Long Beach Voices was on the scene at the 2011 International City Bank Marathon. In this 1st part of the Marathon coverage, we are honored to speak to Mayor of Long Beach, Bob Foster. We also had the privilege to speak to both CEO of International City Bank - Jane Netherton & LA County Supervisor - Don Knabe.
In this show, we walk alongside Yolanda…
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I want everybody in Long Beach to know about my Meetup Group which meets this Monday, November 28th at Garnica Interiors from 5:30 to 7 PM called 'How to Decorate Like a Professional for the Holidays'. Renowned Interior Designer Joen Garnica will be our hostess at her studio and will show us some timely tips for getting our homes and office spaces set up for the Holidays. Register through the following link to my Meetup Group and click…Continue
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Tonight marks the 13th annual THANKS GIVENDS Benefit, a heartfelt collabortive effort from hundreds of DJs, musicians, promoters, media, artists and individuals to support local organizations who integrate music and arts programs that serve underprivileged and at-risk youth.
We're proud to again support this event and ask that you donate…Continue
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ContinueEven early on in the LBRD's Big Red Party Bus, the excitement is palpable; though how much of that is drunken revelry is unclear. I know that I am doing my part, both with the anticipation and the drunkeness. Tonight is the Semi-finals. The Fourth Street Retro Rollers are taking on the newest team in the league, the Belmont Hot Broads. Fourth Street placed third out of three last season, and well aware that losing tonight might bring the label of being a…
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There are two really important meetings today, and another tomorrow, that relate to local residential property owners being forced to pay fees for services they don't want to an organization they don't trust.
You can read about some of the concerns that relate to this issue here:
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LONG BEACH, Calif. (Nov. 14, 2011) – Swimmer Jessica Hardy was named the 2011 Long Beach Aquatic Athlete of the Year at an awards dinner and fundraiser hosted by the Long Beach Aquatic Capital of America Foundationlast Thursday night, Nov. 10.
Hardy was honored for capturing the world title in the 50 meter breaststroke and taking a silver medal in the 4x100 meter freestyle relay at the FINA World…Continue
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Semper Fidelis, the motto of the United States Marine Corps, means “always faithful.” In the recent years, it seems as if that fidelity, which is so celebrated, is not being reciprocated by the leadership in the U.S. to military service veterans.
On Friday, Nov. 11, Americans nationwide will once again bring out the colors of the country and its military services. Speeches will be given, honoring those serving and who have served. Politicians will pose in front of troops, and…
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Our Marathon Weekend coverage begins! Long Beach Voices tries to keep up with the SOLE RUNNERS as they train for the 2011 International City Bank Marathon. After getting our workout in, we head over to…Continue
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Today, the Long Beach Health Department kicked off "Fresh Air Dining LB," a new program designed to provide smoke-free outdoor dining options for Long Beach residents and visitors in partnership with local business associations, restaurants and community groups.
“Increasing the number of…Continue
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There is no Constitutionally protected right to violate the rights of others while in the course of exercising one's own rights. It's only an abridgment of rights when the law or ordinance is post ex facto to the action at hand. Since the ordinance is preexisting, no rights have been abridged or denied.
Once you've grown tired of sleeping outdoors and another cause grabs your attention, you will go back to your homes, apartments, or dorms - and the other 99% of Long Beach residents…Continue
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October 31, 2011 - 10:48 am
The Occupy Wall Street movement has received so much media coverage in recent weeks that it’s nearly impossible to keep abreast of all the developments. So many endorsements and criticisms coming from all directions enter the news cycle in such rapid succession that even the most dedicated news junkies may have missed out on many of the pronouncements. Supporters and detractors of OWS both might find it…Continue
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