Jones Bicycles, a local bike shop on 2nd Street in Belmont Shore, is closing after serving the Long Beach community for 108 years.
Celebrating its first year in business and recognizing the community support it has received in Long Beach, local tea distributor Tenzo Tea has decided to give back.
This year’s findings are compared to 2015’s results, showing a more positive response from business owners in terms of whether they felt supported by their city officials and institutions.
In an aim to modernize the workplace, companies like JJ Bender are providing businesses with office automation solutions to help speed up work and minimize errors.
The Brass Lamp served the downtown and neighboring communities as an answer to the issue of coffee shops closing too early, and bars being too loud a setting to collaborate or work within.
Councilmember Jeannine Pearce’s proposal to streamline the Conditional Use Permit (CUP) process, making it more accessible for neighborhoods and affordable for businesses, was passed unanimously by the Long Beach City Council.
MADE in Long Beach seemed like it needed its own MADE in Long Beach—a more lucrative, more organized MADE—when a handful of its employees resigned and shut the doors on Friday.
Long Beach residents have just a few more months to wait for the opening of Olympix Fitness, the upscale boutique fitness center originally slated to open this month, according to business partners Jarrett Tooley and Kurt Schneiter.
About four years ago, Long Beach resident Jeff Boverman adopted a dog—a rescue dog that he called “puppy.” One fateful morning, he opened the door to his home to get equipment, and the dog escaped, running “helter skelter,” as Boverman put it.