Born in Hawaiian Gardens and raised in Long Beach, Bad Azz has worked with names like Snoop Dogg, Tupac and Warren G.
When I became addicted to the bubbly, tart fermented tea that is Kombucha, I needed a way to feed my habit before going broke. That’s where a Long Beach home brewing workshop saved me.
The new library has a lot to offer: space for 300,000 books, a junior art studio and STEM-learning lab, dozens of computers, a makerspace, media production lab, a 3D print shop are just some of the areas visitors were most excited about.
Long Beach has 24 hours to raise $350,000 for local nonprofits on Thursday in the largest collective fundraising campaign in the city’s history.
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.