After collecting hundreds of sleeping bags, socks and food items from local residents last week, Care Closet LBC nonprofit organizers spent three days this week distributing them to homeless encampments and individuals throughout Long Beach.
Each month, for the next year, an artist selected from the Art Council’s artist registry will create a specialty T-shirt for a local non-profit. Profits from the shirts will support both the artist and the non-profit.
“Rod Briggs: Retrospective” will be available for scheduled weekend showings Jan. 16 through Feb. 6.
By donating 100% of the profits from book sales directly to the bar, the photographers hope to help support the live-music mainstay during the COVID-19 pandemic until business can return to normal operations.
The Anti Virals new album “Brainwashed” will be released Jan. 10 via Nadine Records Media.
Wanting to keep their vision for the space alive, Ritson and Sandoval offered the space to Dustin and Emily Lovelis, who have long been a part of the city’s music landscape as musicians, patrons and supporters of the scene.
“I wanted to give people a sense of hope.”
Weighing 6 pounds 13 ounces and measuring 19 inches long, the first 2021 baby born at the MemorialCare Miller Children’s & Women’s Hospital Long Beach was delivered at 4 a.m. on Jan. 1, hospital officials said.
Each blood donation will be tested for COVID-19 antibodies.
There are experts and studies that suggest that, rather engage in a resolution of self-flagellation, you instead strive for betterment by resolving to improve yourself in some manner other than abstinence.
A few places around town that have drinks, and food, ready to serve you this New Year’s Eve.
Nestled just on the outskirts of Retro Row, an area well-known for its independent coffee houses, Coffee Drunk has already hooked a growing number of regulars.
In these videos, we bring you some joyous and uplifting times along with the heartbreaking and touching moments of the year.
The music begins at 9 p.m. on Dec. 31.
For locals, Leaf Over Beef will deliver your meals to your home, free of charge, for a purchase of $25 or more.
The recently established African American Cultural Center in Long Beach will be hosting its second annual Kwanzaa celebration virtually this Tuesday night, featuring a special tribute to cultural leader Sakkara Thomas Anderson, who passed away this fall.