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West Nile Virus Founds Its Way to Long Beach

LONG BEACH — West Nile Virus has been detected in two American Crows in East Long Beach, near El Dorado Park. The birds were tested by the State Department of Public Health's West Nile Virus Surveillance System, which monitors the disease in humans, horses, chickens, mosquitoes and de

Church Leads Pro-marriage Equality Rally in Long Beach

Marriage equality was the focus of progressive Christians June 28 in Long Beach. On the heels of the U.S. Supreme Court decisions that the Defense of Marriage Act is unconstitutional and Proposition 8 cannot be enforced, the United Church of Christ,

More Homeless People in Shelters

LONG BEACH — More homeless people, especially veterans, are off the street and in shelters in Long Beach, according to a biennial survey conducted by the Long Beach Department of Health and Human Services, from 2007 to 2013. 

The number of

More News from the Hollywood Fringe Festival

Fringe Festival

By John Farrell, Curtain Call Writer

If you love theater, there is no better place to be through the end of the week than Hollywood.

That's where the annual Hollywood Fringe Festival is taking place, and there is something for every taste, from serious plays to on

Hungry Women

By John Farrell, Curtain Call Writer Hungry Woman is Josefina Lopez's latest play. The play is a look at a Latina from Los Angeles who flees to when her life, her love, the very meaning of her life, is in jeopardy.  Hungry Women, based on her novel of

Power Analysis Workshop

Join the Long Beach Coalition for Good Jobs & a Healthy Community as they take a take a closer look at the Long Beach City College Board of Trustees, starting at 5 p.m. July 10,  at the MHA Village. The group will learn how the board operate, what powers they have and the community

Visioning the Future for the Main Library

Councilwoman Gerrie Schipske is hosting a community meeting on “Visioning the Future of the Main Library,” starting at 12:30 p.m. June 29, at the El Dorado Library Community Room in Long Beach. Request for Qualifications Hints Someone Wants to Move Main Library.

Bill Close Loophole in California Shield Law

SACRAMENTO – California reporters and their news organizations would have five days notice of any subpoenas of their records, such as phone calls, or other invasions of their news gathering communications under a Sen. Ted W. Lieu measure that, June 25, passed its first policy review on a

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