Ashleigh Ruhl, O.C. Register

Ashleigh Ruhl

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Past articles by Ashleigh:

Rep. Lowenthal on U.S. Capitol riot: ‘felt like a coup in a third-world country’ – Orange County Register

Congressman declares the chaos “a frightening thing for Democracy.” → Read More

Hot Stuff on Broadway makes comeback after devastating fire

Flames caused by faulty wiring physically consumed Hot Stuff on Broadway last year, but they couldn’t melt through the spirit of the place. → Read More

Workshop at Long Beach Antique Market will teach you how to treasure hunt

‘I go all over the country, and it’s hard to find anything as good or as big as the Long Beach Antique Market.’ → Read More

2ND & PCH is open for business — and Long Beach’s southeastern gateway is officially transformed – Orange County Register

Dignitaries — and throngs of shoppers — gathered to peruse the 11-acre open-air retail center at the egress between Long Beach and Orange County. → Read More

Long Beach entrepreneur Cindy Allen sells Agency ETA, advertising firm she founded, to Blume Media Group

She did not disclose her plans for the future. → Read More

Anaheim Street says goodbye to Red Leprechaun

The Red Leprechaun will close sometime before the end of this year. → Read More

New Belmont Heights business invites puzzlers to Escape Long Beach

Willing participants are shut inside a room — in this case, a garage laboratory of a mad young scientist — and must piece together clues to solve a mystery. → Read More

Sign painter puts his mark on The Streets in Downtown Long Beach

The 28-year-old painter specializes in designing and painting professional and artistic signage that permanently marks the storefronts of businesses throughout the city. → Read More

Long Beach-based Humansave aims to stop trafficking — and help those who have been trafficked – Press Telegram

The organization is mobile and serves a wide area wherever there’s a need, says founder Francesca Douglass-Franco. → Read More

JADE Restaurant opens at Long Beach’s Marina Pacifica – Press Telegram

JADE offers sushi and other Asian cuisine seven days a week, including weekend brunch. → Read More

Take your pick at the new Monday Night Market Under The Stars farmers’ market in Long Beach – Press Telegram

You can find it at The Streets shopping area downtown on Promenade North between Third and Fourth streets. It’s in addition to The Streets’ regular Friday Farmers Market. → Read More

An affordable housing primer: How Section 8 housing vouchers work in Long Beach

Over the past fiscal year, that funding to the city helped 6,450 low-income families cover rent at their subsidized residences. → Read More

Finding homes for struggling veterans in Long Beach: ‘It’s a revolving door’

Those working to find permanent homes for veterans in need find it’s a challenging process, and a ceaseless one, made more difficult due to the lack of affordable housing and prevention programs, e… → Read More

Long Beach-based Laserfiche invests in New Bixby Knolls development

The private company, founded in 1987 and based in Long Beach since 2001, is celebrating the groundbreaking of a new headquarters building near its existing campus in Bixby Knolls. Laserfiche has co… → Read More

Grunion to create their own brand of July 4th fireworks on local beaches

Fish out of water, the grunion run — or, more accurately, wriggle — onto the coastline in the warmest months, only when the moon is full or new and the tide is high. They are there to spawn, creati… → Read More

Amid the housing crisis, Long Beach’s U.S. Vets brings veterans in from the cold – Press Telegram

The average time it takes for a veteran to find permanent housing in Long Beach is roughly nine months. For some, it can take much longer. → Read More

E-bike retailer Propel is pedaling into downtown Long Beach

At Pacific Avenue and Broadway, Propel opened a few months ago and will host an official grand opening soon, according to owner and founder Chris Nolte, who opened the first store in Brooklyn as Lo… → Read More

Clarence Walter, sole owner of Long Beach’s Gem Shoe Repair, shines on as shop closes – Press Telegram

Generations of customers who depend on Walter’s services, especially his expertise in orthotic work, have been stopping in this summer to say goodbye and have final repairs done on their favorite s… → Read More

Taste of Downtown returning to Long Beach eateries, spread across the summer

In its 12th year, the culinary sample series is hosted by the Downtown Long Beach Alliance → Read More

Long Beach’s Gay & Lesbian Chamber of Commerce joins parade to show Pride in its growth – Press Telegram

It’s the first time in decades that LGBLCC’s members are coming together to ride in the parade, which organization leaders said reflects the Chamber’s recent growth, strong board representatives an… → Read More