This is the tale of the SeaPort Marina Hotel that was once at corner of Pacific Coast Highway and 2nd Street on the easternmost edge of Long Beach, right at the border of Seal Beach and Orange County.
Long Beach is the birthplace of the nation's first hybrid street-prison gang Public Enemy No. 1 (PEN1 or PENI), which is also one of the nation's most violent white supremacist gangs.
byBrian AddisoninArts & Culture
Partnering with Long Beach videographer Ulises Roman, local realtor Joshua Garcia decided to take on a passion project that is focused on showing off some of the city's most spectacularly historic structures.
byBrian AddisoninCommentary, Food, Life
Long before Congregation taught Downtowners how to drink beer in Long Beach ... Long before Beachwood was named the world's best gastropub ... Long before the Blendery slung out beers that were as intellectual as they were delectable ...
Like Long Beach history? Click here for the archives that explore our city’s vast, complicated, sublime history. **** This story contains graphic and violent content that may be sensitive or unsuitable for certain readers. Editor’s note: I, Brian Addison,...
Love Long Beach history? Click here to scroll through our archives of all things historical. **** Above: Easter Walk Long Beach in 1999, just two years after it launched. Founder Rick White (aka Sheeya Mann) sits center and is joined...
Video screenshot taken from Tony Kao’s Facebook post. Watch the full video below. After a woman was filmed by Long Beach local Tony Kao telling him and his wife, “Go back to your home country!” went viral, hundreds of...
Love history? Click here for our full archives on the matter. **** Editor’s note: this article was updated on March 11, 2018, to reflect the case Johnnie Jermaine Rush. There’s more to the word and law behind “jaywalking” than meets...
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