Say what? You’ve been ordering pumpkin spice lattés for weeks now? It’s officially that time of year. The Post has five suggestions for you to kick start the first official weekend of fall for 2015, in style.
It’s technically the last weekend of summer. And this time of year, beyond bringing with it shades of orange to the leaves that aren’t of the palm variety, carries a slew of end-of-summer events for all to enjoy in the Long Beach vicinity. Saddle up. It’s time to savor this last session of summahtime goodness.
From dabbling in glow-in-the-dark arts and running, to lightsabers and comic panels, to exploring themes of love and sexuality at the 2015 QFilms Festival, this weekend has a lot in store for Long Beach residents. Here are five ways to spend your weekend.
We’ve got a countdown of events and Labor Day bucket list items on the agenda for you. What better way to spend that last weekend where you’re allowed to wear white?
This weekend’s “Five Things To Do” list is certainly an eclectic one. From shopping to swimming to sandcastle-sculpting, from running, to healing to smoking hookah poolside, we’ve collected an array of events for everyone. So here you go, Long Beach, take advantage of that hard-earned weekend.
Between the oppressive humidity and this week’s power outage sequel, you deserve some fun in Long Beach this weekend. Check out the Post’s five ideas for things to do July 31 to August 2.
If you live downtown or were planning on attending an event in the vicinity, you were most likely forced to change your plans due to the ever-changing power situation.
It’s time to get your weekend on, and the Post knows exactly what you should do. Read on to learn about things to do in Long Beach these next few days.
What a week! …Now what? The Post is here to keep you busy with a social calendar full of Long Beach events.
Tattoos, music, new treasures, cocktails, and more: on this weekend, June 12 to 14, much fun is to be had in Long Beach.