Mother’s Day 2020 feels more intense, more grateful, more anxious, more hopeful.
The joy of Friday’s parade was of such a degree that at least one person, with no connection to the school, was moved as to dance.
Only 14 animals remain in the care of Long Beach Animal Care Services. The rest have been either fostered or adopted.
“Ever since that post showed up, everyone’s been coming together.”
Local freelance violinist Jordan Busa never thought he would be playing to audiences after his gigs dried up due to the COVID-19 pandemic.
“There is a common misconception that Animal Control is somehow separate from Long Beach Animal Care Services … They’re both the same organization.”
The Long Beach Public Library relies on donation-based funding to support their many public resources.
The murals were commissioned by the Long Beach Arts Council to keep local artists working despite COVID-19 setbacks.
Jacobs’ will be admitted into CHOC hospital Wednesday, April 15 to undergo the bone marrow transplant next week.
Through the couple’s talents, they hope to encourage people to keep their spirits up.