Starting at a mere $35, parents can bring their children to Long Beach Terrace Theater for a 90-minute “fully immersive concert experience” of a viral song that drove them crazy just a few months ago: Baby Shark.
House, apartment, dwelling, box, whatever you want to call it-hunting has seeped into every part of my life.
For some vendors at the Grand Prix, they’re there to give you some free swag in exchange for just a bit of your personal information: give them your email, spin the wheel, get a prize.
The internet told me it was impossible and I was silly for trying.
The idea is this: a cafe takes in a certain number of rescue cats and patrons come and play with or just be around them, either socializing the cats to further their adopt-ability or falling in love and adopting the cat themselves.
The Khmer Arts Academy has created a program called Roots and Shoots that allows students to choreograph their own dances using more modern music and the ancient Cambodian dance gestures.
The 31st annual MLK parade had 89 entries. including schools, politicians and clubs that took a mile-long route to the park named after the civil rights leader.
Students and teachers demonstrated almost every part of classical Cambodian dancing, starting with showing the painstaking process of putting on the heavy Mokot Apsara, or Apsara crown, by tying it on to the head.
The yearly winter wonderland known as CHILL has been iced out this year in favor of a more lowkey event: Queen Mary Christmas.
The Belmont Shore sidewalk chalk art contest drew a big crowd Saturday as artists used poster board and chalk as their medium and the sidewalk as their easel.