Listen to people thankful for their customers, for volunteers, for veterans, and, most importantly, for their health.
Long Beach has been trying for years to bring more people to Pine Avenue. Finally efforts have paid off—unfortunately, however, it’s happening in the midst of a pandemic.
Each year the Long Beach Post explores the city’s most haunted places, from Sunnyside Cemetery to Long Beach’s storied Fire Station 12, in a series of videos leading up to Halloween.
The city is launching a new food security program that will “benefit a broad segment of the community and has the potential to serve approximately 100,000 individuals, while remaining cost-effective.”
Coming-of-age tale “Gossamer Folds” and documentary “Ahead of the Curve” led the list of winners at the 27th annual QFilms festival.
Twilight Cinema begins taking reservations at 9 a.m., one week before each individual screening.
The stretch of Pine Avenue will be closed 24 hours a day, seven days a week for the foreseeable future starting at noon on Aug. 14, according to a Friday evening press release from the Downtown Long Beach Alliance.
Grant funding comes from RuMBA Foundation of Long Beach.
To keep kids and teens entertained this summer, the Long Beach Public Library service is hosting a wide array of online programs from video-game programming to podcast shows.
Before looters and vandals stole the spotlight, community members were joined by visitors to the city to share one message: Black lives matter.