Friday, July 19, 2024


‘Cambodian Cowboy’—Long Beach Chef Chad Phuong—honored at inaugural AAPI small business awards in DTLA

The Cambodian Cowboy continues his mass representation of all things good with the Cambodian community, scoring one of the first awards handed out by the API SBC.

Long Beach Pride will return to historical May date come 2024

After a series of community meetings following a lack of expected attendance numbers at this year's awkwardly timed August Pride festival, organizers are returning the celebration to its historical May date.

Long Beach’s first distillery, Portuguese Bend, files for bankruptcy

It marks the final chapter and unfortunate demise of what was advertised as an achievement in Long Beach's culinary and drinking scene: Our city's first grain-to-glass distillery.

Not as safe as we think: Why are so many fatal crashes in Long Beach being left out of data?

City, state, and federal governments depend on fatal crash data to determine which streets and arterials need money invested into making them safer—but how they can do that soundly when the data is faulty?

Bring on the Deadpool: Meet Wrexham AFC team this Friday in Long Beach

This free event is a very strange but warmly welcomed amalgamation of brand promotion, sports, Hollywood, and using one's relationships to the best of their ability.

Now Anaheim Street: Bamboo Club, Good Time, Pho Hong Phat latest victims of summer burglary string in Long Beach

As more burglaries begin to frustrate business owners across the city, police officials have no formal word on if and how they are connected.

Long Beach Food Scene Intel: Additional restaurants burglarized; Kinokawa permanently closes; 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.

Seabirds, Holé Molé join second string of burglaries at Long Beach restaurants; owners asked to be ‘on alert’

Two restaurants and a bar on 4th Street in Alamitos Beach join seven other burglaries that occurred in the month of June alone across the city.