The stretch of Pine Avenue will be closed 24 hours a day, seven days a week for the foreseeable future starting at noon on Aug. 14, according to a Friday evening press release from the Downtown Long Beach Alliance.
How does a business allow members to escape the monotony of their homes but also assure their safety while working in a shared space?
Already battered by the coronavirus pandemic, Long Beach restaurants are asking the City Council to extend a break on licensing and inspection fees to help keep them afloat.
After Seabirds mysteriously shuttered from late June into August, questions swirled about whether the vegan staple was going to survive the pandemic.
One of the nation’s largest restaurant chains, California Pizza Kitchen or commonly known as CPK, filed for bankruptcy yesterday—leaving many to wonder of the fate of its 250 locations worldwide, including the one here in Long Beach.
“At this point, I’d be surprised if 50% of us survive this thing.”
But the deadline to register is Friday (July 31) at noon.
“I think we’re arguably better suited for staying open than maybe anybody.”
Play Nice LBC, participating in the L.A. Community Fridges initiative, has received an overwhelming amount of donations since they set up the fridge days ago.
The tournament, put on by the Association of Volleyball Professionals (AVP) will be held July 18-19, July 25-26 and August 1-2—will attract top talent and a national television audience.