Vicente Fernández and his memory will live on as local musicians perform his songs. The multi-Grammy-winning icon was known globally for performing mariachi songs, a traditional genre of Mexican music.
The free event, “De colores: A Black & Brown Conversation,” kicks off at 6 p.m. on Tuesday, Feb. 23.
“Pailaw: Parol Parade for Human Rights,” takes place via Zoom from 5 to 6:30 p.m. on Saturday.
For folks who can’t make their own just yet, completed alebrijes are available for purchase all week.
On Saturday, June 6, hear from some of the world’s most creative creatives, from street artist David Choe to Top Chef winner Kristen Kish.
A parody of the famed Monopoly game, Long Beach-opoly lets you fight to “own” everything from VIP Records to Shoreline Village.
From the Tiki Festival in Belmont Shore to the Art Deco Festival at the Queen Mary, there’s plenty of fun and entertaining things to do and see this weekend.