Tyler Lee, owner of Do Good Donuts & Treats, announced that Sunday, January 6 would be the last day the shop will be open for business.
The film documents their training and eventual trips to Africa and Italy where runners took part in international running competitions including the Rome marathon
The site for the proposed center has yet to be determined but a few members of the public suggested that the old North Branch Library, which currently serves as a temporary winter shelter, should be a contender.
Local artist, Senay Kenfe, started his own GoFundMe page with the simple goal of raising enough money to allow 50 kids from Central Long Beach to go to a showing of the movie for free. When he hit his initial goal he upped it to 100. Just days into his campaign, and with money trickling in, he said the time has come to be aggressive. He wants to hit 500.
It’s been a year of big announcements for Long Beach ska-punk royalty Sublime. In March it teamed up with AleSmith Brewing Co. on a Mexican lager to celebrate the 25th anniversary of the band’s release of 40oz To Freedom, and today Sublime announced it’s teaming up with a two-time Oscar winning director on a documentary project.
Live release numbers for the Long Beach Animal Care Services Bureau (ACS) have continued to increase, according to a mid-year report released by the Department of Parks, Recreation and Marine Thursday morning.
In his new film, Brewmance, Christo Brock, director and writer of the 2014 film Touch the Wall, hopes to capture the essence of home brewing and the journey three men are making in taking their production sites out of their homes to full-scale production breweries.
President Donald J. Trump steadied his Twitter crosshairs on one of Long Beach’s most famous exports Wednesday morning as he unleashed an early morning response to a new Snoop Dogg music video that shows the rapper shooting a clown—one with a striking resemblance to the president—with a fake gun.
Ernesto Rocha and Abril Harris have been friends since middle school. They both ended up going into the field of social work and both have compelling stories that helped shape who they are. However, it was the inability for Rocha to share his story at a much more prominent storytelling platform that led to the duo forming a new monthly series in Long Beach.
A proposed program that would use a fee assessed on new public capital improvement projects to finance investments in the arts was explored by the Long Beach City Council last night, resulting in the unanimous approval of city staff crafting legislation that could be in place as early as Spring 2017.