Last Friday, Feb. 14, corks were popping at Alamitos Bay YC — and club members were celebrating more than the romance of Valentine's Day. Homegrown Long Beach sailor Riley Gibbs and his teammate Anna Weis had qualified for the Games of the XXXII Olympiad.
The Aquarium of the Pacific is celebrating black history month with the 18th annual African-American Festival this weekend.
Long Beach legends will hit the sand at the BeachLife Festival as the South Bay’s biggest concert adds more bands to its already stacked lineup of music May 1-3.
An Acura sports car forms the base for the Third Annual Grand Prix Race The Course 5K finisher's medal — fitting since the proper title of the Indycar race now is the Acura Grand Prix of Long Beach.
Jewish Long Beach Women's Philanthropy is once again hosting the annual Arlene Solomon Visions Dinner, and this year's event — along with the goal of raising money to benefit area organizations — features a musical performance with historical significance.
The Long Beach Public Library is partnering with the Arts Council for Long Beach to introduce an inaugural Long Beach Youth Poet Laureate (LBYPL) program.
It's time to pull the kilt out of the closet because the Queen Mary is offering up a taste of Scotland this weekend. And like every year, there's plenty of entertainment and food on the menu.
When Aquarium of the Pacific president and CEO Jerry Schubel unveiled the Honda Pacific Visions Theater last year, he promised a diverse mix of entertainment there to complement the educational mission of the Pacific Visions expansion.
“I wanted to put Cabrillo Boat Yard back on the map,” said Chris Messano, who recently purchased the historic full service boat yard in Long Beach and will be re-opening it this month.
A Mardi Gras-style parade and festival has become a tradition along the waterfront between Shoreline Village and the Aquarium of the Pacific.
One Love Cali Reggae Fest returns to Long Beach this weekend from 2 p.m. to midnight on Friday, Feb. 7; noon to midnight on Saturday, Feb. 8; and noon to 10 p.m. on Sunday, Feb. 9, at the Queen Mary.
Although destination marriage ceremonies are popular, many couples prefer to have a church wedding. Long Beach has churches of all sizes and denominations; here is what some of the larger local sites offer.
No need for a destination wedding. Long Beach is fortunate to have choices for the special day. Indoors or out, large or small, there is something for everyone when it comes to staging a wedding in Long Beach.
Friday, April 24, marks the start of the yearly 125-nautical mile Newport to Ensenada International Yacht Race (N2E), where competitors make the choice to head off-shore for stronger winds or to sail the rhumb line towards the finish. The right choice can make the difference come trophy time.
Each year, the Aquarium of the Pacific aims to highlight people of all abilities with the annual Festival of Human Abilities, featuring creative workshops, musical performances and adaptive presentations.
Every third Sunday, Kidical Mass in Bixby Knolls hosts a group bike ride led by Bixby Knolls Business Improvement Association (BKBIA) staff— and it's happening at 1 p.m. this Sunday, Jan. 19, kicking off at Georgie's Place, 3850 Atlantic Ave.
Alamitos Bay Yacht Club hosted the Sabot Junior Invitational last weekend. The regatta takes place in conjunction with the Southern California Yachting Association Racing Association (SCYYRA) North Series. There were 64 boats completing in five fleets, with seven competitors registered from …
Long Beach is gearing up for the 32nd annual Martin Luther King Jr. Parade and Celebration on Saturday with the theme "Continuing the Legacy." The life and legacy of a visionary who changed the world by promoting equality, justice and peace will be honored.
Temperature on Saturday, Jan. 18, in Belmont Shore is expected to be around 64 degrees — water temperature off the beach may be a few degrees colder.