From planting flowers to chopping potatoes, the nonprofit community garden Adventures to Dreams is trying to enrich the lives of kids ages 4 to 14.
West Long Beach’s Little Manila is a part of town that bursts with life inside loquacious restaurants and a few local parks, where children play beyond dull and dusty apartment buildings and storefronts.
Cuando María Teresa Salazar fundó su restaurante en Long Beach, combinó las diferentes nacionalidades de su familia en casi todos los aspectos, desde la comida hasta el color de la pintura en las paredes y el tipo de música que toca durante las noches de karaoke.
When Maria Teresa Salazar founded La Ceiba in Long Beach, she was inclusive of the different nationalities of her family in nearly every aspect, from the food, to the color of the paint on the walls to the type of music that played during karaoke nights.
The event will be live-streamed on Cambodia Town Inc. website and social media platforms starting Sunday, Sept. 27 at 10 a.m.
The banners were placed on streets including Santa Fe Avenue, Willow Street as well as outside the Long Beach Unified School District offices.
“Before and After Detention” is one of 49 films featured in the Long Beach QFilm Festival this week from Sept. 10-13.
Rita Marmolejo treats women with addictions at the American Indian Changing Spirits Recovery Program at Century Villages at Cabrillo in West Long Beach.
On Monday, an entourage of supporters surprise-delivered it to Nuñez at his home in North Long Beach.
Several organizations are offering internships in the arts or scholarships to students this summer.