Podcast: A New Age For Anaheim Street?

All along the Anaheim Street corridor, new businesses are sprouting up. This is especially noticeable on the corridor's western portion, where historic homes eventually...

BizBrief: Today’s News To Know

CSULB Professor Announces Candidacy For 2nd District Council Seat Dr. Eduardo Lara, a sociology professor of California State University, Long Beach, announced his intention to...
2nd & PCH Opening Event

Real Estate & Development: 2ND & PCH Is Open For Business

The highly anticipated 2ND & PCH retail center celebrated its grand opening with city officials, developers and hundreds of residents in attendance on October...
Toyota Hydrogen Fuel Cell Plant

SCE Halts Toyota’s Plans For Fuel Cell Power Plant In Long Beach

Japanese car manufacturer Toyota is planning to bring a fuel cell power plant to its Port of Long Beach facility, making it the company’s...

Legislation Could Lower Drug Prices, But At What Cost?

A proposal by House Speaker Nancy Pelosi to lower prescription drug costs by allowing the government to negotiate with pharmaceutical companies is expected to...
Broadway Bike Path Digital Totem

Smart Cities: Civic Evolution Or Tech Dystopia?

Your smartphone allows you to check your e-mails, listen to your workout playlist and, lest we forget, make the occasional call. Forgot to turn...
David Powers, The Pacific

The Pacific Promises ‘Sophisticated’ Living Downtown

The Pacific in Downtown Long Beach has a more “sophisticated and timeless” design than Sares-Regis Group’s two other multi-family projects underway in Long Beach,...
Flu Shot

Preventing Flu In The Workplace

The upcoming holiday season of laughter and joy can quickly turn into one of coughing and sneezing if individuals do not exercise good caution...
Michelle Byerly and Marcelle Epley

Care To Give? Experts Say Research Is Key When Donating To Charitable Organizations

As wildfires rage across the state, many California residents may feel compelled to donate to local charities and fund-drives to help their fellow Californians...

Colorectal Cancer Risk On The Rise Among Millennials

Research by the American Cancer Society published in 2017 found that people born in the 1990s (I.E., Millennials) are developing colon and rectal cancers...

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