While parks have been open to the public before going orange, this Easter Sunday seemed like any other: filled with cookouts and frolicking children in search for eggs.
If you’re a Justin Bieber fan who knows Long Beach, you might have recognized a few locations in the pop superstar’s recent music video, “Hold On.”
Rigoberto Ramirez Jr. said he can no longer run the business because he will be caring for his mother, who is still suffering after-effects from COVID-19.
El nuevo distrito, llamado El Mercado de Long Beach, sería ser un espacio que también podría ayudar a los latinos a recuperarse del impacto devastador de la pandemia de coronavirus, ya que los datos muestran que este grupo fue particularmente afectado.
Roy Choi, the co-owner, co-founder, and chef of Kogi BBQ, said that this event is just one of many ways where his business has been giving back to communities in need.
Dollar Stix Filipino Exotic Grill, a new restaurant that opened in December in West Long Beach, aims to stand out from the small bunch of Filipino venues sprinkled across the area with its signature street food.
The free event, “De colores: A Black & Brown Conversation,” kicks off at 6 p.m. on Tuesday, Feb. 23.
Within a week of the incident, Betancourt with help from a local artist produced new t-shirts that read “Defend Street Vendors” and “Love of the Streets” in Spanish, and is using the money from the sales to donate to street vendors in need.
Anyone looking for a way to celebrate Black History Month can hop on a virtual event filled with a virtual museum, performances form local artists and musicians, a coffee chat roundtable and more starting Friday morning.
Using every day household products like nails and hair rollers, a team of urban planners are hoping to engage residents ahead of a city zoning update. The next workshop is Thursday.