The secret is in the seitan: Cena Vegan arrives in Long Beach
Cena Vegan, which specializes in Mexican street food, will debut in Long Beach on Tuesday within Partake Collective, a ghost kitchen dining hall in the East Village.
An ex-server at Long Beach’s rebel restaurant chronicles its downfall in a comedy documentary
When the Retro Row restaurant refused to shut down, Brandon Ogborn turned the camera on his boss. He hopes his new film shows two things: “I really do love this person. I just think they’re being an idiot.”
Speculation of Lana Del Rey appearance brews ahead of 4 events celebrating new album
The owner of Fingerprints Music says the singer will not be in attendance at Thursday’s party, but whether guests will be in for a surprise at one of the three days of pop-ups this weekend in Shoreline Aquatic Park is anyone’s guess.
Things to do in Long Beach this weekend including… film screenings, art in the park and Broadway
Plus, a sci-fi tiki show and a Quentin Tarantino tribute band.
Boombox Cartel to headline Fiesta Friday at the Acura Grand Prix of Long Beach
The high-energy show will take place at approximately 6:30 p.m. on the plaza in front of the Long Beach Performing Arts Center adjacent to the Long Beach Convention Center and is free to Friday race ticket holders.
Handel and Hendrix: Musica Angelica’s unlikely pairing celebrates the ‘universal language of music’
For its 30th season, the Musica Angelica Baroque Orchestra will debut a new concert, “Ode to Music: Handel, Hendrix, and a Very Special House,” which was inspired by the historical music connection between George Frideric Handel and Jimi Hendrix.
Kitchen Lingo Books offers new and ‘seasoned’ volumes that illustrate culinary culture and history
Matt Miller, food writer and former restaurateur, just opened the doors to his new culinary book shop. For now, he offers an array of books from the newly printed to the heavily dog-eared. Eventually, it will offer a community discussion space for chefs and food writers alike.
Things to do in Long Beach this weekend including… Cambodian Restaurant Week and a belated Mardi Gras
Plus, some St. Patrick’s Day festivities.
Long Beach Camerata Singers lend voices to “Spain and the New World”
Composer Tomas Luis de Victoria is regarded as the most significant composer of the counter-reformation in Spain and one of the best composers of sacred music in the late Renaissance.
How to celebrate Pi Day in Long Beach
The annual celebration of the mathematical constant, which happens to (almost) share its name with a beloved confection, has once again arrived.
Gallery seeks local submissions for upcoming exhibition exploring pop surrealism
The Long Beach Creative Group is looking for artists to submit pop-surrealist artworks created in the last five years for an upcoming exhibition.
Move over Melrose: 7 Long Beach vintage and antique shops to dig into
From fur coats to furniture, if you’re on the hunt for vintage, you’ll hit the lottery in Long Beach.
CSULB’s Pow Wow returns, celebrating 50 years of indigenous culture and community in Long Beach
Southern California’s largest and longest-standing gathering of American Indians returns after a three-year hiatus March 11-12 in a celebration of indigenous culture and heritage that’s now on its 50th year at Cal State Long Beach.
Things to do in Long Beach this weekend including… garden play for kids and wine tastings for adults
Plus, a new photo exhibition, classical concert, a drag show and more.
Retro Row: How a pink neon beacon spawned a Long Beach subculture
When Kathleen Schaaf opened Meow Vintage in 1986, she had no idea one of Long Beach’s most beloved neighborhoods would raise up around it. Here’s the story of Retro Row.
Long Beach Symphony performs powerful classic compositions by Carl Orff and Ana Lara
The concert is part of the award-winning Long Beach Symphony’s 88th season.
Photos: Snowcapped mountains provide a brilliant backdrop for Long Beach
The recent high winds and rain washed away the Southern California smog, providing our staff photographers with a much prettier backdrop than normal.
Frog legs and absinthe: Long Beach restaurateurs bring Bar Envie to the Zaferia district
Introducing Bar Envie, the NOLA-inspired lounge where you can munch spicy frog legs and sip a rhubarb Ramos fizz cocktail—and you can play an old Nintendo while you’re at it.
Food Fight: Yellow journalism and going bananas over pie
March 2 is, in fact, National Banana Cream Pie Day and not simply a random date serving as a slothful excuse for our journalists, editors and staff to sit around in a custard-crazed banana bacchanal.