4th Street Businesses Stay Open Late for Last Saturdays

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Last Saturdays on 4th street retro rowThe shops on 4th Street (from Junipero to Cherry Avenues) will host another free evening of art & entertainment during Last Saturdays, September 26 from 6 p.m. until 9 p.m. All events start at 6 p.m. and are all-ages unless otherwise indicated!

Last Saturdays highlights include:

4th Street Vine Wine Bar (2142 E. 4th; 562-343-5463; www.4thstreetvine.com)

Artistic Edge (2105 E. 4th; 562-433-5169; www.artisticedge-online.com)

Elan Collection (408 Saint Louis Ave. off 4th; 562-434-1895): Complimentary food and adult beverages at this eclectic boutique, plus 25% off most furniture, lighting and art!

Vintage Collective (2122 E 4th; 562-433-8699; www.thevintagecollective.com): Storewide sale! Save 10-30% off selected items! Visit the Collective’s 4,000 sf showroom — specializing in home furnishings, furniture, clothes, jewelry, art and more — from Art Deco thru Mid-Century Modern.

Jade Maiden (402 Saint Louis Ave.): Featuring art & accents from South-East Asia for the garden & home including hand-carved stone Buddahs, Balinese statues/fountains, recycled teak carvings and architectural furniture/accessories, and Indonesian artifacts.

Meow Vintage (2210 E. 4th; 562-438-8990; www.meowvintage.com):

{Open} (2226 E. 4th; 52-499-6736; www.thestoryofopen.com): Art Opening: “Hand-To-Hand: The Coast-to-Coast Collage Collaboration of Rebecca Trawick and David Wallace”. During a two-year collaboration, Trawick (who lives in So-Cal) and Wallace (from Pittsburgh, PA) traded pieces back and forth via the US Post Office, adding to each work as it changed hands. On exhibit are 25 of the works, some of which document each step of the collaborative process. (Show runs May 30-July 19)

Scuda (2001 4th; 562-439-0101; www.myspace.com/scudavintage): This purveyor of cool vintage clothing and furnishings, jewelry and more, will be showcasing a new local artist, a live music (TBD) and a DJ spinning!

About 4th Street

Dubbed Retro Row, 4th Street is Long Beach, CA’s Independent Shopping & Dining District stretching from Junipero to Cherry Streets. More than 30 unique shops and restaurants to choose from, 4th Street is also home to the newly renovated and reopened Art Theatre.

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