“I don’t just throw a show, I’m trying to give an environment.”
Dog daycare outfit GoFETCH is throwing a post-Valentines Day gathering at Ambitious Ales where pups can hang out while their human companions eat, drink and slyly (or overtly, we don’t know your house rules) feed their pets bite-sized bits of “people food” under the table.
On Episode #33 of “Can You Hear Me, Long Beach?” We are all over Valentine’s Day.
For every person who finds themselves in love today, there’s someone else who does not.
Poet Brian Sonia-Wallace will write love poems—with the satisfying clack-clack of a Remington typewriter—for Friday jet setters willing to share their love stories.
It’s not like you didn’t see this coming.
“The Tea Party” is part of the museum’s permanent collection and is on view as part of its latest exhibition, “Decade by Decade: Women Artists of California”
Floating, bubbly, smiley faces are at once recognizable, even welcoming, while also being just a bit off
Better to try and shape the art world into one you want to participate in as opposed to try and squeeze into something that isn’t the right fit.
Where can acts with prominent followings come to play in Long Beach?
Steilen was on set as the roller skate expert, helping Margot Robbie learn to skate, as well as collaborating with the stunt team on fight scenes.
Hear anything around town that caught your attention? Something so funny, so ridiculous, so out-of-context, so socks-y, you just had to tell someone? Tell us!
As base drops and guitar solo riffs shook the festival, the roars of screaming fans could be heard across Queensway Bay on Friday.
Find out how to get involved with Long Beach Junior Roller Derby’s 2020 season.
Featuring renowned harpist Ina Zdorovetch whose talents are so exceptional and wide-ranging that she’s known as both a “harp whisperer” and “monster player.”
Karen, along with brother Richard, formed the Carpenters, a duo out of Downey that are one of the most successful acts in American popular music history