The Long Beach Airport’s Festival of Flight will return to the city after a COVID-19 hiatus, with aircraft and automobile displays, live music, giveaways, food and beer trucks and helicopter rides for purchase.
Anyone looking for a way to celebrate Black History Month can hop on a virtual event filled with a virtual museum, performances form local artists and musicians, a coffee chat roundtable and more starting Friday morning.
Online activities will take place May 29-30 and feature livestreams on everything from “Quarantini” cocktail demonstrations to culinary classes.
Jenn Linn, who founded House of Broken Cookies, focuses on “cats that need extra,” as she puts it.
For Long Beach business owner and cultural guru Julia Huang, her all-day speakers’ event this upcoming Wednesday is the culmination of a decade-plus worth of work that started in 2006.
American Craft Beer Week (ACBW) started in 2006 with 124 breweries across the countries hosting events that catered to the growing craft brew culture. That growth was proved come last year, where 1,269 events celebrated ACBW across all 50 states in the country—and this year is proving no exception to that growth, even here in Long Beach, where multiple locations are hosting events beginning today.
Have you ever seen a giant beer barrel on wheels? How about one that flips down its staves to reveal bar taps and rolls around the country setting up in front of beer bars and at other special events? Deschutes Brewery has one and it’s coming to Long Beach this week.