Though Eta has affected more than 2.5 million people from Panama to Belize, the impact has been most severe in Guatemala, Nicaragua and Honduras.
A paperwork glitch—or an oopsie, as co-founder Pam Leslie cat-ladylikely put it—has postponed the city’s first brick-and-mortar cat cafe, called Feline Good Social Club for at least 28 days.
Local entrepreneur and creator of the city’s only food tour company, Layla Ali-Ahmad, is currently undergoing treatment for stage four breast cancer.
Walk MS: Long Beach is expected to draw an estimated 2,500 people to El Dorado Park North on Saturday, April 14 with the goal of raising funds to help those affected with MS, Walk MS announced.
Long Beach local jazz legend Helen Borgers passed away Sunday after being hospitalized for nine weeks due to deteriorating health issues. She was 60.
Long Beach State Men’s Basketball will play against CSU Bakersfield at the Walter Pyramid on Monday, October 30, with all proceeds from the game to go toward supporting relief efforts for the California fires this past month.
In support of the Beer to the Rescue campaign, benefiting the Lupus Foundation of Southern California, The Factory Gastrobar will host a special event and providing a rare opportunity for attendees to get their hands on an Imperial White IPA Collaboration with Costa Mesa-based Barley Forge Brewing Co. and San Diego-based Aztec Brewery.
The 55th annual Auxiliary Fashion Show will feature designs from Sue Wong and Lourdes Chavez in an attempt to raise $125,000 for pediatric patients at Miller Children’s and Women’s Hospital Long Beach.
It started out as a sore back. But, because 7-year-old Abigail Jones had spent the previous day frolicking in a family member’s pool at a July 4th celebration, Mike and Mollie Jones chalked it up to overexertion.
Long Beach residents have the chance to help children in need while having fun this weekend as ChildNet, an organization supporting at-risk youth, will host its first Family Festival Fundraiser this Sunday.