Long Beach long-time photojournalist Stephen Carr ended his year by photographing the snow-capped San Gabriel Mountains from various spots throughout Long Beach after the first major winter storm swept through Southern California.
The sights and celebrations of the 2021 Acura Grand Prix of Long Beach.
Growing up with Jaliscan parents, seeing Latin food cooked so differently fascinated Agustín Romo, owner of Peruvian restaurant Casa Chaskis in West Long Beach. Peruvian gastronomy, for instance, has been heavily influenced by an influx of Asian immigrants to the region over centuries. These influences show through characteristics such as the use of woks while sauteing or stir-frying noodles and rice.
“I just wanted to make something I grew up eating.”
More than half of graduating seniors, 230, will be attending college next semester.
Renaissance High School for the Arts held its graduation ceremony Tuesday at the campus.
What to even say about water? It covers 71% of the Earth’s surface, it takes up 60% of our bodies, it’s 95% of your favorite beer and it can be beautiful.
This Earth Day, spring is in the air and vaccinations are in full-swing, so there is no excuse not to explore the outdoors and take in some of the beautiful views that Long Beach has to offer.
This month, the photographers at the Long Beach Post took on the challenge of abstract photography, shooting macroscopic views of natural and man-made objects in and around the city.