May the cringe be with you.
Popcorn World, an Indiana-based snack shop, dreamed up hundreds of flavors of popcorn. A licensee plans to set up shop in Bixby Knolls this June. Be sure to give the Orange Dreamsicle flavor a try.
Lots of Long Beach culture—and lots of cool drinks—were concentrated in Cal Heights Sunday afternoon.
Artists were encouraged to highlight Long Beach’s diversity, the city’s airport and its aviation history. LGB was founded in 1923 and is the oldest airport in California.
Now that COVID-19 rules have loosened, Ashley Ratcliff and her fundraising team are also gearing up for the next Walk MS at Eldorado Park on April 30.
The mural, which faces an alley outside of the Long Beach Day Nursery and was painted by local artist Daniel Toledo, depicts two children planting the Earth in a well-tended garden. The message, Toledo said, is that children “are the future, and we should take care of our planet now.”
Cambodian culture took over the streets of Long Beach on Sunday in the long-awaited in-person return of the city’s Cambodia Town Parade and Culture Festival.
Hundreds of cars filled the Long Beach Convention Center on Sunday for the 2022 Lowrider Los Angeles Super Show, a showcase of the lowrider community from Long Beach and beyond.
This vendor event takes place on the first Sunday of each month at the MAYE Center on the corner of Anaheim Street and Dawson Avenue. This month, a handful of vendors offered things like papaya salads, Southern food, desserts, sugar cane juice, seafood and soaps.
The airport is now accepting submissions until March 31, and 10 contest winners will also earn $500 honorariums, according to the airport. The contest is open to local artists of all ages and skill levels. Winners will be announced by May 2022.