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Located south of downtown Los Angeles Long Beach is the fifth largest city in California. Port of Long Beach is one of the largest shipping ports in the world. It is also the location of the home of Ferris Bueller, in Ferris Bueller's Day Off. Its high schools have hosted film crews for the American Pie Franchise, and the fox show Glee. Famous sites include the Aquarium of the Pacific, and the RMS Queen Mary, permanently docked in Long Beach as a museum and hotel.

Population: 492682
Local Newspapers: The Long Beach Press-Telegram
Local Sports Teams: LA Dodgers (MLB) LA Angels (MLB) LA Lakers (NBA)
Local Colleges: California State University Long Beach

Zip Codes associated with long beach, california: 90745 90746 90755 90802 90803 90804 90805 90806 90807 90808 90810 90813 90814 90815 90822 90831 90833 90834 90835
Towns/Cities near long beach, california : Lakewood Belmont Shore Seal Beach Rossmoor Wrigley San Pedro Cypress

Long Beach News
Metro bids farewell to original rail cars on the Blue Line in Long Beach

Long Beach Mayor Robert Garcia, County Supervisor and Metro Board Member Janice Hahn, and fellow Metro staff pose in front of the new Metro rail cars at the Blue Line's main rail yard in Long Beach. After 27 years of service and almost a million miles, the original P865 rail cars of the Metro Blue Line are being replaced with new rail cars in an effort to enhance passenger service and vehicle reliability.

Ficus trees lining Long Beach streets are dying from a new fungal disease

A tree that lost most of its leaves for the fall season is backlit from the sun along with a blue sky at Heartwell Park in Long Beach. 2014 file photo.

For July 4 snub, we would ban Signal Hill residents from Long Beach streets

Every year, starting a day or two after the first day of summer, we get all stewed up over Signal Hill. Over the years, we've tried to fire up the troops of Long Beach to rise up and storm the hill and plant the glorious flag of Long Beach at the peak.

William Wegman, Pat, 1997, Color Polaroid, 20 x 24 in

American artist William Wegman is internationally-renowned for his peculiar large-scale Polaroid photographs of Weimaraners. He first started taking pictures of his beloved canine models in the 1970s when he and his wife picked out their first dog, Man Ray.

Jerrod Niemann is ready to get rowdy at Queen Mary's Shipkicker Country Music Festival

Country music singer-songwriter Jerrod Niemann, who is known for hits such as "Drink to That All Night" and "Lover, Lover," his countrified cover of Sonia Dada's "You Don't Treat Me No Good," is ready to party with Southern California fans during his turn at the Queen Mary's Shipkicker Country Music Festival in Long Beach. The third annual event, which will be held at the Waterfront Events Park next to the historic landmark on Saturday, July 1, is a daylong event also featuring main stage performances by country artists Lee Brice, the Swon Brothers, Honey Country, Orange County natives Daniel Bonte & the Bona Fide, James Rensink and Jake Parr.

Summer camp youth get a slice of restaurant life at Belmont Shore pizzeria

Rance Ruiz serves up hot pizza to a dozen underprivileged kids at Rance's Chicago Pizzeria in Belmont Shore where they got a behind-the-scenes look at the restaurant business. Long Beach.

Heat wave isna t baking everyone

People, mostly families with young children, flock to Mother's Beach in Long Beach on Monday. While much of the inland areas are sweltering in a heat wave, the temperatrues at the water were in the mid-70s.

Good gastropub fun at Public Beer Wine Shop in Long Beach

Atmosphere: Funky, warehouse like beer and wine pub, with films showing against one wall, and a sense of being in an alternative world of hipness Suggested dishes: Chips and Salsa Flight , Guacamole with Chips , Rosa's Tostada , Charred Broccolini , Brisket Sandwich , House Charcuterie . Is the literally named Public Beer Wine Shop a restaurant? A gastropub? A liquor store? A nonprivate private club? An exceedingly eccentric dive? Or perhaps it's just a joint in which to hang out without having to think about what it may be, where you can stare at a film playing silently on one wall while sipping a School for Ants IPA from Mumford Brewing in Los Angeles.

Striking LA, Long Beach port truckers picket for 2nd day

Picketing port truck divers stand outside Mayor Garcia's 14th floor office demanding to see him in Long Beach on Tuesday. About 75 protesters marched through downtown Long Beach Tuesday in support of big-rig drivers who've walked off the job this week to protest trucking companies' labor policies.

Mediterranean fare familiar to owners of north valley's Baladie Cafe

Pita bread and the owner's signature hummus is served at Baladie Cafe, 4872 W. Lone Mountain Road. @KailynHype Summerlin couple Richie and Tami Abuhantash were regulars at Mediterranean restaurant Baladie Cafe before they owned it.

1931 Spanish-style house with emerald green kitchen asks $799K in Glassell Park

Just across the 2 Freeway from Eagle Rock Boulevard, this 1931 Spanish Revival-style house offers a fabulous picture window, coved ceilings, hardwood floors, and terraced outdoor green space in front and in back. The three-bedroom house measures about 1,400 square feet, and it includes a formal dining room and a burst of color in the kitchen, thanks to custom emerald-green tilework.

Qatar Tells US It Will Maintain Stable LNG Exports

Qatar's finance minister told U.S. Treasury Secretary Steven Mnuchin during a trip to Washington last week that Qatar was committed to maintaining stability around its exports of liquefied natural gas to the global energy market, according to a statement by Qatar's government communication office. "They discussed Qatar's efforts to counter terror financing ... and Qatar's commitment to maintaining stability around its exports to the global energy market," the statement said.

Mosquitoes that can carry Zika found in Long Beach, Calif.

While the Aedes aegypti mosquitoes have been found in Southern California, this marks the first time the mosquito has been found in Long Beach, Calif. Mosquitoes that can carry Zika found in Long Beach, Calif.

J.P. Morgan Raises Distressed Shipping Fund

J.P. Morgan Global Alternatives has closed a $480 million fund to invest in distressed shipping assets, attracting capital from pensions, endowments and insurance companies, reports Financial News London. The Global Maritime Investment Fund II, which surpassed its $400 million targeted capital raise, is one of the largest dedicated shipping funds.

Here are the results of Long Beacha s weekend DUI checkpoint

Police arrested one suspected drunk driver out of 1,225 vehicles that passed through a checkpoint Saturday night in Long Beach. The checkpoint lasted from 7 p.m. Saturday to 3 a.m. Sunday at Pacific Coast Highway and Daisy Avenue, and officers screened 461 vehicles, according to a news release.

Musicians asking Long Beach to relax rules for outdoor performers

Michael Vitale, of the Hawkline Monster, in front of MADE in downtown Long Beach on Pine Avenue. The wheels of Long Beach's performing artists have been whirring quietly for years, and that's been a problem.

L.A. and Long Beach port workers begin striking

Shouts of "What do we want? Justice! When do we want it? Now!" rang out as picketers congested the Evegreen yard in San Pedro on Monday, blocking up to 50 trucks from entering the terminal at a time. Around 60 truck drivers and warehouse workers serving the Los Angeles and Long Beach ports began striking terminals across the region Monday morning.

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