From flavorful Filipino cuisine to the culture’s well-known character of hospitality and activism, local organizers are on a mission to create an official Filipinotown in Long Beach, with hopes of providing more representation for the city’s largest Asian population.
Becoming too much to handle, the owner and chef of Peruvian restaurant, Casa Chaskis, is looking for volunteers to run his backyard kitchen garden in West Long Beach.
Anyone interested in helping with this project can just show up at the site on Wednesday morning.
Best friends Joty Kaur, 28, and Lucy Singleton, 30, are always catching people by surprise with their youth and “remixed” Mexican food.
The farmers plan to giveaway 2,000 pounds worth of fruits and vegetables intended for nearby westside residents on a first-come, first serve basis.
Community mural painting is slated to kick off this Saturday, Dec. 12 at 2000 Santa Fe Ave.
Thomas, Long Beach’s first Miss Black Beauty, died of natural causes in October.
West Long Beach’s Little Manila is a part of town that bursts with life inside loquacious restaurants and a few local parks, where children play beyond dull and dusty apartment buildings and storefronts.
Después de que el coronavirus dañó su negocio, familiares y amigos crearon 562 Tacos.