Dubbed “Shaqtoberfest,” the event will be narrated by former NBA all-star Shaquille O’Neal and will include six Halloween-themed areas and fun for both families who want trick-or-treating and adults looking for something scarier.
“It feels good to see as many people gathered here today, as far as Black and brown people,” said Shyhiem Holland, one of the performers. “When I come here, it’s people here like me, and I don’t have to worry about my surroundings.”
Artists were encouraged to highlight Long Beach’s diversity, the city’s airport and its aviation history. LGB was founded in 1923 and is the oldest airport in California.
More than three decades after starting to document the Romani people in California, Cristina Salvador Klenz’s book was officially released today, April 5, by Long Beach-based Brown Paper Press.
Cambodian culture took over the streets of Long Beach on Sunday in the long-awaited in-person return of the city’s Cambodia Town Parade and Culture Festival.
After a nearly two-year hiatus, Long Beach Poly is putting on “Shrek: The Musical” at the Andy Osman Auditorium on campus with a run that began Thursday and ends with two performances on Saturday.
Growing up, Julio Salgado questioned whether he would go to college one day and where he would get a job, but his hope for the future never diminished. He was recently tapped to design the cover art for a statewide college handbook for students in the same situation.
In the Long Beach Ballet production, an industry tycoon sees first-hand how his big payday has dire consequences for the ocean.
From flavorful Filipino cuisine to the culture’s well-known character of hospitality and activism, local organizers are on a mission to create an official Filipinotown in Long Beach, with hopes of providing more representation for the city’s largest Asian population.
Becoming too much to handle, the owner and chef of Peruvian restaurant, Casa Chaskis, is looking for volunteers to run his backyard kitchen garden in West Long Beach.