Make your holidays local this year with some of these gifts that are born and raised in Long Beach or at least inspired by our city.
In celebration of the upcoming holidays, Intertrend created the living room scene from the poem “Twas the Night Before Christmas.”
Community leaders in the Washington neighborhood will be hosting a virtual holiday celebration on Friday and a parade-style car caravan, featuring Santa Claus, on Saturday.
“We are all going to work together to bring peace, harmony, solidarity, hope, love to our community, which we are sorely needing.”
37th Annual Belmont Shore Parade went off without a hitch as the rain stayed away and crowds flooded 2nd Street for the event.
From sweet to savory, Southern to northwestern, here are four restaurants and bakeries doing handmade pie the right way.
A massive piece of sweet culinary art spans between several tables at Pumpd Nutrition SoCal in downtown Long Beach.
Master Gingerbread House Maker Isaac Salgado has done it again. And by “it,” we mean spending nearly 300 hours carefully creating and constructing very possibly the largest gingerbread village you’ll see in Long Beach this holiday season.
Hundreds of families will have a happier Christmas, thanks to Better Balance for Long Beach (BBLB), the Long Beach Convention & Visitors Bureau, the Long Beach Neighborhood Foundation and volunteers who will set up the One Day Christmas Store – Shopping with Dignity in the Seaside Rooms at the Convention Center.
Take a break from the stress of the holidays and treat yourself to Christmas Eve or New Year’s Eve dinner at Michael’s on Naples Ristorante or Chianina Steakhouse (or both).