The Belmont Shore Virtual Holiday Homebound Parade contest kicks off Dec. 1, with the top three judged winners announced on Christmas.
This year, a virtual walk, to be taken on one’s own time any day throughout the week, will start at Harvey Milk Park and end Lions Lighthouse.
This marks the first year that Isaac Salgado, board member of Willmore City Heritage Association (WHCA), and a former executive chef who now runs his own local business, Rug’it Cleaning, has created two villages.
The vending machine now at Black Ring Coffee Roasters contains, instead of snacks or drinks, small artworks and other wares by local artists.
Artists around the world have made more than 70,000 hand medals to give to healthcare workers as a collective “thank you.”
All of these are takeout options, most of which have to be ordered in advance.
A council item recommends a one-time Artists Fund be established to provide “$500 direct or other financial support for a period of six months.”
From CSULB Dance, Fall Dance Festival 2020 will take place virtually on Friday, Nov. 13 and Nov. 20.
Though Eta has affected more than 2.5 million people from Panama to Belize, the impact has been most severe in Guatemala, Nicaragua and Honduras.
Able ARTS Work announced that “Can’t Stop the Beat,” an art exhibition where students collaborated on artworks on instruments, will open this Saturday, Nov. 7.