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Headlines: Blink 182’s Reunion Show at Banc of California Stadium GA Tickets Are $607 Each; Nury Resigns Without An Apology

—A prominent community Instagram page in La Puente is being accused of spreading false information about cop shootings and posting anti-LGBTQ content. An Avocado Heights community account is calling them out. [AHV].

—Facing mounting pressure to resign, Nury Martinez is no longer a council member representing Los Angeles. However, many were shocked that in her lengthy statement announcing her resignation, she did not issue any kind of apology for her words. [TWP]

—Trader Joe's free samples are back. Hello free little coffee shots that really keep you going until you get home and assemble your Trader Joe's cuisine! [Taste of Home]

—Looks like Denny's is hosting yet another pop-punk show today at 4 PM. Eater is reporting that the pop-punk band Games We Play is playing at diner franchise's Sunset and Gower location. This show is undoubtedly inspired by the chaotic Denny's punk show that went viral in 2019 when the experimental punk band WACKO played a show. [Eater]

—A steel conduit manufacturer, Zekelman Industries, is closing in Long Beach. The plant that has been around since 1974 is laying off its 145 workers. The facility at 2001 E. Dominguez St. is blaming more steel conduit imports from Mexico for its decision to close. [LBBJ]

—Currently, General Admission tickets for Blink 182's L.A. reunion show at Banc of California Stadium on June 16, 2023, are selling for $607.70. The band has already hinted at adding more dates. [Ticketmaster]

—Belmont Shores is hosting an event named "Mega Tip-A-Cop" at six participating restaurants on 2nd Street, where officers will be taking the role of servers. A Long Beach community page posted the event, saying that the cops will collect and donate tips to support Special Olympics Southern California athletes. [BSLB]

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