More than 500 dogs and their owners were on hand for the 19th annual event in Marina Vista Park on Sunday.
Halloween is just days away, and whether you’ve got young kids or want to have adult-oriented fun, we’ve got you covered.
These five artists are not afraid to dip into the darker side of life to create incredibly intricate, vibrant and sometimes humorously spooky works of art.
Halloween and Dia de los Muertos are still several weeks away but it’s never too early to get in the mood and celebrate in Long Beach.
Hallow’s Eve is here—the only day in the year where it is socially acceptable to embrace alter egos and dress up as favorite real or fictional characters. Here are five Halloween celebrations for anyone still looking for last minute plans beyond the usual neighborhood trick-or-treat.
On October 31, more than 15 businesses will join forces to host Trick or Treat Broadway, a family-friendly daytime event on Broadway.
With just under two weeks left until Halloween, make sure to check out one of the many scary—and not-so scary— events still available in Long Beach that are sure to keep you in the holiday spirit.
As you walk up to the area, with a clown’s face looming over disguised as an entrance, it’s easy to forget you’re in an East Long Beach neighborhood. Instead, you’re at a makeshift haunted maze, but this isn’t your typical neighborhood haunt. Oh, no. The Allens have taken it much further.
Long Beach was ranked as the 11th best city for celebrating Halloween, so throw on your masks and get ready for a holiday you’ll never forget.
Halloween being on a Friday this year is already enough reason to party, but Long Beach is doing its part to make sure the spooky holiday is celebrated throughout the month.