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Wednesday, April 1, the emergency room staff at St Mary Medical Center on Linden Avenue in Long Beach were treated to lunch thanks to the San Pedro Fish Market. Today, Thursday, a crew will be serving 100 hospital employees at Harbor UCLA.

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Long Beach businesses are adjusting in order to succeed in the current environment. Many are reinventing their business models, striving to restructure, and doing business in a rapidly changing world.

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Virgin Orbit, a Long Beach aerospace company, is waiting federal approval for a new ventilator that it plans to manufacture and distribute to hospitals in the company weeks, according to a statement released Monday, March 30.

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Toilet paper, hand sanitizer and other hygiene essentials began flying off store shelves weeks ago amid mounting worries over the deadly coronavirus pandemic. Not to worry, retailers and suppliers said, we’re churning out product and cranking up inventory to meet demand.

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P2S Inc. has received two Engineering Excellence Awards from the American Council of Engineering Companies of California. The company is being recognizes for its work on the Aquarium of the Pacific Pacific Visions expansion project and for its work on California State University, Long Beach'…

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All nightclubs, bars, theaters and gyms will close throughout Long Beach, Mayor Robert Garcia announced Monday, March 16, in what local business leaders say will be a “large hit” to the city’s economy — a hit that could cost more than $100 million.

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LB Swag, 5304 E. Second St. in Belmont Shore has unique items that vendors claim you can’t purchase anywhere else. In a world where “Prime” members can have almost anything delivered to their door, the 25 artists whom the shop sources from set LB Swag apart.

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The long awaited El Pollo Loco, part of the nation's leading fire-grilled chicken chain, will be opening its newest restaurant at 10 a.m. Thursday in Belmont Shore.

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Great hospitality and quality food are the central elements of Ubuntu Café in Belmont Heights. With a heartfelt commitment to customer satisfaction, husband and wife team Fellippe Esteves and Danielle Soldati say they are determined to make Ubuntu “The Greatest Neighborhood Café.”

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The city of Long Beach has been at the forefront when it comes to women and leadership roles in technology — after all, the city is the birthplace of the Wonder Woman tech conference.

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P2S Inc. has received two Engineering Excellence Awards from the American Council of Engineering Companies of California. The company is being recognizes for its work on the Aquarium of the Pacific Pacific Visions expansion project and for its work on California State University, Long Beach'…

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The Downtown Long Beach Alliance has announced its new Board of Directors and Executive Committee. Board members are Graham Gill, Pat Welch, Cameron Andrews, Patty Wirth and Alisha Holmes-Watson. New executive committee members are Silvano Merlo, Alan Pullman, Tony Shooshani, Allison Krip, D…

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The Port of Long Beach faced its share of challenges last year — with the ramifications of the U.S.-China trade war topping the list — but the facility has plenty of reasons to be optimistic about the future.

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Rumors of the death of Second Street are greatly exaggerated, according to Matt Peterson, president of the Belmont Shore Parking and Business Improvement Advisory Commission and a partner in Legends Sports Bar on Second Street.

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It’s no secret that the Queen Mary has seen better days — but Long Beach, along with the ship’s operator, has a plan to resurrect its former glory.

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The Downtown Long Beach Alliance has announced its new Board of Directors and Executive Committee. Board members are Graham Gill, Pat Welch, Cameron Andrews, Patty Wirth and Alisha Holmes-Watson. New executive committee members are Silvano Merlo, Alan Pullman, Tony Shooshani, Allison Krip, D…