President Donald J. Trump steadied his Twitter crosshairs on one of Long Beach’s most famous exports Wednesday morning as he unleashed an early morning response to a new Snoop Dogg music video that shows the rapper shooting a clown—one with a striking resemblance to the president—with a fake gun.
When Justin Dexter, 42, moved to Long Beach in August of 2014 he didn’t have any plans of opening a record store. Dexter—who goes by Dex—had friends in the area and was attracted to the “small community” and “vibe of the city.”
While the new album is layered in uplifting melodies and heartbreaking lyrics that feel comfortable in the vein of Bruce Springsteen’s Tunnel of Love, fans were treated to a solo acoustic performance featuring nine tracks from Adams' latest effort.
One Love Cali Reggae Fest brought an eclectic mix of flower children, stoners, California bros, dreadheads, and families together to celebrate reggae music and chill vibes with more than 50 bands over a three-day period in Long Beach this weekend.