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.
The owners of Sura Korean BBQ read in sadness about the pending closure of Fine Feathers Kombucha and felt the need to help.
The mitred parakeet is a staple of the Long Beach community, with flocks frequently spotted soaring over various neighborhoods. The bright green birds with red faces—and the ruckus they cause—pushed graphic designer Christopher Diaz to launch a new clothing company aptly named Squawk.
Peacock & Co just moved to a brand new space of its own at 306 Cerritos Ave.
“Ever since that post showed up, everyone’s been coming together.”
Ficklewood Ciderworks, a cidery that is the brainchild of Long Beach friends Joe Farrier and Stefan Enjem, is set to open in a portion of the building at 700 E Broadway on the easternmost edge of Downtown.
The Homemade Food Operations Act, launching in 2019, will create a permitting system regulated by the state.
Prescilla Tolentino moved to the U.S. in pursuit of a better life for her family and opened Gemmae Bake Shop in Long Beach in 1993.
Kristin Colazas Delfs officially launched her own business in early April and in a few short months has already begun making quite a name for herself.
The rumor is true: the wait, and oftentimes the line, at The HipPea is long. So although you can’t depend on getting in and out of the joint quickly, you can at least depend on leaving satisfied, with your belly healthfully full of falafel made and served by the owners in their own unique way.