The city comes alive with brilliant holiday spirit, and for a few days we can put aside the problems faced throughout the year and bask in the glow of joy and celebration.
Making Christmas cookies is way more fun with friends—especially the kind who don’t know what they’re doing.
“It’s like Christmas threw up all over the walls—but in a good way.”
Crowds filled the streets along Second Street at Belmont Shore’s Winter Village Christmas event Saturday evening.
After a successful run last year, The Ordinarie is bringing all the holiday cheer and delicious libations back, to-go.
On Christmas Eve, Tito Rodriguez will give out 4,000 toys and 2,000 other items from his partner Diamond Supply Company.
Ugly Christmas Sweater Speed Dating, Santa Paws, Twisted Christmas and Boozy Pies, these are a few of our favorite things.
In this week’s edition of The 7, we’ll tell you how to make someone else’s—and your—Christmas very special; defend the anti-capitalistic screed that is “It’s a Wonderful Life!” head to the ballet and the concert hall and throw back a few with 50 Santa’s looking to make it a White (Russian) Christmas.
Nic Adams’ company, the Long-Beach based St. Nick’s, specializes in holiday decor—think lights, garlands, trees and more—making a year-round occasion of it. Adams started the company 20 years ago with simple light and tree arrangements, gradually evolving into the company it is today: a high-level holiday decor specialty company that decks out Downtown Disney, Second Street in Belmont Shore and numerous Los Angeles County buildings.
Mayor Robert Garcia will flip the switch on Long Beach’s tallest Christmas tree as part of a free public event sponsored by the City of Long Beach, Long Beach Convention & Entertainment Center/SMG and the Long Beach Convention & Visitors Bureau.