It isn’t her love of pudding that inspires LaTanya Ward to spend 10 hours making 200 containers of pudding—it’s her love and her desire to comfort the people in her community.
Plus, more live music, an ube festival and a cozy Lunar New Year celebration.
The 19th annual Jewish Film Festival returns Jan. 25-Jan. 29 with five world-class films celebrating the best of Jewish filmmaking.
The owner of Let’s Yolk About It, Rebecca Hinderer, brought in chef Hugo Sanchez, who has worked on a variety of cooking competition shows including “Cutthroat Kitchen” and “The Next Food Network Star.”
His joy and pride are lacquered on thick over every second of his latest album, “Forever Him,” which came out on New Year’s Eve.
Long Beach’s Black Restaurant Week returns for the second year beginning Sunday, with nearly double the number of food businesses participating.
Even the restaurant’s Japanese name has multiple interpretations—with a different spelling, “yassou” means “hello” in Greek, the eatery’s owner explained.
On Friday, Netflix released its second season of the lighthearted baking competition show, “Bake Squad,” featuring Jamaica Aali, a Long Beach resident and founder of the nonprofit organization Black Everywhere, in one of its episodes.
Female-founded skate and lifestyle magazine, Bigfoot, is a local media company that builds community for marginalized groups within skateboarding. Now, the company is seeking community support to keep its mission alive.
Celebrate the Chinese Lunar New Year, the Hindu festival of Makar Sankranti and more this weekend.