What to even say about water? It covers 71% of the Earth’s surface, it takes up 60% of our bodies, it’s 95% of your favorite beer and it can be beautiful.
Wille’s Tin Shop will reopen Tuesday, June 15—the day businesses across California can operate without capacity limits after the COVID-19 pandemic wreaked havoc on daily operations and routines across the state.
Rose Park has taken over what was formerly Cuppa Cuppa in the historic Cooper Arms Building on 455 E. Ocean Blvd.
In Long Beach, at least 4 different indoor plant shops have opened up within the last year.
The organizer says far too often, expressing a mental need in the Black community results in “being weak or, you know, you’re just not strong-willed of a person to endure certain situations. And it’s not necessarily that. It’s just some people handle situations differently than others.”
This weekend we’ve got music you can wine and dine to. Plus, a sunset movie screening outdoors, a beach cleanup, a 1920s themed costume party and art gallery and more.
The concession stands at Mother’s Beach, Bayshore Beach and Junipero Beach all had contracts approved by the council Tuesday night with Louisiana Charlie’s, Grill ‘em All and Saltwater Deck winning the contracts at those respective locations.
“The idea is we’re coming together to heal the community through public interactive art,” Cassandra Leeman, regional director of POW! WOW! Long Beach said. “We felt like more than any other year, this year really needed a theme of bringing the community together.”
The new plant shop in Bluff Park opened for business May 30.
The free 9 p.m. show will take place in Queensway Bay, with scenic viewing points throughout the area, such as Lions Lighthouse for Sight, Shoreline Village, Rainbow harbor, Marina Green and the Long Beach Convention & Entertainment Center parking lot.