We’re not cutting any corners with this one.
Some great causes, some great music and a great resource to find some great lights.
While an influx of Democrats will be roaming the streets of Downtown, head elsewhere for non-political happenings throughout Long Beach.
Now—this weekend—would probably be a good time for all of us to be good to ourselves, not to mention each other.
John Makemson, a firefighter known as “Smokey” who died of natural causes in 1988, has never quite left the building.
Four of the events in this week’s “The 7” are absolutely free, the others are of a one-off, one-time nature as to be worth what they’re asking for in lucre.
In today’s installment of Haunted Long Beach, we take you aboard the Queen Mary, long-known for its ghosts and spirits.
From headless roller-coaster riders to doomed brides, Long Beach has a long history of gruesome tales. In the spirit of Halloween, the Long Beach Post has compiled a series of videos looking at the city’s scariest stories.
In today’s installment of Haunted Long Beach, we take a stroll through the creepy hallways and basement of the Breakers Hotel in Downtown Long Beach, one of the most storied venues in town.
In today’s installment of Haunted Long Beach, we take a drive through Sunnyside Cemetery, recounting the tales of a bride who was killed four days before her wedding, a roller-coaster rider who was a bit too chivalrous.