Rancho Los Alamitos is celebrating the 100th anniversary of women’s suffrage by producing a series of virtual tours and programs that honor the contributions of women who lived and worked at the ranch.
Bay Shore Church is inviting children of all ages to participate in the Bay Shore Church Children's Choir every Sunday after church service from 11 a.m. to noon.
Published author and self-proclaimed philosopher Nicholas Ryan Howard is promoting his new book, “Mercenary at Midnight,” an ode to heartbreak and love with 100 poems and stories.
The City of Long Beach Parks, Recreation and Marine Department announced Monday, Feb. 2, that the popular "Nature Detectives" after-school camp program at El Dorado Nature Center will continue in March and April.
The Port of Long Beach is inviting nonprofit organizations to apply for the Community Sponsorship Program, beginning Monday, March 1, through 5 p.m. on Wednesday, March 31.
COVID-19 is keeping the event socially distant, but that's not stopping the Aquarium of the Pacific from putting on its annual African American Festival on Saturday, Feb. 27.
Long Beach Unified School District students will get a week off for spring April 5-9 and the Parks, Recreation and Marine Department is planning day camps at the city's parks.
An education at Cal State Long Beach involves plenty of classwork and theory, but obtaining real-world experience while in school can be challenging for some students, especially during a pandemic.
Last October, three Long Beach city departments announced a partnership with The National Theatre for Children (NTC), a production company that creates education plays and programs for children.
The month of February is Jewish Disability Advocacy Month (JDAM), and Jewish Long Beach — along with the Jewish Federation of North America (JFNA) — is reaching out to residents with a message of inclusivity and support.
Following the recommendation of an appointed residents' committee, the City Council will act Tuesday, Feb. 16, to rename the Long Beach Performing Arts Center for former Mayor Beverly O'Neill.
In a time of social stress, the Aquarium of the Pacific is offering a joyful celebration. This Saturday, Jan. 30, the aquarium will host its 18th annual Festival of Human Abilities.
The Long Beach Human Trafficking Task Force is teaming up with the Long Beach Unified School District and nonprofit #ArtistsforChange to host a digital human trafficking awareness event from 3:30 to 4:30 p.m. Thursday, Jan. 28.
With entertainment venues temporarily shut down due to the pandemic, folks have had to get even more creative to make a living plying their craft.
In an effort to keep the art scene in Long Beach alive during the pandemic, area artist groups have combined their resources to showcase a new, in-person and virtual exhibit called "Couriers of Hope."
The Earl B. and Loraine H. Miller Foundation announced it has expanded its annual grant application invitation process to include all eligible organizations.
Restrictions brought on by the coronavirus pandemic may have put the kibosh on the Naples Christmas Boat Parade, but it couldn't stop residents from continuing the tradition of lavish home decorations.
The YMCA of Greater Long Beach is looking for volunteers to help distribute food from 6:30 a.m. to 6:30 p.m. on Tuesday, Dec. 22, and Wednesday, Dec. 23, at the Scottish Rite Cathedral parking lot, 855 Elm Ave.
Sound the alarms and get into the holiday spirit — it's the annual Toy Patrol and Spark of Love toy drives hosted by Long Beach's Police and Fire departments.
Typically the Acura Grand Prix of Long Beach is one of the early events on the NTT IndyCar schedule. But it will be the season finale in 2021, it was announced last Thursday, Dec. 17, by the Grand Prix Association of Long Beach.
The Port of Long Beach will show off its holiday spirit with the first seasonal lighting of the Gerald Desmond Replacement Bridge, happening around 5:30 p.m. on Monday, Dec. 14.
Since Christmas 2013, renowned jazz pianist David Benoit has carried the little Charlie Brown Christmas tree onto the Carpenter Center stage every year, then performed many of the famous tunes from the classic cartoon special.
In 2017, the LGBTQ Center Long Beach relaunched the annual AIDS Walk event to help support the nonprofit and the programs it's affiliated with.
Naples appears to have temporarily lost one holiday tradition — the Naples Holiday Boat Parade — to the coronavirus pandemic, but another tradition will continue.
The California Conference for Equality and Justice (CCEJ) is celebrating the legacy of Gene Lentzner, a longtime leader at CCEJ. He passed away this year at the age of 97.