Dollar Stix Filipino Exotic Grill, a new restaurant that opened in December in West Long Beach, aims to stand out from the small bunch of Filipino venues sprinkled across the area with its signature street food.
“When I saw that I was like, ‘OK, this is starting to make sense. We are being targeted.’”
The free event, “De colores: A Black & Brown Conversation,” kicks off at 6 p.m. on Tuesday, Feb. 23.
We all fear the sweeper.
“We hope to bring meaningful opportunities in the marine sciences to African American students and to bring diverse minds to solving the issues facing our planet,” said Anthony Brown, Aquarium of the Pacific CFO and committee lead on the program.
“It’s just so good. We’ve had other burritos and they’re just a waste of time—this has just set the bar so high.”
Yogis of all ages and skill levels are invited to sweat for a cause in support of the Aquarium’s vital education and conservation mission.
“I should be able to debate with you and disagree with you and not be in fear for my life.”
In addition to his collaborations with the Stinc Team, Davis was a prolific solo artist. His breakout 2017 track “If I Go Broke,” was met with acclaim, and in 2018 he was also featured on 03 Greedo’s 2018 album, “The Wolf of Grape Street.”
“Art definitely helped me a lot. Not just with [loss] but with many things in my personal life. Art has always been there for me.”
There is no way for you to win at Valentine’s Day. The best you can hope for is to not screw it up.
On Saturday, Feb. 13 from 2 to 4 p.m., locals can pick up bundles of popcorn, candy and other refreshments, including wine. All of the profits will go to the Art Theatre.
The animation at Edison Theatre in Downtown will be up public display until March 12.
For the next three months locals can visit the artisan chocolate company at Steelcraft eatery in Bixby Knolls.
Movie starts at 6 p.m. Friday, Feb. 12.
The pop-up, which starts at noon and last until supplies run out, was conceived as a way to uplift food and beverage industry workers during the pandemic.
After five days in the hospital with a blood infection, our columnist writes that no statistic or pie chart can communicate the unimaginable of this pandemic, as the hospital patient—with or without COVID-19—is completely alone.