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Cryptoscatology: A New Genre of Wierd

Cryptoscatology: A New Genre of Wierd

Long Beach Author Robert Guffey created his own genre, Cryptoscatology, meaning the study of things that are basically off the grid. By Emily Rasmussen Feb. 25, 2017 It was at a middle school in Torrance when Robert Guffey’s early suspicions...
Comic Universe Unleashes in LB

Comic Universe Unleashes in LB

Long Beach Comic Expo brings a diverse convention and presents award for diversity.  By YASMIN CORTEZ Feb. 20, 2017 Long Beach was at a calm after the Friday storm, when all of the sudden hundreds of comic book characters came...
In Search of Art Unexpected

In Search of Art Unexpected

Meet Mick Victor: It’s No Accident That He’s a Master of Accident Art By Emily Rasmussen Feb. 20, 2017 The graffiti-filled streets of downtown Los Angeles are considered an eyesore or nuisance to many, but some view it as art....

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Cryptoscatology: A New Genre of Wierd

Cryptoscatology: A New Genre of Wierd

Long Beach Author Robert Guffey created his own genre, Cryptoscatology, meaning the study of things that are basically off the grid. By Emily Rasmussen Feb. 25, 2017 It was at a middle school in Torrance when Robert Guffey’s early suspicions...
In Search of Art Unexpected

In Search of Art Unexpected

Meet Mick Victor: It’s No Accident That He’s a Master of Accident Art By Emily Rasmussen Feb. 20, 2017 The graffiti-filled streets of downtown Los Angeles are considered an eyesore or nuisance to many, but some view it as art....
Now Play At The Art Theater: Hidden Figures

Now Play At The Art Theater: Hidden Figures

NOW PLAY AT THE ART THEATER: Hidden Figures By Greggory Moore Feb. 13, 2017 Even if you don’t know the real-life story of three particular Black women’s contributions to early 1960s NASA, less than five minutes into Hidden Figures you...

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How Long Beach Police Stay “On Top” Of Crime

How Long Beach Police Stay “On Top” Of Crime

The Edge takes a ride-a-long with the Long Beach Police Department’s helicopter unit. by Emily Rasmussen Feb. 19, 2017 Climbing to 500 feet above the ground, Michael Colbert hovers over Long Beach in a dark blue aircraft. The propeller’s thud...
In the FAKE news…

In the FAKE news…

Fake news is something much deeper than a nuisance.   By: BRANDEN RAULSTON FEB. 15, 2017 Fake news may be likened to a human-manifested brother of the multiverse theory. Anything can happen, everything happens, and it has all already happened....
Why Valentine’s Day Drives Us Crazy

Why Valentine’s Day Drives Us Crazy

Love sucks. It makes us sad. It brings us joy. It keeps us up at night and forces us to do stupid, stupid things. Folks, lend me your eyes as I try my best to offer my insight into why...

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Argentina comes to Long Beach

Argentina comes to Long Beach

Its the next country selected in Fuego’s monthly Latin American brunch tour. Hold the tango for now and focus on the meals because Argentina will be the next country in Fuego’s 12-country Latin American brunch tour.    On Sunday, Feb....
Bigger is Not Always Better

Bigger is Not Always Better

Long Beach restaurants aim for food waste reduction. By GABRIELA MUNGARRO Feb. 13, 2017 Reduce, reuse, and recycle. The environmental friendly mantra has influenced many to reconsider their purchases, lifestyles, and also the way to eat. A city known for...
Beach City Food Tours: Q&A

Beach City Food Tours: Q&A

The Edge talks with Long Beach’s guide to the best eats in town. By BRANDEN RAULSTON FEB. 15, 2017 There is a certain situation so embarrassing that no equal exists in the known universe. Its indication of utter laziness and...

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Long Beach Creamery Serves A Homegrown Story

Long Beach Creamery Serves A Homegrown Story

Local ice cream shop thrives on owner Dina Amadril’s old school methods. By Angel Carreras Feb. 16, 2017 The founder of Long Beach Creamery is a mad scientist. Well, at least she kind of looks like one inside of her...
Beach City Food Tours: Q&A

Beach City Food Tours: Q&A

The Edge talks with Long Beach’s guide to the best eats in town. By BRANDEN RAULSTON FEB. 15, 2017 There is a certain situation so embarrassing that no equal exists in the known universe. Its indication of utter laziness and...
Netflix and Hulu Haven’t Killed This Video Store

Netflix and Hulu Haven’t Killed This Video Store

  Broadway Video is one of several remaining video-rental stores in Long Beach, and is home to a collection of 24,000 rentable materials. By Jesus Ambrosio | Feb. 24, 2016 A couple walks into Broadway Video at the corner of...