In just a few weeks, the sixth annual Dine LBC Long Beach Restaurant Week kicks off — running August 3rd through 11th.
On Thursday, May 16, the public will have an advance opportunity to experience the Aquarium of the Pacific’s new Pacific Visions wing.
LAWineFest has celebrated education and learning about all things wine for the last 14 years, and this year it continues the educational tradition by supporting the Long Beach Library Foundation as it makes its return to Long Beach June 1 and 2.
Research has shown that rich, varied and colorful landscapes have multiple positive effects on humans, such as faster healing, improved attentiveness, gratitude, calm and a general sense of well-being.
Everyone loves to give and receive this time of year, and it’s especially exciting to give and receive something personal, practical, unique—or all of those rolled into one.
On the heels of Thanksgiving, Black Friday, Shop Small Saturday and Cyber Monday, #GivingTuesday kicks off the season of giving worldwide.
While most schools and businesses observe the Veteran’s Day holiday by taking the day off, Lakewood Christian Schools (LCS) in Long Beach, CA, takes a different approach by hosting an annual Veteran’s Day Service.
The Long Beach Ballet continues its annual holiday tradition, for the 36th year this December, of presenting The Nutcracker at the Terrace Theater at the Long Beach Convention & Entertainment Center for seven performances from December 15 to 23.
The average adult tongue has 2,000 to 4,000 taste buds. Multiply that by several thousand and you’ll realize that there will be a forest of tongue in attendance at Josh Fischel’s Music Tastes Good this weekend.
Included on the menu at next weekend’s Music Tastes Good festival are a chef and a band who have paid their dues and done their homework in Long Beach.