Wilson High’s prom would have been at the Santa Anita Race Track on Saturday, May 30, so the school’s activities team is salvaging the age-old tradition of crowning a king and queen this year, just not in person.
Applications will be received on a rolling basis until funds are exhausted.
More than 100 artists will have pieces in Long Beach and throughout Los Angeles County for viewers to find.
Ten Long Beach artists were given $1,500 each to create original works of art.
Catch Long Beach Opera’s live videos featuring performers and staff on a weekly basis through Friday, June 26.
“We’ll touch on the places in Long Beach that are reopening for cycling, give guidance about wearing masks and what kind of distances you need to keep on a bike,” said Pedal Movement’s marking manager and Saturday’s instructor, Aaron Rickel.
An iconic staple of the community the past 38 years, Gondola Getaway is sending gondoliers into the canals despite being closed, to sing to the neighborhood.
“How You Be?” with local band Asi Fui is a series of weekday conversations with artists coping with new circumstances under COVID.
Bike shops in Long Beach are seeing an influx of new customers as people spend more time outside.
Instead of its signature event, which typically raises more than $100,000 in one go, the organization has had to pivot to a safer-at-home style alternative.