New Pacific Visions makes Aquarium of the Pacific unique

"I Am What Survives Me" This simple statement by Psychoanalyst Erik Erickson explains what the new, awe-inspiring, $53 million Pacific Visions wing at the Aquarium...

New Pacific Visions makes Aquarium of the Pacific unique

"I Am What Survives Me" This simple statement by Psychoanalyst Erik Erickson explains what the new, awe-inspiring, $53 million Pacific Visions wing at the Aquarium...

District One Coffee with a Cop

Bogart’s will host a Coffee with a Cop 8:30-9:30 a.m., Sunday, May 26. Two local officers serving the Old Town area and District One...


Los Alamitos rolls Esperanza at Angel Stadium

The Los Alamitos High baseball team got a chance to play a game in Angel Stadium and the Griffins took advantage of the big...



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Seal Beach National Wildlife Refuge
May 25 – May 26 all-day
On the last Saturday of each month, escorted tours of the National Wildlife Refuge in Seal Beach are held on the grounds of the Naval Weapons Station Seal Beach (except for December, when there is no tour). US citizens only. Government issue photo ID is required for all adults. Smoking and weapons are prohibited. Taking photos of Navy personnel or buildings is prohibited. Reservations are required by the Wednesday before the event. For reservations or information, call 562-598-1024.
SB Lions hosting BeepBall team at McGaugh ballfield
May 26 @ 9:00 am – 3:00 pm
The Seal Beach Lions are hosting two National Beep Baseball Association teams, the San Gabriel Valley Panthers and the Las Vegas LV2020, for two complete NBBA games on Sunday, May 26 at the McGaugh School field. The first game after National Anthem will be 9:15-11:15 a.m. Following that game, there will be an exhibition game with Seal Beach Pony Players blindfolded with the two NBBA teams at 11:30 a.m.-12:15 p.m. Lastly, we will have a second game between the two National Beep Baseball Association teams at 1-3 p.m. What is Beep Baseball or also known as BeepBall? It is a form of baseball for blind baseball players, featuring a large baseball with a beeping sound emitting from it so the players can hit and field the ball. Secondly, there are two bases with a different sound emitting from them and the players run for the beeping base tower. Please come join and support this wonderful event Sunday at the McGaugh ballfield to see how sight impaired athletes persevere through their disabilities and enjoy teamwork and comradery competing in the much-loved American Pastime.
Depression /Bipolar Support group serves Seal Beach area
May 29 @ 7:00 pm
At 7 p.m., Wednesdays, the DBSALongBeach offers an open support group meeting for people diagnosed with mood disorders and their friends where members help one another by sharing effective ways of coping with Depression and Bipolar Disorder. It is held in the Veteran Administration Campus on Seventh St. in Long Beach. For directions: For more information on mood disorders:
Huntington Beach Depression and Bipolar support group meets
May 29 @ 7:00 pm – 9:00 pm
From 7-9 p.m., Wednesdays, the Depression and Bipolar Support Alliance-Orange County hosts a support group for individuals with bipolar disorder or major depressive disorder. The group is for patients and family/friends, ages 18 and older. The group meets in the Hall Conference Room next to the Music Ministry Office, on the South side of the . Bonaventure Catholic Parish at 16400 Springdale St., Huntington Beach. The cross street is Heil Avenue. For more information, email Kristen Pankratz at or call her at 714-846-6891.
Weight loss group meets every Friday morning in Long Beach
May 31 @ 10:00 am – 11:00 am
From 10 to 11 a.m., every Friday, the weight loss group TOPS, (Take Off Pounds Sensibly) meets in the Social Hall of the Christ Lutheran Church, at 6500 Stearns St., in Long Beach. The group has weekly meetings and weigh-ins; up to date health and nutritional information and fun, meaningful programs. TOPS is a friendly group working toward the same goal—to reach a healthy weight. Everyone is welcome. Dues are $2 per week, with a once a year national fee of $34. A visit is free. For more information, call 562-439-2264.



Letters to the Editor: published Thursday, May 16, 2019

Thanks to everyone for the Car Show The date: April 27. The day: Saturday. The location: Seal Beach, California. What an amazing day it was, topped...

Teditorial: Local Young Marine travels to Iwo Jima for memorial

  Earlier this year, the Young Marines sent representatives to Guam and Iwo Jima, as escorts for WWII veterans attending the annual “Reunion of Honor,”...

Letters to the Editor: published Thursday, April 25, 2019

A 'win-win’ proposal for collecting sales tax Some of the local businesses in Seal Beach apparently did not get (or read) the memo—the one sent...