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.
The Molina siblings—Mario, Martha, Josephine, Janet and John—each chipped in $2 million to launch the drive to open the gallery.
The warm Sunday evening was clear and gave local viewers a long and perfect opportunity to witness the celestial phenomenon.
The chef’s big breakthrough came when he and his longtime girlfriend Vanessa Auclair, operations manager for Roe and Panxa, debuted Roe Fish Market in 2012.
“It was fun while it lasted,” said owner Chris Krajacic, who brought the seafood restaurant to town in 2012.
Increasing your awareness of the dangers facing Earth, most importantly those caused by climate change, is one key way to acknowledge, if not celebrate, Earth Day 2022.
Why bother to live next to the world’s largest ocean if you’re not going to enjoy it? Here are five restaurants with a waterfront view to enjoy along with your omelets and mimosas.