New president Jane Close Conoley on CSULB campus: a Impressed with so many thingsa
Jane Close Conoley meets with university deans as she prepares to lead Cal State University Long Beach as the first female President in its 65-year history, in Long Beach, CA., on Friday, March 14, 2014.
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Thu Mar 13, 2014
Frida Kahlo, John Wayne and St. Patricka s Day among things to do this weekend in Long Beach
Frida Kahlo, Her Photos: The Museum of Latin American Art will present over 200 images from the Casa Azul archive in Mexico City.
Musical Theatre West to Present West Coast Premiere of S'WONDERFUL, 4/4-20
Musical Theatre West presents the third production of their 61st season, the West Coast Premiere of S'WONDERFUL: The New Gershwin Musical, created and directed by Ray Roderick , musicaldirection by Bret Simmons with choreography by Charlie Williams .
Carpenter Center has something for everyone this weekend
The Carpenter Center has a busy weekend ahead with a little bluegrass and roots music, a Shakespearean classic with a modern twist, and Japan's version of the Blue Man Group coming to the Cal State Long Beach venue.
Tue Mar 11, 2014
1st Capital Bank Announces: Hire of Michael J. Winiarski as Executive ...
Mr. Winiarski has more than thirty years of experience in the financial services industry, with this appointment's being Mr. Winiarski's fourth as a Chief Financial Officer for a commercial bank.
Long Beach Opera taking on controversial a The Death of Klinghoffera
Suzan Hansen and Robin Buck will star in the Long Beach Opera's "The Death of Klinghoffer."
Mon Mar 10, 2014
Longtime CSU Trustee dies
William Hauck, the longest serving trustee for the California State University system, died Friday at the Sutter Roseville Medical Center in Northern California after an eight-month battle with brain cancer.
Mark D'Arelli Named New Commander of California Highway Patrol's Santa Barbara Area
Santa Barbara County native Mark D'Arelli has been named the new commander of the California Highway Patrol's Santa Barbara Area effective March 1. He attended Solvang Elementary and Santa Ynez high schools.
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Global shipping alliances wait on the anchor man
Mario Cordero, head of the Federal Maritime Commission, and former board president of the Port of Long Beach's Harbor Commission, visited Long Beach last week.
Sun Mar 09, 2014
Boom in personal health tech could be your lifesaver
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Thu Mar 06, 2014
Dinosaurs and West Side Story among things to do this weekend in the Long Beach area
This is one of the largest events of its kind. The two day celebration will feature inter-tribal dancing, singing, drumming, arts, jewelry, crafts and food.
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Researchers Embark on "Kelp Watch"
The conditions were next to perfect for a boat ride out past the breakwater off Alamitos Bay in Long Beach Thursday.
Steve Martin's Wild and Crazy Career Ride from Orange County to Stardom is PBS Show's Focus
Steve Martin's Orange County roots run deep. He was a cheerleader at Garden Grove High School, attended Santa Ana College and Cal State Long Beach, got one of his first jobs at Disneyland, developed a magic act in the park's Magic Shop and went on to join a Knott's Berry Farm comedy troupe.
Wed Mar 05, 2014
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Poly High freshmen create documented success
Destin Bigsby, a sophomore at Poly High School, won third prize and $750 for his documentary "Mental illness in America."
Tue Mar 04, 2014
Alcohol, Marijuana and the Youth of America
A few weeks ago, I began to show from extensive studies and evidence how alcohol use and marijuana use compare in terms of addiction, withdrawal and using motorized vehicles.
Mon Mar 03, 2014
CSU Students, State Assembly Debate Effectiveness Of 'Success Fees' Amid Tuition Freeze
The $5,472 annual tuition at Cal State's 23 campuses is set by the Board of Trustees and hasn't changed in three years - but there are other expenses, including so-called "Student Success Fees," hiking costs up to several hundreds dollars a semester for services and classroom improvements.
Scott-Hayward on Supervised Release
Christine S. Scott-Hayward has posted Shadow Sentencing: The Imposition of Supervised Release on SSRN.
Thu Feb 27, 2014
Parents not ready for independent future
There is a lot of pressure being the first one in the family to get accepted into a four-year university.
DoDEA taps McKelvey Kentucky Teacher of Year
By LYNSIE DICKERSON Gold Standard Staff Writer email@example.com Jessica McKelvey's love of teaching has taken her across the world and across the county, and has now landed her the title of U.S. Department of Defense Education Activity Kentucky District Teacher of the Year.
Wed Feb 26, 2014
New Mercedes-Benz facility at Boeing site seen as economic boost for Long Beach
Mercedes Benz´s anticipated move to Long Beach in March is a significant boost for the city and the Southland, which may see some economic benefits because of it.