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NCAA men: Ball State gets into AVCA poll, league POWs announced

For the first time in a while there was some movement in the AVCA Division I-II men’s volleyball poll as USC dropped out and Ball State made it in at No. 14 after two upset victories last week. The top three teams — Long Beach State, UCLA and Hawai’i — stayed the same. Show More Summary

NCAA men: No. 1 Long Beach beats No. 2 UCLA, another upset for Ball State

Long Beach State won the big showdown in the Pyramid. The top-ranked 49ers of the Big West beat No. 2 ULCA of the MPSF in four in Saturday NCAA Division I-II men’s volleyball action. Also Saturday, Ball State pulled off another MIVA upset on its Chicago trip and Stanford broke a three-match losing streak by […] The post NCAA men: No. Show More Summary

Long Beach Museum of Art welcomes new exhibitions

yesterdayArts : Artdaily

The Long Beach Museum of Art will welcomes three new exhibitions to its Hartman Pavilion and galleries, including CARTOMANCY: The Seni Horoscope Re-imagined by Shay Bredimus, Time and Space: Abstractions from the Long Beach Museum of Art Permanent Collection, and Christy Matson: Rock, Paper, Scissors. Show More Summary

Long Beach civic center is getting a $900-million makeover that's a model for other cities

Long Beach City Hall is not long for this world. The concrete-winged tower looks stout enough, but it’s not someplace you’d choose to be in an earthquake. Dedicated in the bicentennial year of 1976, the high-rise is the centerpiece of an obsolete civic center that the coastal city is busy erasing....

Reese scores 26 points, leads Canisius over Monmouth 79-60

WEST LONG BEACH, N.J. (AP) -- Isaiah Reese had 26 points and matched a career-high with six steals to lead Canisius to a 78-60 victory over Monmouth on Friday night for its sixth straight win. Canisius (19-9, 13-2 Metro Atlantic Athletic Conference) moved into a first-place tie with Rider, and faces the Broncs on Sunday. Show More Summary

UC Santa Barbara beats Long Beach St 80-70

LONG BEACH, Calif. (AP) -- Leland King II scored 20 points and grabbed 15 rebounds, Gabe Vincent added 19 points, and UC Santa Barbara pulled ahead early to beat Long Beach State 80-70 on Thursday night to remain atop the Big West Conference...Show More Summary

The Gay Bar Is Dying. Long Live The Queer Café

4 days agoNews : The Daily Beast

P{hoto Ilustration by Sarah Rogers/The Daily Beast Some of the most memorable nights of my life have been spent in gay bars. Whether it’s dancing with my wife in the labyrinthine Twist nightclub on Miami Beach, goofing off with my friends...Show More Summary

10 Beaches So Beautiful – They Put Them In The Movies…

Glamour lingers on these beaches, long after the cameras are gone… There’s nothing like a little extra motivation to book your next holiday. And without even opening your computer, these gorgeous beaches are calling out for you, directly from your television. Show More Summary

The Best Things to Do in Miami This Weekend

The long weekend has arrived just in time for this ungodly hot mid-February weather. It might be the perfect time to hit the beach if you've stayed away since November. But in case you're still not ready for the invasive, glitter-like hell that is powdery beach sand, there are plenty...

Redemption is the theme for many Southland teams as college baseball returns Friday

The ping of metal bats and the quirky dugout antics of college baseball return Friday. The 2018 season begins with several Southland schools seeking redemption, led by Long Beach State. Last season, the Dirtbags won their first outright Big West Conference title since 2003 but came up 90 feet short...

Long Beach woman pleads no contest to killing her boyfriend

A Long Beach woman pleaded no contest Feb. 14 to stabbing her boyfriend nearly two years ago, according to the Los Angeles County district attorney’s office.  In court, Yvonne Marie Pina, 34, pleaded to one count of voluntary manslaughter for killing her boyfriend, Aaron Paolo Flores, 21. Show More Summary

Metro moves forward with plan to widen the 710 freeway

Opponents call the project a “1950s-era solution” to congestion on the busy route A Metro committee gave its unanimous approval Wednesday to a $6-billion plan to widen much of the 710 freeway, from Long Beach to Commerce. The agency’s...Show More Summary

NCAA men: No. 2 UCLA beats USC, plays No. 1 Beach on Saturday

Second-ranked UCLA routed USC in NCAA Division I-II men’s volleyball on Wednesday, setting up Saturday’s highly anticipated non-conference match at No. 1 Long Beach State. The MPSF victory left UCLA 14-1 overall and 3-0 in the conference. Show More Summary

Metro staff support a $6-billion widening of the 710 Freeway

Each year, tens of thousands of truck drivers make the 19-mile trip up the 710 Freeway from the ports of Los Angeles and Long Beach to rail yards near downtown, carrying cargo bound for every corner of the United States. The 710 handles so much freight traffic from the ports that commuters on the...

Fontainhas in Panaji, India

Goa is known as the party state of India, and its beaches attract hippies and leisure lovers from all over the world. But partying on the beach is not the only thing to enjoy in Goa. In fact, the state has a long history of Portuguese...Show More Summary

Eater’s Ultimate Guide to the 17th Annual South Beach Wine and Food Festival

Where to eat, drink and be merry all weekend long The weekend Anthony Bourdain once called “spring break for chefs” is back. The 17th annual Food Network & Cooking Channel South Beach Wine & Food Festival (SOBEWFF) hits Miami February 21-25. Show More Summary

Long Beach coalition kicks off campaign for citywide rent control

Voters could weigh in on rent control in several Southern California cities Tenant advocates in Long Beach on Sunday kicked off efforts to put a plan for citywide rent control before voters in the upcoming November election. The effort...Show More Summary

Port of Long Beach: Record Port Traffic in January 2018

From the Port of Long Beach: Year Begins With Records in Long BeachThe new year brought a raft of records to the Port of Long Beach, where January container volumes reached an all-time high for the month.Workers moved 657,830 twenty-foot equivalent units (TEUs) through the harbor in January, 12.9 percent more than the same month last year. Show More Summary

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