The animé convention runs through Sunday, Jan. 9 with a host of animé-related programming, fashion shows, live music performances, and even dance battles.
Vicente Fernández and his memory will live on as local musicians perform his songs. The multi-Grammy-winning icon was known globally for performing mariachi songs, a traditional genre of Mexican music.
Crowds filled the streets along Second Street at Belmont Shore’s Winter Village Christmas event Saturday evening.
From boat parades to tree lightings, Christmas events have returned in person. Here are a few that will help you get into the holiday spirit.
The exhibit is free to the public during the following hours on Tuesdays, Wednesdays and Fridays at the African American Cultural Center of Long Beach at the Expo Arts Center in Bixby Knolls.
A popular corridor in West Long Beach is getting bursts of color with 10 painted utility boxes mostly along Santa Fe Avenue between Wardlow Road and Pacific Coast Highway as part of a project to help beautify the area.
During the COVID-19 lockdown of public performances, Preu was a bit hamstrung and stir-crazy. While musicians need to practice daily to keep their chops sharp, a conductor can’t really practice; he doesn’t stand around waving an air-baton.
The first film, which will be screened at 7 p.m. at the Alpert Jewish Community Center of Long Beach at 3801 East Willow Street, is “Mrs. G,” a 2019 documentary about a Holocaust survivor who grew a fortune in the fashion industry.
“All of us are eager to gather again and be part of a community, and today’s event was just a grand opportunity to commune again, to be with other animal-loving people,” said organizer Justin Rudd.