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12/05/2019 - 8:17pm
THE BEMBRIDGE HOUSE in Drake Park has halls that are decked with holly for the Christmas holidays. A Queen Anne Victorian house built in 1906, it is owned and operated by Long Beach Heritage. Check their website for special tours and events.
12/05/2019 - 8:16pm
The antlers are lit up for Christmas at Joe Jost’s. During a football game on a packed Sunday afternoon, Dec. 1, an employee powered-up a strand of old-fashioned, colored Christmas lights, draped on an old pair of deer antlers. The crowd stopped whatever they were doing to watch the light-up at 3 p.m. and some even took pictures. Most of the bulbs glowed, but some did not. For those who correctly...
Army Corp Says....
12/05/2019 - 8:12pm
The United States Army Corps of Engineers presented a preliminary report Nov. 25 after three years of research that suggests keeping the controversial breakwater intact. The East San Pedro Bay Ecosystem Restoration Study which commenced in 2016, is the first open ocean ecosystem restoration study to use the Army Corps new 3x3x3 feasibility study model. The report focuses on a Tentatively Selected...
12/05/2019 - 8:08pm
Years after Long Beach lost the Spruce Goose in July 1992, another transportation attraction in the Queen Mary milieu, the Scorpion submarine, is slated for removal, but for entirely different reasons. Two years ago, the leasee of the sub, Urban Commons, unveiled a plan for a $250 million entertainment complex on the bay front next to the Queen Mary with a 2,400-foot-long boardwalk, a new small-...

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