High school marching bands, drill teams, elected city leaders and local beauty pageant titleholders will delight the crowds this Saturday at the annual parade.
The Downtown Long Beach area has several new dining options—but their signage will be hard to find, since they’re all located inside a new ghost kitchen and food hall in the city’s East Village neighborhood.
Skip the store-bought gifts and get creative with these homemade gifts to fit any budget.
Located at 160 The Promenade North, the former site of Foundation Sandwich Shop, Poke Pub offers an array of fresh poke and barbecue options, along with Hawaiian beers to wash it all down.
Shop Small Saturday is an annual event to promote local shops and restaurants. Here are some events happening in Long Beach this weekend.
There’s lots to shop this weekend. But if you’d rather laugh, run or drink a beer, we have that too.
If you want to enjoy the World Cup matches as they’re meant to be enjoyed, in a wild, celebratory setting, sitting amid the madness of crowds, you need to go where those crowds go.
Thankful for the week off from school (maybe not), but not sure what to do? We’ve got you covered with kid-friendly locations right here in Long Beach to entertain—and even educate.
The Local Hearts Foundation continued its commitment to helping families in need this weekend by ensuring they can enjoy a traditional holiday meal.
Kerstin Kansteiner is merging her two beloved businesses, Portfolio Coffeehouse and Berlin Bistro, into one with Alder & Sage located at 366 Cherry Ave.
Long Beach Symphony celebrates classic romantic composers Tchaikovsky and Rachmaninoff, juxtaposed with a performance of contemporary Mexican composer Enrico Chapela’s high-flying “Rotor,” this Saturday, Nov. 19, at the Terrace Theater.
Baby Gee is expected to open by the end of the month, serving up nearly two dozen specialty cocktails as well as craft beer, kombucha, fermented ginger beer and more.
The centerpiece of the celebration includes a new 67-foot Christmas Tree, rumored to be even taller than the tree at Disneyland.
These top Thanksgiving side dishes will leave a lasting impression.
Comedy shows, animation shows, holiday shows. Lots of shows to check out this weekend.
The countdown has begun. Check your list and shop local for the holidays this year.
The Patchwork Show Makers Festival features hand-made, one-of-a-kind items from hundreds of artists, crafters and other vendors selected through a jury process.
The festivities kicked off around noon with a presentation of the flag by Lakewood High School’s color guard, followed by the Star-Spangled Banner, an air show and plenty of ’80s rock.