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Long Beach (Los Angeles, California)

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  • Mailbag: Oil tanks out, but what goes in?

    The planned demolition of the oil storage tanks on Magnolia Street is good news ("Company proposes removing oil tanks," Dec. 9). However, I hope that such action does not presage an application for the construction of an LNG complex at that location. I am unable to find an accompanying proposal for abandonment of the pipeline right of way, which extends from the Magnolia tank farm through Huntington Beach to terminal facilities in Long Beach. In my opinion, the city needs more information about the proposed deconstruction.
  • City Lights: Girls and boys always love their toys

    "It came without ribbons! It came without tags! It came without packages, boxes or bags!" So exclaims Dr. Seuss' Grinch when he discovers that his attempt to stifle Christmas, by stealing all the presents from under the trees of Whoville, has come up...

    Finding life in Peace

    Finding life in Peace
    Living in a grass-and-dung hut with no electricity is how Caitlin Robinson pictured her Peace Corps experience in her mind. Replace the hut with an apartment, candles with electricity and throw in running water and the Internet for good measure, and...

    On Theater: Going behind closed doors

    It's heralded in some critical quarters as the greatest movie of all time, so how did the final script for "Gone With the Wind" really get written? According to playwright Ron Hutchinson, in his comedy "Moonlight & Magnolias," producer David O....

    Mailbag: Cut city salaries or city programs?

    The city of Huntington Beach's top officials — the city administrator (Fred Wilson), and two deputy city administrators (Paul Emery and Robert Hall) — collectively pull down more than $608,000 in annual salary, plus more than $110,000 in...