For the fifth year in a row, Third District Councilwoman Suzie Price is hosting a free concert to welcome spring to Long Beach.
A 15-year-old Belmont Shore Easter tradition is back, and organizers are calling on Long Beachers once again to help with donations and more.
On March 24 this year, 18-year-old Colton Herta made history, winning the Circuit of the Americas Race in Austin, Texas, to become the youngest IndyCar champion in history.
Bruce Flanders, 73, the legendary public address announcer for the Long Beach Grand Prix for 41 years, doesn’t mince words when you ask him about the deadly chronic obstructive pulmonary disease he was diagnosed with 11 years ago.
The International Motorsports Association (IMSA) has been a fixture at Long Beach since a GRAND-AM Daytona Prototype race in 2006 and subsequent American Le Mans Series and WeatherTech Championship races ever since. But, truth be told, the first IMSA-sanctioned race on the street circuit was…
Don't call it the Long Beach Grand Prix, unless you want to get a call from Jim Michaelian or his director of communications, Chris Esslinger.
For the first time ever, Friends of the Long Beach Public Library are selling tickets online for the Annual Meeting and Literary Luncheon happening from 11:30 a.m. to 2 p.m. on Saturday, May 18, at The Reef Restaurant, 880 South Harbor Scenic Dr.
To avoid the downtown traffic — and expensive parking — people can arrive by water at the Acura Grand Prix of Long Beach's back door by starting and finishing race day at Alamitos Bay Landing.
Entertainment is a big part of the off-track activities at the Grand Prix and this year’s live concerts feature the old and the (relatively) new.
One of the most picturesque spots on the Acura Grand Prix of Long Beach course is the circle around the dolphin fountain in front of the Aquarium of the Pacific.
Long Beach's biggest event of the year — the three days of the Acura Grand Prix of Long Beach — is not without pain. Streets all around the road course will be closed for all or part of the long weekend.
Ian Williams (GBR) and Team GAC Pindar won the 55th annual Congressional Cup. William’s win granted Ian his fourth Crimson blazer, putting him in an elite league with Taylor Canfield, Rod Davis, Gavin Brady and Peter Holmberg.
Ian Williams, the number one ranked skipper in the world in match race sailing, won his fourth Congressional Cup title Sunday off the Long Beach coast.
Growing up, I dreamt of buying and creating a hovercraft based on the blueprints marketed in the classified section next to the sea monkey ads in every issue of Boy’s Life magazine.
Instead of race cars on the track, people were walking, biking and pushing strollers downtown for the annual Grand Prix-View Event. Did you make it in our video? Tag yourself in the comments :)
Perhaps the top match-race sailing competition in the country — certainly the top on the West Coast — returns this week for the 55th time to Long Beach in the form of the Congressional Cup.
Next on the calendar for the Long Beach Area Council of Boy Scouts of America's centennial celebration is a month-long display of memorabilia at the Historical Society of Long Beach.
Rancho Los Alamitos, the historic site in East Long Beach, is partnering with the Long Beach Camerata Singers for an interactive music learning event this month.
“I really dig the tradition, romance and built-in nostalgia — the spirit of yachting.” Seal Beach Yacht Club’s Commodore John Caldwell explained why he volunteers so many hours.
Before the Ambitious Ales grand opening earlier this year in Bixby Knolls, five friends first had to learn how to brew craft beer — then figure out how to start a business.
Urban Commons, the lease holder and operator of Long Beach's historic icon, the Queen Mary, continues structural repairs below decks while visitors keep the public spaces busy and the hotel functional.