The new terminal expansion and improvements will prepare the site for the next 25 years of predicted sea level rise, provide accessible passenger facilities and improve safety, security, pedestrian circulation and the overall user experience.
The event in Admiral Kidd Park will include a live cooking demonstration with chef and “Top Chef” judge Gail Simmons, a tasting stand where guests can try pairing fruits and vegetables with a variety of dips and a “let’s get scrappy” station that will show attendees how to utilize food scraps to regrow produce.
The Long Beach location will take over the former site of Royal Buffet, just north of the 405 Freeway, which burned down in 2016. The new store is expected to bring between 25 and 30 new jobs to the community.
After 16 years with the Ronald McDonald House organization and 10 years as executive director of the Long Beach branch, Cheri Bazley has resigned, the nonprofit announced today.
On Friday, Netflix released its second season of the lighthearted baking competition show, “Bake Squad,” featuring Jamaica Aali, a Long Beach resident and founder of the nonprofit organization Black Everywhere, in one of its episodes.
With multiple banners and timelines displaying five sections of approximately 50 items total, including photographs, newspaper articles and other documents, visitors will learn about the history of both the educational opportunity program and the Black Student Union at Cal State Long Beach.
After officially opening in September, Xela Institute of Art, a gallery on Pacific Avenue that displays contemporary art, is preparing for its second exhibition, which opens Jan. 28.
Since it first launched, the event has since grown into one of the largest Martin Luther King Jr. Day celebrations in Southern California.
Five $5,000 “Zwift Microgrants” will be awarded to nonprofits that prioritize fitness and community, among other pillars listed within Zwift’s social impact mission.
The Long Beach Community College District announced a new program in partnership with the Boys & Girls Clubs of Long Beach today, which will allow Long Beach City College students who are parents to enroll their school-aged children, ages 6 to 18, in free after-school programming.