In a June 17 forum hosted by the Long Beach Economic Partnership, Accelerate Long Beach will examine the booming sector and why space companies continue moving into the city.
Construction permitting delays endanger the city’s recovery, but a new initiative could offer solutions
Four councilmembers are proposing sweeping reforms of city's Building and Safety Bureau in hopes of ending crippling permit delays.
The business model is centered on sourcing the highest-quality ingredients from around the world. While a large subset of products are made in the U.S., Pawstruck gets its free-range, grass-fed beef from South American, lamb ears from New Zealand, antlers from Canada and the list goes on.
Conflicted California regulators approved controversial rules that allow workers to go maskless only if every employee in a room is fully vaccinated.
Sunrise Senior Living, which already runs 332 assisted living and memory care communities, is looking to build another just south of Wardlow Road and Los Coyotes Diagonal.
Southwest recently invited business representatives from across the region to tour Long Beach Airport from curb to gate.
According to the market research firm The Wedding Report, this year will see a surge of 650,000 weddings nationwide, bringing the total number of weddings to 2.77 million compared to the average of 2.12 million weddings taking place in a normal year.
After a decade of business, owners of Kress Market in Downtown Long Beach threw a farewell party on Pine Avenue on Sunday, their last day open.
"They were one of those small businesses that got us through the recession," a former employee said. "It was part of the community in that it brought people together."
Restaurant chain Tocaya Organica, Japanese franchise Jinya Ramen and clothing store Brixton are among the new arrivals.