The deal is being offered at all three major Long Beach theaters for all movies, all showtimes and all formats.
After 32 consecutive years at Rainbow Lagoon Park, the popular jazz festival was forced to take a hiatus due to COVID-19, but returned this year.
Through the organization’s Adopt an Animal program, people who donate $100 can suggest a name for consideration by aquarium staff.
The space will open Friday as a tasting room for Beachwood beers with gin, vodka and rum production expected to begin early next year.
Almost two and a half years after it was announced, Ruth’s Chris Steak House is now open and serving up its sizzling beef fare in Downtown Long Beach.
Our July edition of Extra Frames features images showcasing playful dolphins, gondola rides, water sports and more.
Tickets are on sale now for the three-day music festival that runs Aug. 12-14 at Rainbow Lagoon Park in Downtown.
The first of the two-day event, put on by Insomniac, featured 18 acts, including Bob Moses, MK, Meduza, Mark Knight and more.
The 8-foot-4-inch-long, 170-pound sand tiger shark, who has lived at the Aquarium since 2001, died Sunday at 24 years old.
Fittingly, the Container Café will be outside the Port of Long Beach’s headquarters, where it will start serving snacks and drinks sometime next year.