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Long Beach Roller Derby
held a scrimmage at the Bay Shore Skating Rink.
I interviewed Michelle "Estro Jen" Steilen
who is the owner of Moxi Roller Skates on 4th… Continue
Added by The Man on May 30, 2010 at 8:59pm —
We're kicking off the May Last Mondays Creative Mixer at our new downtown location: Exhibit [A] Vayden Roi Art Gallery located at 517 Pine Ave. between 5th and 6th street next to Radio Shack. This month we welcome poetry from Gale Lewis, improv comedy from Held2Gether
, uplifting tunes from the D.O.C.'s,
an acoustic set by… Continue
Added by SolShock Publicity on May 28, 2010 at 11:25am —
The SAM launch party was held at Gladstones yesterday. I just filmed some general footage of the event and got some interviews as well. Did you make it to the Summer and Music Festival
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Added by The Man on May 28, 2010 at 9:51am —
Hey CityLifers, it's another episode of our 562CityLife LIVE! BlogTalk Radio Show
tonight at 9 p.m. We will have Lolita Coppage
who is an incest survivor and also an inspirational speaker and singer. Her efforts to inspire people have shown that anyone can get through anything. She'll tell her story tonight and we… Continue
Added by The Man on May 27, 2010 at 1:24pm —
You may have noticed some of the great infrastructure repairs and improvements our public works department is doing around the First District. Our men and women who fix our sidewalks, paint our curbs, install new crosswalks, and repair our streets are doing more with less, and I want to personally thank them on behalf of the community.
Here are some projects you may have noticed them working… Continue
Added by LB Chica on May 27, 2010 at 9:03am —
Along the Atlantic Corridor
is Poly High School
, a school known for its great athletic and academic programs, but is also known to have racial tension among students. In order to find a common ground among the diverse students, Poly North was created. The Poly North camp invites 10th graders to participate in activities and healthy discussions that help them understand the… Continue
Added by The Man on May 26, 2010 at 9:56am —
I wanted to share a video from this past weekend's Green Long Beach Festival
by fellow CityLifer, Tony Damico
. Feel free to leave your comments below! Did you attend? How did you like it? What could've been… Continue
Added by The Man on May 25, 2010 at 7:33am —
I wanted to share this blog with everyone. It's about the Cultural Master Plan that's going on. This was from the Connected Corridor
's blog, Corridor Voices
. This blog was written by Connected Corridor's Project Director, Carina Cristiano Leoni
"I have been involved… Continue
Added by The Man on May 21, 2010 at 3:40pm —
More big news!
I’ve been chosen as the California Representative for the HUGS Program, by Friends Like Us.
We deliver handmade cards to children’s hospitals to brighten a child’s day.
What is the Friends Like Us HUGS Program?
The "hugs" part of our program is delivering hand-made greeting cards to children diagnosed with cancer in hospitals or cancer clinics in need of support. We feel they are getting a hug when… Continue
Added by Heather Crow Nelson on May 21, 2010 at 2:21pm —
I am so incredibly excited about this! Today I was chosen as one of the Kids Are Heroes Ambassadors. As a mom, children’s charities are close to my heart. And as someone who has been volunteering for 24 years, I know how important and fulfilling volunteering can be. With or without recognition, you feel that huge sense of accomplishment.
My bio on the site:
“Heather is a mom to 3, crafter, longtime volunteer, wedding assistant,… Continue
Added by Heather Crow Nelson on May 21, 2010 at 12:02pm —
Thanks to our friends, at www.lbreport.com
for sharing the latest information on the crack down of Long Beach gangs, we are able to have more transparency on what's happening in law enforcement.
"(May 20, 2010) -- At an afternoon press announcement with live team coverage by LBReport.com and attended by multiple LB and Los Angeles media outlets, LBPD announced it has arrested multiple suspects in roughly a dozen… Continue
Added by The Man on May 21, 2010 at 10:24am —
It's the third Thursday of the month and that means it's time for En La Noche! The events begins from 6-10 p.m. and is $10 to get in. But, we've been told if you say "Noche8" you get half off ticket price. So keep that between us CityLifers.
Don't forget to tune into our 562CityLife LIVE! BlogTalk Radio
show tonight at 9 p.m. We'll be giving away a certificate to… Continue
Added by The Man on May 20, 2010 at 8:38am —
Hughes Middle School recently held an assembly introducing kids to Rachel Scott's Challenge
. Scott was the first of 13 victims in the Columbine massacre. Known for her kindness, Scott always showed compassion towards three specific groups: disabled, new at school and people who have been picked on or put down.
Scott kept a journal of her… Continue
Added by The Man on May 20, 2010 at 8:26am —
The Long Beach Unified School District
issued 253 pink slips to teachers which is partly because the district needs to cut $90 million from its budget. The obvious problem that this situation brings up is the increased class sizes forced upon the remaining teachers. With class sizes already being an issue in Long Beach
schools, students, teachers, and parents can expect… Continue
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So, here we'll compile all the member contributed Pride Weekend pics we get. These first ones come from Matt Sun
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