Thursday, May 30, 2024

Public Programming & Space

Construction moves forward on Long Beach’s largest infrastructure project: Connecting Colorado Lagoon to Marine Stadium

The $32.5M project will bring a new tidal flow channel between Colorado Lagoon and Marine Stadium that hasn't been seen since the 1960s.

FIRST LOOK: What North Long Beach’s much-needed 51st Street Greenbelt will look like

The 51st Street Greenbelt is a proposed park project by the City of Long Beach that will transform an acre of undeveloped land on DeForest Avenue between 51st and 52 Streets in North Long Beach.

$77M Wilmington Waterfront Promenade is a win for entire region—especially Long Beach—when it opens this weekend

The transformation of Wilmington's waterfront—a three-part development that will see its second part, the Wilmington Waterfront Promenade, open this weekend—is the largest green space projects in one of the region's most air quality poor neighborhoods.

Long Beach breaks ground on roller skate area, basketball court for Junipero Beach Sports Court

Two years in the making, the Junipero Beach Sports Court broke ground and construction already sees the formation of its new roller rink and basketball court.

Long Beach Food Scene Intel: 4 Shore sign goes up in Naples; ISM launches brunch; 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.

Long Beach Mayor proposes an amphitheater near the Queen Mary—which makes perfect cultural sense

While there were many things to be considered in Mayor Rex Richardson's proposed budget for 2024, one of the most culturally significant things isn't being heavily highlighted.

After voting, Long Beach residents choose to keep Belmont Shore’s traditional signage the same

Termites infested the decades-old wooden signs greeting visitors and residents—but its aesthetic will be preserved in a new sign thanks to the feedback of Long Beach residents.

Long Beach wants to update the Belmont Shore sign—but not before hearing from you first

Termites have infested the decades-old wooden signs greeting visitors and residents—so the update is needed, despite the aesthetic of the sign voters opt for.