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Community News
This Week in 100 Days of Summer

Long Beach Parks, Recreation and Marine and the Long Beach Convention and Visitor’s Bureau are teaming up for the fifth year in a row to offer, a searchable calendar of free concerts & movies, Long Beach Sea Festival events, El Dorado Nature Center & historic site events, and ...
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Back to School News Briefs

Busy CSULB President Jane Close Conoley, who officially began her duties at California State University, Long Beach on July 15, will kick off her first CSULB fall semester with Convocation 2014 at the Carpenter Performing Arts Center, beginning at 9 a.m. on Friday, Aug. 22. There will be a reception ...
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Former Patients Enjoy a Fun-Filled Day at the Beach

Miller Children’s & Women’s Hospital Long Beach hosted its 7th Annual NICU Reunion and 2nd Annual Pediatric Heart Surgery Reunion in early August to bring together former patients, their families and the care teams who helped them recover during their hospital stay, for a day of fun and celebration. ...
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Business News Briefs

The Renaissance Long Beach Hotel recently announced the near completion of its renovation. The hotel’s renovation included its 374 guest room including 14 suites featuring stunning ocean and harbor views. In addition to the guest rooms, the hotel’s Club Lounge and fitness center have also been upgraded ...
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Community News

Heron Hike Walk with ecologists in some of the last remaining wetlands in Southern California. Learn how a recent fire impacted the wetlands. Learn how the wetlands are being acquired and restored. Learn how businesses coexist with and impact the wetlands. See some of the many creatures that ...
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Medicare Changes That Older Adults Should Be Aware Of
By Sandy Longobardy
With the recent implementation of the Affordable Care Act and Covered California, older adults may have questions about changes in health coverage concerning their current Medicare plan. Certain things are “staying the same,” like choosing your own doctor, but there are certain changes that will effect ...
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