Once open, hopefully by the holidays, optimistically by Thanksgiving, all of Colossus Bread’s goods will be made out of its Long Beach store.
“We encourage everyone to shut off the television and go for a walk while putting some good in the world.”
“We hope to give the community time to have discussions, escape reality and enjoy the creativity of the artist during times when art is therapy to some and livelihood to others.”
There’s even a map to go along with it.
Approximately 40,000 employees across the U.S. will be impacted by the closures.
A new connector bridge that would allow cyclists and pedestrians to access the path from Ocean Boulevard and the city’s trail network may have to be built before the path is opened.
“DRIVEN” is an approximately 25-minute drive-thru art experience featuring installations and artworks curated by MOLAA.
Rastaclat announced from its Long Beach headquarters the launch of its new Seek the Positive Foundation, a way to solidify its already robust efforts in giving to charitable causes.
“You know what my secret is? Doing what your wife tells you.”
The most successful fundraising campaign in the foundation’s history, the campaign exceeded expectations.