Long Beach holds first 'Light Up Long Beach' event

More than 500 luminaries adorned homes damaged by the storm. Residents say the lights celebrate survival and symbolize a new beginning for those displaced by

More than 500 luminaries adorned homes damaged by the storm.

More than 500 luminaries adorned homes damaged by the storm. (1/1/13)

LONG BEACH - Long Beach held its first 'Light Up Long Beach' last night.

More than 500 luminaries adorned homes damaged by the storm. Residents say the lights celebrate survival and symbolize a new beginning for those displaced by the storm. The celebration was organized using Facebook.

The event will be held again next New Year's Eve.
 

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