International City Theater closes its fall season with the ambitious “Lady Day…” a fictional account of Billie Holiday’s last public performance before her death in July of 1959.
This week on “The 7” we’ve got live music on the brain: Lady Day, the Grievous Angel and parents who may be regretting their life choices during “Baby Shark Live.”
Three new art exhibits are now on display at the Long Beach Museum of Art. The designs and methods the artists employ are as diverse and unique as the stories they wish to express.
Never fully realized at Cal State Long Beach’s campus museum, American Monument opened at the Beall Center for Art + Technology at UC Irvine on Oct. 5.
The Long Beach Dub Allstars, Tomorrow’s Bad Seeds and a host of other bands are expected to play today at a memorial benefit show for the daughter of slain musician Toko Tasi.
We’re Science is an ’80s dance party, celebrating its two-year anniversary of all vinyl DJ sets.
There are also events to get your blood circulating, and boiling.
Today, head to Runners High where, starting at 6:30 p.m., there will be an easy, three-mile Shakeout Run.
Doing something useful, for a purpose other than yourself, gives you those warm fuzzy feelings. Promise.
Who doesn’t love a good farmers market?