STOP WITH THE FIREWORKS ALREADY!!!
Around noon on Wednesday, June 17, Long Beach fans of England's Arsenal Football Club sat at socially-distanced dining tables at the Auld Dubliner to watch the first Premier League game since COVID-19 suspended all restaurant dining in the city.
Community Action Team's (CAT) founder, Justin Rudd, celebrated another trip around the sun on June 6. Instead of asking for birthday gifts, he's using his nonprofit platform to ask friends, family and the people of Long Beach to consider a donation benefiting Christian Outreach in Action (COA).
Long Beach Yacht Club officials today announced the cancelation of the 2020 Congressional Cup regatta, which had been slated to begin April 2020 and originally was postponed to mid-October.
A Long Beach police officer who allegedly posted a graphic photo on a personal social media account during a recent protest has been removed from his job, officials said late Friday.
More than 25 faith leaders gathered Thursday, June 4, to call for systemic changes to finally eliminate racism in this country, then the world.
Miller Children's and Women's Hospital is celebrating 50 years of serving the Long Beach community, and a pandemic isn't going to stop staff and leadership from participating in those celebrations — even if it's just online.
The Shoreline Frontrunners of Long Beach, a LGBTQ running and walking club, would have hosted the 28th annual Long Beach Pride Run earlier this month, but due to COVID-19, the event — which normally would take place the same weekend as Long Beach Pride — had to be cancelled.
Officials at Belmont Heights United Methodist Church announced Thursday the longstanding preschool there would close permanently, and terminated all 15 staff members.
The date was set and the athletes were training for competition day, but the decision to delay the Special Olympics of Southern California (SOSC) event seemed inevitable.
For many youngsters, school is a place for required learning, a space to share time with friends and something to occupy the day until it's time to head home, finish homework and enjoy time with family. But for others, school means so much more.
Forest Lawn Memorial Park conducted its first Memorial Day ceremony in 1915, at its Glendale cemetery, and has hosted live memorials every year since at its six Southern California parks.
Events are cancelled and venues are empty, but people still hunger for live entertainment. Blending the desire for fun with the need for safety, one Long Beach businesswoman has devised a plan for small-scale shows.
The Long Beach Unified School District is handing out three meals per day, every Monday through Friday, to school district students in an effort to help them and their families through the coronavirus pandemic.
The California Department of Motor Vehicles has closed its doors to the public while people are encouraged to stay home and stay distanced from others.
The Long Beach Unified School District conducted a special Board of Education meeting last week to announce it had selected the district’s 13th superintendent: the historic choice of Dr. Jill Baker.
Three part-time heroes have put their capes away and pulled out their 3D printers to help aid essential workers during this pandemic crisis.
If you want a safe, egg-cellent Easter egg hunt in these social-distancing coronavirus days, take a drive or walk down Pepperwood Avenue in Lakewood Village.
As healthcare workers are picking up extra shifts to help manage an influx of patients, one Long Beach mother and daughter duo are aiming to supply those workers with homemade masks in case there are shortages of medical-grade face masks.
At approximately 9,600 miles, the Pacific Ocean is the largest and deepest of the world’s five oceans. It extends from the Arctic Ocean in the north to the Antarctic Ocean in the south and is bounded by the continents of Asia and Australia in the west and the Americas in the east.
Months ago, up-and-coming Long Beach band Wargirl mapped out a 14-performance tour that included stops in England, France, Germany, Austria and Switzerland. As it turned out, however, the eclectic indie band flew unwittingly into the heart of a pandemic.
The Long Beach Unified School District closed schools starting Monday, March 16 and will resume classes April 20, officials announced Friday, March 13.