In honor of the shop's third birthday, patrons can experience a one-weekend-only menu that includes concoctions ranging from a caramelized apple latte to a peanut butter espresso shake.
byBrian AddisoninUrban Renewal & Design
The 29,000-square-foot, two-story, project was unveiled over two years ago after San Francisco-based firm EHDD revealed its design for the Aquarium's first ever expansion since opening in 1998.
In one of the most comprehensive rankings of bike-friendly cities, Bicycling magazine has listed Long Beach at #27 amongst 285 cities analyzed and 40 cities formally ranked.
The cult-like following behind Plant Power Fast Food will have to be a bit more patient: Following an announcement earlier this year that they would have their location at Clark Avenue and Pacific Coast Highway up and running by September,...
After years of dormancy, Millworks bought the building for a cool $3.5 million in 2015 with plans to bring back the space to its former glory as an esteemed music venue. That, however, will not happen following the sale...
Pastor's research, with graduates Vanessa Carter and Maya Abood, takes on the task of questioning the literature against rent control and analyzing if moderate forms of rent control would actually help with the housing crisis, as growing research begins to...
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