Long Beach Lawn-to-Garden Turf Replacement Program

Long Beach Lawn-to-Garden Turf Replacement Program Now that Earth Day has come and gone, it's time to put those environmental values into practice! If you own a home in Long Beach, CA and are looking to go green, save some green, or BOTH, check out the City of Long Beach's Lawn-to-Garden … [Read more...]

Tax & Estate Planning After DOMA Seminar

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Long Beach 4th of July Events

As the 4th of July weekend draws near, many people in the Long Beach are planning to barbecue and take in some local fireworks. In case you don't already have plans in place, here are some local options: Downtown Fireworks - Fireworks will be visible from the Aquarium of the Pacific, the Queen … [Read more...]

Cleaning up at the ports of Los Angeles and Long Beach

By Ronald D. White / Los Angeles Times August 23, 2009 The ports of Los Angeles and Long Beach are so busy that they move more cargo than the next five largest U.S. ports combined. They're so efficient that they process more international trade in one month than most North American harbors handle … [Read more...]

Original Long Beach Lobster Festival sets September dates

By Dee Long / Examiner.com If your tastebuds are hungry for  Maine lobsters flown in fresh from the Atlantic, the Original Long Beach Lobster Festival (www.originallobsterfestival.com)  has a lobster bib with your name on it September 11 through September 13, 2009. An international food court, … [Read more...]

LB To Receive Nearly $1M To Hire Youth Into Green Jobs

By Ryan ZumMallen / LBPOST.com July 2, 2009 Earlier this week, Governor Schwarzenegger's office announced that nearly $11 million in stimulus funding from the American Recovery and Reinvestment Act would be awarded to ten California workforce organizations, and the City of Long Beach was awarded … [Read more...]

Solar energy helps to power huge ship at Port of Long Beach

By Ronald D. White / Los Angelas Times July 2, 2009 The huge car carrier ship called the M/V Auriga Leader idled at the Port of Long Beach, burning through enough electricity to power 100 homes as workers loaded and unloaded a fleet of Toyotas. But unlike any of the diesel-spewing, power-draining … [Read more...]

Dragsters, Classic Cars Line Up For Annual Bixby Knolls Expo

By Leslie A.M. Smith / Gazettes.com July 2, 2009 Atlantic Avenue between Carson Street and San Antonio Drive will be jammed with cars on July 11, when the Fourth Annual Dragster Expo and Car Show hits the street from 2 until 7 p.m. The event began in 2006 as the brainchild of Eighth District … [Read more...]

Project Brings Joy To Hospitalized Youth

By Shereen Oca / Gazettes.com July 1, 2009 The voices of youth from an area choir and the artwork of students from a Gardena elementary school have come together in an effort to convey the importance of compassion and understanding. The project, dubbed “Colors of Love and Peace,” is the result of … [Read more...]

Colors of love and peace

By Carla Rivera / Los Angelas Times June 29, 2009 Students at 186th Street Elementary School in Gardena like to call themselves peacemakers because part of their curriculum focuses on creating safe classrooms, and each year they embark on a peace march spreading their message of love and respect … [Read more...]