Stephanie Stutzman, LB Press-Telegram

Stephanie Stutzman

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Mountain View, CA, United States

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Past articles by Stephanie:

LBCC commencement ceremony stays virtual, set for June 10

Long Beach City College bucks the trend and keeps its commencement ceremonies online. → Read More

Long Beach visitors bureau received 8,000-item donation Friday for Migrant children

The Church of Jesus Christ of Latter-day Saints, which has three locations in the city, dropped off that major donation to the Long Beach Convention & Visitors Bureau Friday afternoon. → Read More

Long Beach nonprofit encourages conservation efforts with student program, cash prizes

Environmental nonprofit Algalita has started a student group called the Wayfinder Society to encourage youth to become active. → Read More

Lola’s Mexican Cuisine owners, Long Beach Library patrons step up for migrant children – Press Telegram

Lola’s Mexican Restaurant raises $8,000, library patrons donate books for migrant children being housed at the Long Beach Convention Center. → Read More

Long Beach Transit announces Moovit app as partner

Long Beach Transit has partnered with smartphone app Moovit to allow riders to plan routes and track buses. → Read More

Here are some of the Easter services in the South Bay, Long Beach

Here are some of the church services scheduled for Easter. → Read More

Here are some of the Easter services in the South Bay, Long Beach

Here are some of the church services scheduled for Easter. → Read More

CSULB wants to enroll more women engineering students by 2025

The College of Engineering also recently launched its “100+ Women Strong” campaign, an initiative meant to boost the number of women majoring in engineering fields, cultivate an environment that nu… → Read More

Leadership Long Beach selects Aquarium of the Pacific official as new executive director

Sean Devereaux, who most recently served as the aquarium’s director of volunteer engagement, will helm Leadership Long Beach beginning April 19, looking to take it into a new era while overcoming t… → Read More

Heart of Ida nonprofit helps Long Beach seniors through coronavirus pandemic. This is how

The 13-year-old nonprofit has altered its operations to help elders since the city’s initial stay-at-home order went into effect last year. → Read More

Belmont Shore musician brings his Native American, Mexican heritage to life online

Belmont Shore’s Martin Espino has played music from his Native and Mexican heritages for decades. Now he’s teaching the songs and instruments online. → Read More

Long Beach bike share program makes full force return

The Long Beach Bike Share program has returned in full force with all 82 bike racks in the city set up at capacity. → Read More

Long Beach Aquarium of the Pacific announces virtual African American Festival

COVID-19 is keeping the event socially distant, but that’s not stopping the Aquarium of the Pacific from putting on its annual African American Festival on Saturday, Feb. 27. → Read More

CSULB’s Hesabu Circle invites young Black mathematicians – Press Telegram

CSULB Professor Kagba Suaray founded the virtual Hesabu Circle at CSULB, a monthly meetup for Black math professionals, students and interested youngsters. → Read More

Long Beach Blues Society stays creative with fundraisers, Valentine’s art auction – Press Telegram

The Long Beach Blues Society has turned to an art auction featuring Blues-related works as its next fundraiser. → Read More

Aquarium of the Pacific offers virtual tours, online learning exhibits

The aquarium hosts seal and sea lion tours at 11:15 a.m. every Wednesday and Saturday, and sea otter ones at 2 p.m. every Thursday and Sunday. → Read More

Long Beach police, firefighters provide holiday joy to children via toy drives

While the deadline to donate to the Police Department’s Toy Patrol drive has passed, the Fire Department will accept unwrapped toys through Christmas. → Read More

LBUSD announces virtual learning will stay through March 1

Long Beach Unified School District, which had initially planned to resume in-person learning on Jan. 28, announced Monday, Dec. 14, that the recent surge in coronavirus cases and hospitalizations a… → Read More

Free Long Beach grief support group available in time for holidays

New Hope Grief Support Community is hosting a free, six-week, online grief and loss support group in time for the holidays. → Read More

LGBTQ Center’s AIDS Walk happening this weekend — with adjustments – Press Telegram

In 2017, the LGBTQ Center Long Beach relaunched the annual AIDS Walk event to help support the nonprofit and the programs it helps. This year, the walk will be virtual. → Read More