Whether you want to trick or treat, skate or just celebrate, here’s what to do in Long Beach this Halloween.
“It’s about dressing up and getting to live your fantasy about getting to be what you want to be,” one fan of the convention said.
“All of us are eager to gather again and be part of a community, and today’s event was just a grand opportunity to commune again, to be with other animal-loving people,” said organizer Justin Rudd.
Ernie Veloz worked at the Queen Mary and helped set up the Dark Harbor during the anniversary year. And, rather than let the love for Dark Harbor die, he decided to build a replica in his front yard and is inviting everyone to attend.
There’s plenty of fright to be had in Long Beach this Halloween and Día de los Muertos for both kids and adults.
Back by popular demand, we present to you a fresh map of Long Beach to fill with the coolest, spookiest and brightest Halloween displays in Long Beach.
One of four lending libraries that were recently built in the 7th District has been transformed into a mini pumpkin patch on Delta Avenue and 32nd Street.
Voting will take place online Saturday from noon to 7 p.m., with four categories: best overall, scariest, funniest and most creative.
“Hocus Pocus,” is a comedy witch romp starring Bette Midler and Sarah Jessica Parker while “Ghostbusters” is, well, you know what “Ghostbusters” is.
Add your spooky display to our interactive map of Long Beach that will guide locals to the best and spookiest Halloween displays to see from the safety of your car.