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Tim Grobaty is a columnist and the Opinions Editor for the Long Beach Post. You can reach him at 562-714-2116, email tim@lbpost.com, @grobaty on Twitter and Grobaty on Facebook.

Here are the 10 priciest homes sold in Long Beach in...

In Long Beach, not surprisingly, the priciest homes all have views of the water: Alamitos Bay, Naples’ canals or the shimmering blue Pacific Ocean.

Fern’s Garden in Belmont Shore to close after 17 years

You might not find what you’re looking for at Fern’s, but you’d almost certainly find what you weren’t looking for.

After a nearly a year as aquarium chief, Peter Kareiva’s job...

Peter Kareiva took over as CEO and president of the Aquarium of the Pacific last August, replacing Jerry Schubel, who had run the facility...

Restaurateur Carl Dene sells his Kenneth S. Wing-designed home, listed at...

“Architecture is really important to me,” said Carl Dene. “I got my degree in graphic arts, so good design is very meaningful to me.”

After a devastating year, L’Opera is rising from the ruins

Later, looking at security camera video, Antonelli counted 63 people making havoc with his restaurant for three and a half hours. “They were taking armloads of liquor and food out to vans in the garage and they’d fill them up and the vans would drive away. It was all very orchestrated.”

This Cliff May Rancho wasn’t for sale—until someone offered almost $2...

The rise in price of the Ranchos has been staggering over the past decades as they’ve set record sales prices every couple of months, since a Cliff May first broke the million-dollar mark with the sale of a home at 3070 Karen Ave. in May 2019.

Former Belmont Heights home of the ‘Flying Bixbys’ is on the...

The woodwork in the house is original and in great condition after the owners had its 107 solid-mahogany doors and 80 mahogany-trimmed windows all stripped and refinished.

Grand Prix’s future could hinge on city’s waterfront development plans

The Grand Prix’s agreement with the city extends through the 2023 race, but a lot of factors affect the longevity of the event beyond that.

For first-time home buyers in Long Beach, ‘It’s not a great...

Simply put, Cal State Long Beach Department of Economics chair Seiji Steinmetz says, "A middle-class person cannot afford to own a home in Long Beach right now.”

Ed Killingsworth on the beach: Home he designed on the Peninsula...

The landscaping isn’t as graceful as Killingsworth typically preferred, but perhaps the eternal expanse of the Pacific visible from rooms throughout the house was more than enough for the architect who invariably integrated the inside of his houses with the outside environment.

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