If you want to enjoy the World Cup matches as they’re meant to be enjoyed, in a wild, celebratory setting, sitting amid the madness of crowds, you need to go where those crowds go.
After being canceled or scaled back because of the pandemic, Long Beach’s Veterans Day celebration is finally back in full force—although it won’t have a parade this year.
The Bembridge House had its own tragedy that feeds eerily into the idea that it could indeed be haunted.
A glance at the two-story house, standing alone in a dirt lot, disheveled and strangely barricaded against sunlight and any other hint of joyful nature, is enough to tell you it’s a haunted house.
Today your dog might expect a little more than the usual overly generous amount of fawning and attention.
Solita is taking Rock Bottom Brewery’s place on the most visible intersection in town on the northwest corner of Ocean and Pine, the historic crossroads of the city.
The local Independence Day Eve party, Big Bang on the Bay, will light up the skies of Alamitos Bay, Naples and the Peninsula once again on Sunday, July 3.
Crews have been around town since April at various locations, including Casa Oceana, the longtime home of the late Bob and Audrey Langslet, which dominates the bluff west of the Belmont Pier.
The sun will rise (we’re assuming) at 5:43 a.m. on Tuesday and shine relentlessly until 8:07 p.m. That’s a 14 hour and 24 minute blast of sunshine, a full four and a half hours longer than the winter solstice.
The upscale South of Nick’s currently has beach area locations in San Clemente and Laguna Beach. Long Beach will also join those two cities in having both a South of Nick’s and the more traditional Nick’s.