Agustín Romo opened Casa Chaskis in 2018 in West Long Beach, a Peruvian restaurant influenced by the Andes Mountain region, with dishes such as tallarines verdes (green noodles) and lomo saltados (stir-fried beef).
Andy, an 18-year-old sulcata desert tortoise, broke loose from the backyard of a Los Cerritos home this weekend and made his way about a half mile south to the front yard of an unsuspecting neighbor—stopping traffic along the way.
Wille’s Tin Shop will reopen Tuesday, June 15—the day businesses across California can operate without capacity limits after the COVID-19 pandemic wreaked havoc on daily operations and routines across the state.
Local eateries, urban gardens and farmers offered the community free samples, live music and food education as part of a community tour event in West Long Beach on Sunday.
From the ashes of a fire at Bebot Filipino Soul Kitchen last year emerged four chefs of The Corner Stoop, a Filipino-owned catering business that hosts weekly pop-ups.
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.