Soon? How Much?

The missing pieces of the 50-year environmental battle By James Preston Allen, Publisher On Nov. 2, the joint commissions at the ports of Los Angeles and...

Garcia Announces Commission Nominations

LONG BEACH — On July 14, Long Beach Mayor Robert Garcia announced five nominations to commissions. Garcia appointed former vice mayors Frank Colonna and Bonnie...

China Shipping Move to Long Beach

By Paul Rosenberg, Senior Editor China Shipping is moving its operations to the Port of Long Beach, leaving the Port of Los Angeles which was...

Course through Civic Center City

By Zamná Ávila, Assistant Editor These days, driving along Ocean Boulevard in downtown Long Beach is quite a distracting adventure. Head west toward San Pedro and...

Most Read

COVID-19 EDD Assistance Information

Many Californians have suffered a loss of work and are struggling to stay afloat due to the COVID-19 pandemic.

Let Your Voice Be Heard

During this unprecedented time, public comment during board meetings has transitioned from in-person to call-in, which has substantially increased public access and...

The Tipping Point!

By Robert Lee Johnson The general assembly of the Commonwealth of Virginia in 1669 addressed the killing of...

Protests”: In Portland, Getting Out of Jail Requires Relinquishing Constitutional Rights

Federal authorities are using a new tactic in their battle against protesters in Portland, Oregon