The program invites any college student in California studying aquarium-related careers to apply.
Just less than a year after opening his first restaurant, Martin Luzanilla is now just days away from opening his second Mexihanas Hibachi Grill in East Long Beach, taking over what was formerly the SideYard Café on Palo Verde Avenue.
The project, “Together We Make Change,” led by Habitat for Humanity of Greater Los Angeles and the Arts Council for Long Beach, features four local artists living or working in Long Beach who are painting five boxes in the Washington neighborhood aimed to inspire local residents to engage in the community.
The Long Beach Solita will be the biggest incarnation of the chain, moving into the cavernous Rock Bottom site of more than 9,000 square feet, with seating for more than 300 customers.
Solita offers Mexican street tacos, classic Mexican dishes, sweets and a wide selection of mezcal and tequila. The restaurant pulls inspiration from Baja California’s laid-back casual style with fire pits, open bars and outdoor dining.
This one-of-a-kind living history event provides an amazing opportunity to remember the lesser-known and well-known figures in Long Beach history.
All you can drink. Need we say more?
Whether it’s in-person or virtual, the Playhouse, established in 1929, aims to balance its seasons with a variety of comedies, dramas, classics, and contemporary work.
There are banana pudding pies, cakes, cupcakes, popsicles, sandwiches, even tacos.
Movies, books, film, dining and drinking this weekend.