Urban Commons, the firm tasked with maintaining and repairing the Queen Mary, has a plan to complete critical repair work — but it’s unclear how the company will pay for it.
The much anticipated 2ND & PCH, an 11-acre open air commercial center, held its grand opening last month with hundreds of locals gathering at the retail center for the first time.
Flames caused by faulty wiring physically consumed Hot Stuff on Broadway last year, but they couldn’t melt through the spirit of the place.
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Every third Sunday of the month is a treasure hunt at the Long Beach Antique Market, and November’s event will be even more so with a couple of experts hosting a special workshop there to help guide shoppers.
Vacant storefronts up and down Second Street in Belmont Shore have been a frequent topic of conversion over the last months. The opening last week of the 2ND & PCH shopping center has added urgency to those discussions.
In the midst of China-U.S. trade relations that change nearly every day, the Long Beach — Qingdao Association will host Chinese Consul General Zhang Ping to talk about his country's Belt and Road Initiative, tariffs and more at a mid-November luncheon.
In 2015, a successful female executive launched a speaker series to encourage and empower women. The partner and chief operation and financial officer at Irvine’s Squar Milner, LLP, one of the nation’s largest accounting firms, Scharell Jackson sought to create an environment that would “mot…
Hotel and hospitality operators are suggesting, through the Convention & Visitors Bureau, to increase the city's bed tax to support Long Beach's major arts groups and deal with infrastructure needs at the Convention Center.
An independent fast-casual restaurant concept, Plancha Latin Kitchen, is opening its first location this month at Long Beach Exchange, adding some fresh flavor to LBX’s mix of mostly name brand stores and well-established SoCal-based chains.
The development of 2ND & PCH has been a transformative one for Long Beach’s southeastern gateway, replacing an outdated eyesore of a hotel with a modern two-story commercial center.
Barricades are down, shades are up and cash registers are ringing today, Thursday after dignitaries cut the ribbon at 2ND & PCH, the long anticipated and debated commercial center at the corner of Second Street and Pacific Coast Highway.
Barricades will come down, shades will go up and cash registers will be ready to ring Thursday after dignitaries cut the ribbon at 2ND & PCH, the long anticipated and debated commercial center at the corner of Second Street and Pacific Coast Highway.
Second Street is tapping into something new with the addition of Long Beach Tap House, a classic American eatery and full-service bar, open now between Granada and Nieto avenues.
After facing multiple health challenges, Kelsea Mazzocco said she felt drawn to build a healing space in the community, a place where people from all walks of life could find positive change.
The elegant historic home at 3040 First St. that once entertained movie stars reaffirmed her glamour role this week as TV and film star. Telecommunications giant AT&T began filming a Christmas-themed commercial in the living room Thursday.
A long-term lease of Community Hospital in east Long Beach will come to the City Council for approval Tuesday, city officials say.
Entrepreneur Cindy Allen is selling her downtown-based advertising and marketing firm Agency ETA to Blume Media Group Inc., which has plans to expand the local operation.
Winners were announced last week in the popular Port of Long Beach PHOTO contest, and are now on display in the lobby of the new headquarters building lobby downtown.
Farmers & Merchants Bank recognized three Long Beach residents during the company's annual "California’s Strongest People You Can Bank On" award ceremony earlier this month at Parkers' Lighthouse.
David Lott and David Hansen, co-owners of the Belmont Brewing Company at the base of the Belmont Veterans Memorial Pier have spent a lifetime in the hospitality industry.
Work has begun to dismantle a 75-year-old refinery on the corner of Artesia and Paramount boulevards in north Long Beach, with plans to build a state-of-the-art warehouse.
The Port of Long Beach will soon launch an incentive program for oceanic carriers — about a year after its Los Angeles neighbor started its own — in an attempt to stabilize cargo traffic, which has declined each month this year amid the ongoing trade dispute.
Beverly O'Neill, the Peninsula resident who was elected mayor of Long Beach three times, will be this year's Grand Marshal for the Belmont Shore Christmas Parade.
Laurie Peterson had a successful career working with nonprofit organizations and as a tournament director for the Ladies Professional Golf Association. But she wanted more than just the satisfaction of having an event run smoothly.
There will be enough parking on the 2nd & PCH property for both customers and employees, developers told more than 200 people Wednesday night, and the city is taking several steps to ease parking pressure on the adjacent marina lots, but that didn't seem to allay concerns.
With the divorce rate on the rise for the 65-plus crowd, coupled with women living longer than men, there’s a good chance that many women will be finding themselves on their own later in life.
Looking for an escape? One puzzling new neighborhood business is offering its own unique take on that idea: Escape Long Beach opens Friday in Belmont Heights.