In the video, Oscar Rodriguez—owner of Cantarito Molito’s Grill—is seen fighting back tears saying that he doesn’t want to close his doors and urges people to help out in any way they can.
Just like her salsas, Dina Feldman is mixing in different aspects of the Feel Good Salsa brand to create one simple flavor: community service.
After collecting hundreds of sleeping bags, socks and food items from local residents last week, Care Closet LBC nonprofit organizers spent three days this week distributing them to homeless encampments and individuals throughout Long Beach.
Being a published writer has opened doors for Stanley James II that someone with his background could only dream of opening.
Thunder Studios is breaking the mold in entertainment, proving that start-studded productions don’t just happen in Hollywood anymore.
On Thursdays, the market is located on the intersection of Atlantic Avenue and 46th Street.
To catch the light show, drive to the intersection of Elm Avenue and Adair Street in North Long Beach between 5:30 and 10:30 p.m.
This year’s theme, “The Best of Uptown,” celebrates the unique businesses, landmarks and artists of North Long Beach.
The scene at the outdoor patio of the Uptown Commons complex almost looked like those from a time before the coronavirus: live music, families and “grand opening” signs.