About 30 people gathered for Glow Roll 2022, a rollerskating event in Alamitos Beach where the public was invited to dress up in bright colors and “take back the night.”
The animé convention runs through Sunday, Jan. 9 with a host of animé-related programming, fashion shows, live music performances, and even dance battles.
While hundreds attended parties with paid admission, such as the “block party” at the event’s host Boathouse at the Bay on Saturday, thousands of others lined the local beaches and streets or cruised along the water in their own watercraft for a free view of the pyrotechnics after the sun set on a warm and pleasant July 3.
Steilen was on set as the roller skate expert, helping Margot Robbie learn to skate, as well as collaborating with the stunt team on fight scenes.
The Hmong New Year celebration at El Dorado Park
Long Beach’s original roller derby squad reunited at Bayshore Roller Rink for their first scrimmage in 10 years.
Walking along Second Street in Belmont Shore today pedestrians found themselves interacting with artists and their art pieces as they finished their creations
From Psycadella Facade to Jewels, Hamburger Mary’s on a Sunday evening was expectedly teeming with the best in drag, but also… perhaps less expectedly, singers from Long Beach Opera.
The festival offered options to attend all-ages venues and even free trolley rides for those wanting to make their way in between venues without having to walk or drive.
The shop, owned by Jo Manny since 1973, showcases the history of lowrider culture and his own family’s creations.