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    By Dianne Anderson What started as a one-room Black History Month showing has now turned into a major 26,000 square foot experience where thousands of Long Beachers will turn out for three mostly free full days to take in all of the rare artifacts, arts and entertainment. “Now it’s an entire building. It was a ...
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    By Dianne Anderson High energy steppers, the glitz and twirl of batons and live entertainment will once more draw thousands to line the streets of Long Beach at the 30th Annual Martin Luther King Jr. Peace and Unity Parade. There, the 100 Black Men of Long Beach are ready to march lockstep with local festivities, ...
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    Long Beach’s new Urban Agriculture Incentive Zone (UAIZ) Program is now accepting applications. Vacant lot owners in Long Beach could be eligible for a property tax reduction by committing their lot to urban agriculture for five years. Urban agriculture projects include many types of farming activities including community and educational gardens, as well as commercial farms with ...
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    By Dianne Anderson Robotics and coding for the boys in the 100 Black Men in Long Beach programming have been a futuristic vision for Howard Perry for a long time coming. Through a recent collaboration with a local educational non-profit, some of their programs came to life, giving rad robots, technology and engineering a new ...