The rink is scheduled to open September 18 and will include a skate rental booth and kiosk for skates, accessories and merchandise currently underway.
Across Long Beach, museums have reopened their doors to visitors, dance crews are rehearsing and actors are returning to the stage. As the arts return after a year of pandemic restrictions, so does millions in auxiliary spending, from ticket sales to dinner reservations.
Ylenia Mino’s company, Paint for a Purpose, offers painting classes for corporate and private clients—hosting as many as 200 people per event—that range from team building exercises to birthday parties.
Bundts on Melrose has always been a labor of love for Jeff Beasley. Short on staff and rich in orders, he’s now had to step into the kitchen again himself.
Cookies, gummies, brownies—edible THC products have been a staple among cannabis consumers since long before the drug was fully legalized in California in 2016. But as of late, a less well-known form of consuming cannabis has taken hold: THC-infused drinks.
Over the past seven years, Golden has developed over 30 fillings for her rolls, of which she makes and sells two to three dozen per week, taking orders via phone or social media.
Shiquita Sargent is as confident as they come—and with good reason. The 35-year-old has overcome a number of obstacles in her young life. At her dance studio, Gravity Dance Company in Bixby Knolls, Sargent aims to teach her students the same grit, perseverance and love for dance that has carried her through tough times.
Unlike the restaurant-to-store conversions that happened in March, restaurateurs are now focusing on specialty items like fresh pasta and imported treats.
“I’d like to stay but I can’t do it.”
While seeing more Monarchs may seem like a good thing, their increased year-round presence is a point of concern for butterfly experts.