Ten tacos vendors will be on-site with drinks and live entertainment.
The bi-weekly podcast titled “In My Backyard” is led by the nonprofit’s CEO, Patricia Costales, who will speak with experts about causes of emotional distress in children and how to address them in a healthy, safe way.
The city is looking for individuals or teams of all skill levels to create AR applications that highlight Downtown. Finalists will compete for $14,000 in cash prizes.
Broadway Video has been a cinephile haven since 1998.
The works that were selected touch on a number of ecological concepts, including air and water pollution, the use of renewable energy and the effects of climate change.
Dexter used locations all over Long Beach in its previous run, but a new setting means beachside filming is mostly out of the questions.
Two murals, a lavender-dominant floral display, and a green-dominant piece showing a woman with a flower and butterfly have been proposed to be painted on the Lift dispensary located at the corner of Fourth Street and Temple Avenue.
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This weekend is all about Mom, likely because she won’t let you forget, as such we’ve got brunch, some live music and a painting class to check out.
For the first-time business owner and proprietor of Pop’s Java, his new shop is more than just coffee, it’s a symbol of his love and admiration for his dad.
Many owners feared for the survival of their businesses, not just for their own livelihoods, but for the sake of the gay community, which has historically found sanctuary and community inside their establishments.
Just how big the event will be still depends on the state of the pandemic locally and what restrictions are in place on July 3.
The series, “Bridging Wellness” will run through the month and features educational events and activities such as painting, drawing and letter writing that encourage wellbeing and personal healing.
To narrow down the choices for you and speed up the process to getting to some tacos, here’s a list of some Long Beach restaurants to visit to celebrate Cinco de Mayo.
Events such as story times, book discussions and cultural programs will celebrate and uplift many Asian American and Pacific Islander stories, voices and experiences that are a crucial part of the cultural landscape in Long Beach.
May is National Bike Month, and to celebrate, Long Beach is offering virtual and in-person activities for all types of “spokes” people.
Selecting flavors is a family affair: “My daughter likes dragonfruit and she also likes lavender so we have a lavender-rose doughnut and the color is dragonfruit.”
The hour-long broadcast Friday at 2 p.m. will mostly feature original music by the Able ARTS Work students, and an interview with local folk musician Katie Jo.