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  • Betty J. "BJ" Lewenz, artist-teacher

    Betty J. "BJ" Lewenz, artist-teacher
    Betty J. "BJ" Lewenz, a former art teacher, photographer, poet and naturalist, died May 23 of heart failure at Union Memorial Hospital. The longtime Ruxton resident was 91. The daughter of Ralph Curtis Deatrick and Amy Carol Henderson Deatrick, Betty...
  • More fans of the accordion are squeezing in lessons

    More fans of the accordion are squeezing in lessons
    Across the street from a wine lounge and a gourmet sausage spot on Glendale Boulevard in Atwater Village, a small red-and-white neon sign reads: "DAVE'S ACCORDION SCHOOL." Inside, black and tan cases sprawl in a row along the floor, and two shelves hold...
  • Biz News: OCC names new marketing and PR director

    Orange Coast College has a new director of marketing and public relations. Juan Gutierrez will serve as public information officer, overseeing marketing, student recruitment, media relations and media publications. "I am excited to be part of the...
  • Paul Greenberg: Mobs I have known

    It was long ago in a different South -- the days of freedom riders and freedom songs, of SNCC workers and sit-ins. The bad old days of Orval Faubus and George Wallace and Ross Barnett. They were the good old days, too -- the days of Martin Luther King,...
  • Seal Beach shop puts some electric pep into cycling

    Seal Beach shop puts some electric pep into cycling
    When Brian Ballard's blood sugar dropped so low during a bike ride that he didn't know where or who he was, Beth Black, his girlfriend, decided it was time to stop cycling. "I am a type I diabetic," Ballard said, "and on pedal bikes my blood sugar would...
  • Plan to knock down house for parking in Belmont Shore criticized

    Plan to knock down house for parking in Belmont Shore criticized
    The parking situation in Belmont Shore is so bad, the city of Long Beach is considering buying out a local homeowner, knocking down the house and turning the land into a mini-parking lot. Residents often circle the neighborhood, block by block, in...
  • With parking at a premium, house may be the price

    With parking at a premium, house may be the price
    When the weekend rolls around, many locals in Belmont Shore don't even bother to leave home. At least not in their cars. Parking in "the Shore" is so notoriously difficult that residents are accustomed to circling the neighborhood, block by block, in...
  • Letters: Real-life oldie in Long Beach

    Re "Paradise seeks a parking lot," Feb. 20 The wit of your headline with the story on parking problems in Long Beach's Belmont Shore may be lost on younger readers. While a Belmont Shores neighborhood commission ponders how to expand parking while...
  • 'Cher: Strong Enough' -- New book tells of her fabulous, but ill-fated, TV series

    "I KNOW there's a huge Cher black market out there. But that's just the way it is. There's a black market for just about everyone in show business -- the difference with Cher is that there is so much more to sell illegally! It's a testament to the...
  • Premian labor humanitaria de Allende

     Premian labor humanitaria de Allende
    La escritora chilena Isabel Allende recibirá el Premio Humanitario de la Fundación Gabriela Mistral en Nueva York por el trabajo que realiza a favor de las niñas y mujeres en Chile y EE.UU, informaron esta semana los organizadores del galardón. El...
  • New year, new rules: Cell phone ban, higher speed limit, medical pot

    New year, new rules: Cell phone ban, higher speed limit, medical pot
    It was a history-making year at the Illinois Capitol, with lawmakers legalizing gay marriage, allowing medical marijuana for those with chronic illnesses, permitting concealed handguns and approving major changes to the government worker pension system....