“This mural can remind people that aging is beautiful, it’s full of dignity and can be a really great thing.”
You can watch the tree lighting ceremony, live, starting at 7:30 p.m. on LBTV and on any of the city of Long Beach’s official social media platforms.
The Belmont Shore Virtual Holiday Homebound Parade contest kicks off Dec. 1, with the top three judged winners announced on Christmas.
This year, a virtual walk, to be taken on one’s own time any day throughout the week, will start at Harvey Milk Park and end Lions Lighthouse.
Local organizations and nonprofits are accepting toy donations and other gifts for their annual drives.
The mural site, located between Admiral Kidd Park and Cabrillo High School, will feature geometric shapes celebrating landmarks in Long Beach in vibrant, warm, and engaging colors.
The bar concocted nine holiday-themed cocktails including ‘Smoked Turkey Dinner Slushee.’ And yes, this is real.
“Faith” premiere’s Friday, Nov. 27 across a number of streaming platforms including Amazon Prime.
Unlike the restaurant-to-store conversions that happened in March, restaurateurs are now focusing on specialty items like fresh pasta and imported treats.
This marks the first year that Isaac Salgado, board member of Willmore City Heritage Association (WHCA), and a former executive chef who now runs his own local business, Rug’it Cleaning, has created two villages.