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Bicycle Theft Sting Results in Arrests


Complaints received from the community in regards to bicycle thefts near the Belmont Pier prompted East Division’s Directed Enforcement team to focus on these types of crimes in that area, in addition to coordinating a bike theft sting that resulted in three arrests, and the issuance of five misdemeanor citations.

April ArtXwalk Showcases 5 Contemporary Regional Artists


ArtExchange (ArtX) announced today the exhibition highlights for “artXwalk ” happening April 11, 2015. A monthly celebration of visual art – each Second Saturday at 3rd and Elm in Long Beach’s East Village Arts District – artXwalk is a free event, open to the public, and full of festivities.

East Village Residents and Business Owners Encouraged to Vote For EVA Board of Directors


The nomination period for the Downtown Long Beach’s East Village Association (EVA) Board of Directors closed on March 26, 2015. The list of nominees and their statements are now posted on the EVA website.

BO-Beau Kitchen Voted One of OpenTables Hottest Restaurants by Diners

Photo by Andrew Jorgensen.

Photo by Andrew Jorgensen. After another long winter, OpenTable today unveiled the 2015 Top 100 Hot Spot Restaurants in America. This year, BO-beau’s Kitchen, the rooftop restaurant serving Cal-French classic in downtown Long Beach joins the list.

April First Fridays Brings Long Beach County Fair Back to Bixby Knolls


It’s that time of year again! First Fridays and Long Beach Fresh are working together to bring you the “2nd Annual Long Beach County Fair” on April 3! All of our seeders, feeders, eaters, and creators will be on site to provide the community with all the best Long Beach has to offer.

Public Invited to Participate in The Anaheim Corridor Design Visioning Process


The community is invited to attend a special kick-off event to launch the Anaheim Corridor Design Visioning Process. The free event is on Saturday, March 28, at 11:00 am, at the Homeland Neighborhood Cultural Center’s Manazar Gamboa Community Theatre at MacArthur Park, 1321 E.

“Beach Streets Uptown” Opens Atlantic Ave for Day of Cycling, Socializing, June 6


On Saturday, June 6, 2015, Atlantic Avenue will be transformed for an Open Street event called “Beach Streets Uptown.” The event will open up Atlantic Avenue for walking, bicycling, and socializing, by temporarily closing the street to vehicle traffic from 9:00 am to 4:00 pm.

Public Meeting Explores Acquiring Buildings for Parking in Belmont Shore

This empty building at 5374 East 2nd Street could become additional parking for Belmont Shore visitors. The city will host a public discussion to consider to the possibility.

This empty building at 5374 East 2nd Street could become additional parking for Belmont Shore visitors. The city will host a public discussion to consider to the possibility. Councilwoman Suzie Price will host an informational meeting to discuss the process involved with the City possibly acquiring the Roe property at 5374 East 2nd Street to develop a public parking lot and/or structure.

Join Long Beach Heritage on a Downtown Walking Tour March 21


Join Long Beach Heritage, Saturday, March 21, 2015 for a Walking Tour of Downtown Long Beach. Long Beach was recently voted the best walkable, large city in Southern California by Walk Score, a company that rates neighborhoods throughout the United States.

Forum Engages Downtown Residents to Discuss Concerns, Ideas for Civic Center Project


The Downtown Residential Council will hold a special community forum at 7pm on Monday, March 16, 2015, at the Scottish Rite Event Center, 855 Elm Avenue, Long Beach, 90813. The forum will be a conversation with Plenary-Edgemoor Civic Partners (PECP) about the new Civic Center in downtown Long Beach. 

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