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In spring of 2013, Bobby Bancalari’s music partner/agent/pushy ex proposed he get a gig playing piano at Utopia, a restaurant in Long Beach’s East Village Arts District.
Buskerfest, the darling of the Downtown Long Beach Associates’ (DLBA) Summer and Music (SAM) Series, will take place Saturday, August 17 from 5-11pm at the corner of 1st Street and Linden Avenue in Downtown’s East Village.
COMMON: Long Beach Arts Collective invites you to an exhibition opening displaying the work of Long Beach based photojournalist Drew Kelley on Saturday, March 9 from 6:00 p.m.
Ride Type: Commuter
Long Beach Bikeway 17 is a commuter route that connects uptown to downtown, largely by traveling along Orange Avenue as it turns into Alamitos Avenue and then Shoreline Drive, eventually crossing over the Queens Way Bridge.
The opening of Little Games, a group exhibition featuring California State University, Long Beach School of Art graduate students will take place on January 12, 2013 from 6 p.m.
Ride Type: Commuter, Recreational, Family (partial)
Long Beach Bikeway 10 is a spectacular ride that connects the residential east side of the city to its urban city center by way of posh Belmont Heights neighborhood and the East Village, before finishing as an urban loop along the city’s bike boulevards.
St. Mary Medical Center Focused on Helping Patients Control Diabetes Through Screenings and Education
St. Mary Medical Center will be providing several diabetes screening and education programs during Diabetes Awareness Month in November including:
Free Diabetes Screenings
More than 20 firefighters and Miller Children’s mascot Millie the Dolphin joined 50 pediatric patients as part of the annual Halloween parade. For more than 25 years, members of the Long Beach Fire Department attend Miller Children’s Halloween parade and buddy up with pediatric patients too sick to leave the hospital.
The community is invited to attend a free public meeting regarding the future of alternative fuels, advanced technology for the transportation industry, and hydrogen fuel cell electric cars.
Deviant Design Group (DDG) owner, Mark Barata, and Long Beach watercolor artist, Debbie Lewis, have teamed up to present “Long Beach Soul: Now and Then” on April 14 at DDG’s new flagship store in downtown Long Beach’s Arts District.