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On Tuesday, February 9, the Long Beach City Council approved naming the new North Neighborhood Library as the “Michelle Obama Neighborhood Library.” The motion was approved by a majority vote of 6 to 0. Councilmember Rex Richardson spearheaded the movement to name the library after the First Lady.
First District Councilwoman Lena Gonzalez Councilwoman Lena Gonzalez will unveil the transformation of La Reina Way near Chestnut Avenue on Saturday, February 6, at 9:00 am. La Reina Way is one of many “Courts and Ways” in the Willmore City neighborhood.
It’s called the “Big heART” show. More than 20 artists—including some who’ve had tough times—will exhibit their art, sculpture and photography. This year, host Tim Scanlan of Long Beach Skate has arranged with Pizzanista’s founder Salman Agah to offer delicious pizza as part of the evening.
Dog Haus, the celebrated Pasadena-based concept known for its gourmet hot dogs, sausages, burgers, and one-of-a-kind creations, will debut its first Biergarten franchise in Long Beach Friday, January 29. Located at The Promenade at 210 East 3rd Street, this will be franchisee Tenny Megerdichian’s second location of the emerging restaurant brand, which was founded in 2010 by Partners Hagop Giragossian, Quasim Riaz, and André Vener to recapture the nostalgic childhood experience of eating a hot dog.
Justin Rudd’s Community Action Team Celebrates 200th 30-Minute Beach Cleanup Plus A Cold Dip in The Ocean
Sat., Jan. 16, 2016: 200th consecutive month, 1 Granada Ave. Justin Rudd and his Community Action Team have been hosting the monthly cleanup since June 1999. Approx. 100 volunteers of all ages attend to help rid the sand of debris, so our beach remains clean and safe.
The City has begun work to improve Shoreline Drive from Ocean Boulevard to Linden Avenue, which will improve traffic circulation and help facilitate ADA access to the beach.
Fourth Street is asking you to Give More and Get More! this holiday season by supporting the small, independent businesses on Retro Row, between Cherry and Temple avenues. There are goods and services to discover right here and we encourage you to do so!
Long Beach City Councilmember Roberto Uranga invites the residents of Long Beach and the greater Los Angeles & Orange County areas to celebrate the Holiday Season with the inaugural Posada Navideña. As part of the Daisy Avenue Christmas Tree Lane Entertainment Nights, this free community event will highlight the cultural diversity of Long Beach with a traditional posada Saturday, December 19 from 7 p.m.
The Annual Belmont Shore Christmas Parade is scheduled to begin at 6:00 p.m., on Saturday, December 5, 2015, and the Long Beach Police Department encourages attendees to comply with all laws for everyone’s safety:
Following last year’s record-breaking New Year’s Eve (NYE) celebration, when 13,500 people descended upon DTLB to ring in the new year, the Downtown Long Beach Associates (DLBA) will continue to host the largest party in town as it welcomes a plethora of SoCal’s finest musicians to take part in a three-stage, three-block festival in the heart of Downtown located on Pine Avenue between 1st and 4th Streets.