Former Poly High School football star Brian Banks recently returned to the Long Beach theater where he watched movies growing up—this time for a special screening of a film based on his wrongful rape conviction and eventual exoneration.
The film will be widely released Aug. 9.
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The film is scheduled to hit theaters Aug. 9.
The Summer Luvin’ music festival is scheduled to take place this June in Shoreline Village.
Grand Prix attendees got to check out over 100 exotic cars on Sunday.
The five-event series is scheduled to take place over the next five months and will feature multiple organizations, artists and community leaders.
A visioning process for a proposed African American Cultural Center in Long Beach kicked off this week with community members sharing big ideas.
The seventh annual Black History Month event put on by the North Long Beach based Andy Street Community Association will highlight four Caribbean islands at the Expo Arts Center this week.
Hundreds came out for the opening of the artist-organized exhibition “Hello, Welcome” Saturday night in Long Beach.