Everytable, a food business with a social justice mission, comes to East Long Beach

The company chooses locations in both low-income and high-income areas and prices its food differently based on the neighborhood.

As Long Beach housing market normalizes, traditional buyers still face challenges

Inventory is at a historical low, and the market is being dominated by investors and cash buyers. Taken together, those two factors don’t bode well for traditional homebuyers, even as the market appears to cool.

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