The pair are founders of CSULB’s Center for the History of Video Games and Critical Play.
It features spoken-word artist Shy But Flyy, MAYE Center’s Laura Som, Steven Contreras of Long Beach Collective Association, as well as the Post’s Jeremiah Dobruck and Crystal Niebla.
The Hi-lo team got together to talk about a bunch of things you can do, ranging from movies to haunted houses to Goth nights over the next few days before, during and after Halloween.
We spoke with musicians Tatiana Tate and Scott Griffith, lead singer of Boxcar 7, as well as spoken word artist Philosophy.
So. Many. Questions.
We spoke with Kareiva about the AOP not only being an agent of positive change when it comes to environmental matters, but societal ones as well.
Rabinovitch talked about expectations and the stress it creates and showed ways to lessen its effects by being more mindful of our bodies and breath.
Tank Gonzales goes by many titles ut as of late, these titles seem to matter than the title of coordinator for the World Central Kitchen.
Remeika, who’s had a private practice in Long Beach for 15 years, took viewer questions about trying to find emotional balance during extraordinarily unbalanced times.
Martin Haselbock was supposed to be conducting his orchestra here, all weekend. Instead, he’s home in Vienna, talking with us.