Frau Fiber’s exhibit at the Huntington Beach Art Center is on view through Saturday, July 6.
The permanent exhibit tells the luxury line’s near 180-year history; influence on immigration and the significant role it played during World Wars I and II.
The Aquarium of the Pacific and Harbor Breeze Cruises, which ferry patrons out to sea to learn about local oceans and the environment, gave the media on Wednesday a chance to see the largest living creatures on the planet: the blue whale.
Bokator grandmaster San Kim Sean, who starred in the film “Surviving Bokator”, demonstrated the martial art in Long Beach on Saturday.
The Central Park Five opens for a three-performance run at the Warner Grand Theatre in San Pedro.
A giant multi-sensory theater is just one of the new exhibits at the long-awaited Pacific Visions expansion at the Aquarium of the Pacific.
On Saturday a small pocket park in the East Village held most of the night’s energy during the first art walk under the Arts Council for Long Beach’s leadership.
“We’ll probably get more than 5,000 people here today,” Neth said. “It’s the biggest Cambodian festival in the country.”
“I love destroying machines. This is as exciting as anything I’ve ever seen.”
On Friday night, Francisco Reyes, Jr. (better known by his art moniker Never Made) announced his collaboration with streetwear brand The Hundreds.