The Aquarium of the Pacific is celebrating black history month with the 18th annual African-American Festival this weekend.
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.
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.
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.
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.
In five of the last seven years — including the last three — Long Beach families have driven home with the coveted plate (the number 100 is the lowest number a driver can have in Class 1 racing).
The California Academy of Mathematics and Science (CAMS) — a mathematics and science LBUSD magnet school in Carson on the California State University, Dominguez Hills campus — has received national recognition in Newsweek's 2020 list of the top 500 schools that emphasize science, technology,…
At the beginning of a new decade, it seemed fitting to ask Long Beach leaders to stretch their powers of prognostication. So we asked what Long Beach would be like when we enter 2030.
If there's one thing the folks at the Queen Mary make sure to do each year, it is to throw a big party for New Year's Eve.
Wille's Tin Shop, a Long Beach tin and hardware store that first opened in Signal Hill 1906, has been given a new life in Cal Heights.
The holiday seasons are special for families from all backgrounds, including the people who may not be celebrating Christmas — more specifically the birth of Jesus Christ.
A more than 60-year tradition still brings the Long Beach Fire and Police departments together for a giving cause during the holiday season.
Candidates three Long Beach City Council seats and two Long Beach Unified School District Board of Education seats now know who their opponents are going to be in the March 3, 2020, election.
Sofia Striegl’s feet have carried her across the stage with the Long Beach Ballet every December for almost as long as she’s known how to walk. This year, will be her 15th year performing in "The Nutcracker."
"There's more of them than you think...I'm not asking you to go out and adopt a senior, I am asking you to think about them though." —Harry Saltzgaver, Executive Editor, Grunion Gazette
During the 1920s, roller coasters raced around the Pike, oil flowed from forests of derricks, and Pacific Electric Red Cars brought loads of visitors to the sunny shores of Long Beach.
It's been more than seven decades since the first Naples Boat Parade floated through the Naples Canals in celebration of the holiday season, and this weekend, it's going to happen again.
It's another parade weekend in Long Beach and the 66th Annual Daisy Avenue Christmas Tree Lane Parade — more simply the Daisy Lane Christmas Parade— is strolling through Wrigley Saturday evening.
Second Street will be lit up with holiday cheer this Saturday, featuring the 37th annual Belmont Shore Christmas Parade.
The congregation at Grace First Presbyterian Church is working on a new project to reach out to underserved members of the Long Beach community, specifically immigrants living in the area.