For many low-income students in North Long Beach, earning a higher-education degree is a struggle, especially when it means riding the bus for hours to the nearest city college.
Two massive North Long Beach projects face more concrete realities this week with the Planning Commission: The Uptown Commons at the northeast corner of Atlantic and Artesia Blvd. and its southern counterpart, The Uptown, at the southwest corner Atlantic...
Summer Luvin’ Fest in North Long Beach Saturday featured multiple bands, as well as vendors, artists and food by El Exclusivo food truck while Aguas Way sold its popular aguas frescas.
Over recent years, Shaheen Sadeghi has developed a new philosophy in approaching communities that center on just that: promoting the local culture itself rather than attempting to import concepts.
This story requires a bit of context so forgive me for doing a bit of rambling—shocker—before I get into the details of the nearly $1 million in CalTrans grants being gifted to North Long Beach in order to alter...
Leaders will unveil a long-awaited project in North Long Beach Saturday: the restoration of 34 acres of land into a river parkway with freshwater wetlands, wildlife habitat and recreational trails.
Everyone who reads me knows of my love of Vince Staples. Beyond his absurdly jealous-inducing talent, he is pure Long Beach—from his lyrics, which act as a cultural map to the city if one listens deep enough, to his...
Want to see all our Long Beach Foodie Updates? Click here to scroll through the archives. **** Renderings courtesy of Westland Associated. When the Long Beach Beer Lab (LBBL) first opened, it was a welcomed addition to Wrigley since the...
It has been a formal discussion for a decade, an informal one for even more than that: the always-in-the-works Daisy-Myrtle Bike Boulevard that would (finally) connect North Long Beach to DTLB and the shoreline. Thank the Biking Gods, the...
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