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The first ship to sail from Long Beach will be the Panorama, a 4,008-passenger vessel set to depart on a seven-day cruise down the Mexican Riviera.
Ylenia Mino's company, Paint for a Purpose, offers painting classes for corporate and private clients—hosting as many as 200 people per event—that range from team building exercises to birthday parties.
Companies founded by women produce higher returns on investment and cumulative revenues than those led by men, but still receive only a fraction of overall funding from investors.
The return of conventions is huge for Downtown Long Beach restaurants and hotels, all of which rely on conventioneers to keep revenues up.
The Long Beach Historical Society continues to build a record of life under lockdown and the reopening process in the form of a crowdsourced archive fed by survey submissions.
The vacancy rate for office space was up only slightly from pre-pandemic times, according to data collected by CoStar, a leading provider of real estate data and analytics.
CSULB is one of five campuses that received funding from the state university system to start new chapters of Project Rebound.
Six years into its existence, the BOSS program has grown from two summer camps with roughly 20 boys in attendance to an educational and career support program serving 200 students.
Business and property owners can qualify for grants ranging from $100 to $600 for the removal and haul-away costs of plywood.
At the beginning of last year, Long Beach City College’s revamped trades programs—welding, automotive and construction technology—were doing great. After restarting the previously discontinued programs...