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Long Beach coffee scene continues to alter as Cafablanca, donation-based coffee cart, moves to Downtown L.A.

The Long Beach coffee scene is changing and evolving continuously—and this bittersweet change is one that Alamitos Beach will certainly have a pang in its heart over.

Long Beach Food Scene Intel: Tito’s expands; El Sauz opens 4th Street location; more

Long Beach Food Scene Intel is a series from Brian Addison that will recap food news throughout the city, both news that needs just a quick mention or repeated news where you might have missed the full features.

The reason Long Beach’s music scene needs the Good Luck Vinyl Club hi-fi vibe

Echoing the listening bars of Japan, Good Luck Vinyl Club is about two things: A very particular album and a DJ's collection that boosters that album's genre for an all-night listening session.

From El Salvador to Long Beach: How Black Dog Coffee Roaster came to take over a beloved shop

Taking over a space that was once home to local coffee royalty, this tiny-but-mighty roaster hopes to offer something different.

Four years in the making, Long Beach’s industrial-pop outfit BREATHERRR releases vinyl version of new album

Once a one-man show, BREATHERRR has evolved into a full-on band—their industrial-pop sounds about to be showcased at a massive show at the Art Theatre.

Baby Gee unveils Halloween week menu (free jello shots included)

Like The Social List down the street, Baby Gee is entering into the Halloween spirit with a week-long celebration of goulash drinks'n'bites.

Long Beach’s best beer fest, Halloween Hootenanny, returns to MOLAA with 35+ breweries (and unlimited pours)

Over 35 breweries, tons of spooky vendors, and a sense of community that only Festival Obscura and Craft Beer LB can bring, Halloween Hootenanny happily returns with horrorcore'n'hops.