Each month, for the next year, an artist selected from the Art Council’s artist registry will create a specialty T-shirt for a local non-profit. Profits from the shirts will support both the artist and the non-profit.
For about two decades, Antonio Francisco Gonzales has been in the business of hair, specializing in high-end women’s cuts, color and styling. Originally from Trinidad and Tobago, he studied his craft in the San Fernando Valley in the late ’90s, honed his skills in New York City, took his talents to Miami Beach and finally ended up in Long Beach this year.
On Thursday, Dec. 6, the Smithsonian Institution will announce the creation of its first, permanent gallery space dedicated to telling the story of Latinos in the U.S. The gallery is made possible by a lead gift of $10 million by five Molina siblings from Long Beach.
Help Long Beach local and co-founder of human-I-T win the $25,000 Coors Light Líderes grant to further empower the Latino community with free technology.
The volunteer organization is looking for former members to attend the 1940s-inspired cocktail party, to share stories, photos and memories.
LBS Financial is looking to thank our troops. Starting July 20, the company began collaborating with the nonprofit A Million Thanks to write words of encouragement thanking the troops, all a part of a summer aimed at helping the community through acts of kindness.