Listen to people thankful for their customers, for volunteers, for veterans, and, most importantly, for their health.
“I’d like to stay but I can’t do it.”
The vending machine now at Black Ring Coffee Roasters contains, instead of snacks or drinks, small artworks and other wares by local artists.
Artists around the world have made more than 70,000 hand medals to give to healthcare workers as a collective “thank you.”
Over the weekend, new signage for Sheldrake Coffee Roasting went up, replacing the Polly’s logo that has graced the Belmont Shore coffeehouse for more than four decades.
The company is known for its locally brewed craft kombucha with its light and delicate flavors such as lavender, jasmine peony and lemongrass oolong.
Part sewing workshop, part snack, all fun.
The pair are founders of CSULB’s Center for the History of Video Games and Critical Play.
All of these are takeout options, most of which have to be ordered in advance.
Twice delayed, the 10,000-square-foot space will be located on the second floor of the retail center.
Donnie Waters was born and raised as a Mexican American in Long Beach, and aside from the obvious get-that-bag goal, his greatest intentions with his music is to inspire and, in a way, console other people with unavoidable traumas that spawn from poverty, “race wars,” death or obstacles of an immigrant life.
The events take place at Revive Church and Light & Life Church.
Part performance, part travelogue, it will air Nov. 19 and 20 at 7 p.m.
A council item recommends a one-time Artists Fund be established to provide “$500 direct or other financial support for a period of six months.”
What’s fun about this particular encounter is how hands-on it is.
Rorri Burton is also the founder of Pro Bono ASL, which bills itself as a diverse group of deaf and hearing, LGBTQ and trilingual American Sign Language interpreters providing both paid professional and volunteer interpreters in person and virtually.