Long Beach Swoop’s World Radio
Those that know have always looked to Long Beach for great music and emerging talent. Snoop Dogg and Warren G weren’t the only musical acts to take off from the streets of the LBC. Sublime, Melissa Etheridge, Nate Dogg and The Nitty Gritty Dirt Band all spent time playing Long Beach venues on their way to the top.
Handmade crafts like this adorable amiguri elephant pay it forward in a unique business where nearly all the proceeds go to charity.
Brianne’s Basics, a Long Beach charity craft business, will be featured at The IndiExhibit booth at the 2011 Primetime Emmys Gifting Suite September 16-17 in Hollywood.
Calling all April Fools! First Fridays on April 1 promises even more of “the unexpected.” Catch the return of Beer & Politics featuring City Manager Pat West on the panel discussing “all things bikes.” B&P takes place at Nino’s Italian Restaurant, 3853 Atlantic, beginning at 6:30pm.
DDA Heather Brown
On Wednesday January 19, 2011 at 8pm PST Swoop’s World Radio takes on a topic that every parent must know about but no parent wants to think about; “Protecting Children From Predators.” Swoop’s World welcomes DDA Heather Brown of the Orange Count District Attorney’s office as their guest.
A restaurant review is like a match struck in a dark room, a faint glimmer of the immediate surroundings. The only way to throw open the curtains and shed light on the situation is to go in, sit down, and try the restaurant for yourself.
On Wednesday September 29, 2010, Star Parker, Candidate for the 37th Congressional District, will appear on Swoop’s World Radio a Southern California Internet radio show based in Long Beach, Ca., that broadcasts on the BlogTalk Radio network.
In the wake of the recent BP oil disaster, rock-and-roll icon Grace Slick and Long Beach singer/songwriter Michelle Mangione have joined forces on a new song to be released this week that brings together musicians from across the U.S.
On Sunday, the first 4th Street In Motion Festival had residents moving to the groove all along 4th Street’s popular Retro Row between Cherry and Junipero.
The street—closed to car traffic—had no shortage of wheels on Sunday.
Easter is just days away and the nonprofit Community Action Team (CAT) is asking the public to help prepare and gather approximately 1,500 essentials-filled baskets. This is the 6th year that Justin Rudd has organized Operation Easter Basket.
If you’ve been on Facebook the last few days, you may have noticed the bright orange profile pictures that are popping up on the posts of many Long Beach members. The logo, distributed by Arts Council Executive Director Craig Watson and emblazoned with the tag “Art Works LB,” are a show of support leading up to next week’s City Council meeting.