It isn’t her love of pudding that inspires LaTanya Ward to spend 10 hours making 200 containers of pudding—it’s her love and her desire to comfort the people in her community.
Plus, more live music, an ube festival and a cozy Lunar New Year celebration.
The 19th annual Jewish Film Festival returns Jan. 25-Jan. 29 with five world-class films celebrating the best of Jewish filmmaking.
The owner of Let’s Yolk About It, Rebecca Hinderer, brought in chef Hugo Sanchez, who has worked on a variety of cooking competition shows including “Cutthroat Kitchen” and “The Next Food Network Star.”
Even the restaurant’s Japanese name has multiple interpretations—with a different spelling, “yassou” means “hello” in Greek, the eatery’s owner explained.
On Friday, Netflix released its second season of the lighthearted baking competition show, “Bake Squad,” featuring Jamaica Aali, a Long Beach resident and founder of the nonprofit organization Black Everywhere, in one of its episodes.
Female-founded skate and lifestyle magazine, Bigfoot, is a local media company that builds community for marginalized groups within skateboarding. Now, the company is seeking community support to keep its mission alive.
Celebrate the Chinese Lunar New Year, the Hindu festival of Makar Sankranti and more this weekend.
After officially opening in September, Xela Institute of Art, a gallery on Pacific Avenue that displays contemporary art, is preparing for its second exhibition, which opens Jan. 28.
After undergoing a complete makeover, the new restaurant opened as Bebe’s Diner on Jan. 5, replacing the Sizzler that sat vacant at the corner of Long Beach and Del Amo boulevards since the start of the pandemic in 2020.
Sushi Nikkei is now one of just four establishments in Long Beach that is officially recommended by the famed Michelin Guide.
While Friday the 13th may be unlucky for some, it is often the busiest day for tattoo shops, many of which offer specials.
Beans, berries, avocado and greens; foods rich in antioxidants, minerals, and vitamins, give your body plenty of valuable defenses.
Plus, local theater, classical music and artist meetups.
After a two-year hiatus due to the COVID-19 pandemic, the annual Martin Luther King Jr. Parade and Celebration is returning live and in person to Central Long Beach on Jan. 14.
Greg Beck has already gained a following with his Sake Secret pop-up tucked inside Long Beach Beer Lab. This summer, he’ll open LA County’s first stand-alone specialty sake shop and tasting room.
Kontrapunktus will be performing live in Long Beach at Grace First Presbyterian Church Friday, Jan. 13.
The city’s first winery reopened just after Christmas to a historic brick-and-mortar at 149 Linden Ave., about five months after it shuttered its 217 Pine Ave. location.