VIP Records is petitioning to preserve its iconic sign as a historical landmark and open the World-Famous VIP Museum and Creative Arts and Technology Center.
The Arts Council for Long Beach hosted a public meeting about finding solutions toward obtaining creative spaces on Monday at the Gina M. Woodruff Gallery.
Artists educated in fine arts are able to transform texture and dimension, skillfully portraying what they see and what they imagine. Tattoo artists who know these tricks can produce these powerful visual effects on skin.
4th & Olive, located in the East Village District of Long Beach, announced that the locally lauded restaurant will now serve brunch on Saturdays and Sundays.
The Queen Mary’s new monthly Local Band Hangout continues for its second event at the Observation Bar on Thursday, February 16 at 7:00PM.
The fourth annual Black History Month Project will put a focus on African American business and culture through its upcoming three-day celebration, “Black Economics: Yesterday, Today and Tomorrow,” which begins February 2 in the Expo Arts Center in Bixby Knolls.