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Spectrum cable recently presented a $25,000 Digital Education Grant to the Long Beach Senior Center to help educate seniors and provide tablets and support the center's computer lab.

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St. Patrick's Day is next Wednesday and it's is a little different this year. Some places are offering specials with limited outdoor dining. Check with your favorite establishment to see what their plans are. Here are a few choices.

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The Carrie Townsend Foundation has awarded $2,500 to The Youth Center, a Los Alamitos-based organization that works to transform children's lives one family at a time. CTF was created to honor Carrie Townsend's memory by supporting nonprofits in Southern California that benefit youth.

Its original name was the Crippled Children’s Society of Southern California. In 1926, its founders — a group of businessmen connected to the Los Angeles Rotary Club — had a vision to not only help children and adults who were suffering from polio but create ways to help them become successf…

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Registration is now open for the first of the Long Beach Trifecta charitable events. It's a collection of three virtual race events to benefit JFCS of Long Beach & West Orange County, U.S.VETS-Long Beach and Meals on Wheels-Long Beach. The first event is May 1-31. For more information go…

The former home of Belmont Shore’s La Strada is about to re-open as Colossus Bread + Coffee. Fans of the bakery have been waiting for this moment since last fall, when Colossus announced plans to add a Long Beach location.

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Registration opens Feb. 15 for the first of the Long Beach Trifecta charitable events. It's a collection of three virtual race events to benefit JFCS of Long Beach & West Orange County, U.S.VETS-Long Beach and Meals on Wheels-Long Beach. The first event is May 1-31. For more information …

A resident told nextdoor.com she's so upset with local crime that she's taken the ultimate step: moving her welcome mat indoors. Of course, if that approach is too subtle, there's always the take-no-prisoners greeting I once saw a few blocks from my house. "Go Away," it said.

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Most restaurants won't be showing the Super Bowl this year. But that doesn't mean we can't enjoy food and beverages from our favorite spots while watching the game on Sunday.

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This year's Soroptimists of Long Beach Munch and a Movie will be a virtual event on Saturday, Jan. 30. Tickets are $75 and the group will deliver a lunch provided by Berg Catering and a DVD of your choice from the following movies: "All of Me," "L.A. Story," "Bringing Down the House" or "Hon…

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Get food to-go from Panda Express on Friday, Jan. 29,  and 20% of sales will be donated to spcaLA. There's a digital flyer available at spcaLA.com, and use this code, 320624, when ordering online. Long Beach Panda Express outlets are at 1994 Ximeno Ave. at the Traffic Circle, 501 Long Beach …