The Halloween Hootenanny — happening Saturday, Oct. 30, at MOLAA — promises to be a fiendish craft beer festival with food, live music, and sinister surprises.
We’re rolling out all of our Haunted Long Beach series videos ahead of Sunday’s debut of our newest edition: A real haunted house in the Los Cerritos neighborhood.
Music, dancing & free festivities take place Saturday, Oct. 30.
Today we’ll revisit the legend of the historic Breakers building in Downtown, which boasted an abandoned tunnel and creepy staircases that once played host to famed celebrities.
There’s plenty of fright to be had in Long Beach this Halloween and Día de los Muertos for both kids and adults.
Magic shows, kid’s crafts, character meet & greets, balloon & caricature artists and more!
Liv’s in Belmont Shore, which opened Sept. 1, sources its seafood from independent boats up and down the coast from Santa Barbara to San Diego.
Dixieland music performed by some members of the Long Beach Municipal Band will be played at the Saturday dedication.
Starting on Nov. 6, Mariscos El Compa Ivan will be renting a slot at Feel Good Salsa, a newly opened shared kitchen in the Hellmann Historic District, on the weekends.
The day-long celebration on Saturday, Dec. 4 will include holiday activities, concessions and live entertainment along the stretch of the Second Street business corridor.
Back by popular demand, we present to you a fresh map of Long Beach to fill with the coolest, spookiest and brightest Halloween displays in Long Beach.
Rock duo Spaghetti & Frank, comprised of the frontmen of the Supersuckers and the Streetwalkin’ Cheetahs, released a video this month filmed at The Good Bar.
Firefighters from all over the state converged in Long Beach this week for three days of comprehensive training on how to play with fire.
Long Beach resident Karole Forman performs in the play and says “Blues in the Night” not only expresses the struggles of Black actors but also shows how music could be an effective coping mechanism.
Movies, music, skating, pop-ups and more.
The program invites any college student in California studying aquarium-related careers to apply.
Just less than a year after opening his first restaurant, Martin Luzanilla is now just days away from opening his second Mexihanas Hibachi Grill in East Long Beach, taking over what was formerly the SideYard Café on Palo Verde Avenue.
The project, “Together We Make Change,” led by Habitat for Humanity of Greater Los Angeles and the Arts Council for Long Beach, features four local artists living or working in Long Beach who are painting five boxes in the Washington neighborhood aimed to inspire local residents to engage in the community.