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‘Long Beach Mardi Gras at Rainbow Harbor’ Returns March 5th

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Mardi Gras conjures up images of masks, beads, parades, music, fun, and… Long Beach. Yes, Long Beach! Mardi Gras returns as an all day event to downtown Long Beach with the ‘Long Beach Mardi Gras at Rainbow Harbor’ on March 5, 2011!

Parker’s Lighthouse Preps for $2.5M Modern Remodel

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Parker's Lighthouse expects the renovations to be complete by 2011. The remodel will include a new Lounge & Patio. Parkers’ Lighthouse, known for its mesquite grilled fresh seafood, announces a $2.5 million remodel and modernization project scheduled to be completed by early 2011.

LB Street Food Fest – truckin’ back to the LBC


The gourmet food trucks are returning to Long Beach by popular demand! It was clear with the overwhelming success of Long Beach’s first street food festival in July that participants and attendees alike wanted a second helping.

Singing Nanny Stars in Latest Satire at The All American Melodrama Theater

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In a melodrama, the bad guys are always defeated, but how will Long Beach’s All American Melodrama Theater fare when its newest villain, Scary Poppins flies into town? Singing nannies, ’60s children’s fantasy films, and current pop culture are parodied in “Scary Poppins,”  the latest offering from The All American Melodrama Theater.

CityRace Announces New “Long Beach Oceanside Adventure”


CityRace announces the Fall 2010 schedule of Urban Adventure Hunts, including an all-new Long Beach event. CityRace Urban Adventure Hunts send teams of 2 to 4 players on challenging 3-hour clue-solving adventures through one of L.A.’s many diverse neighborhoods.

33 Degrees: The Latitude for Good Food


I often venture down to Shoreline Village and wonder why there isn’t just a simple burger joint with cold beer, gourmet hot dogs, and Fish & Chips served in paper? The village is filled with either fancy steak houses or your typical chain fare, and not one flip flop friendly, boat drink serving, Jimmy Buffet-esque establishment where you can roll up on your Catalina, tie off, and enjoy a can of Tecate and some fresh Mahi Mahi tacos while sitting in the sun.

Rainbow Lagoon Invaded by The Great Shark Affaire

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Non-profit organization Iemanya Oceanica (pronounced ya-MON-ja) announces the Great Shark Affaire, a festival, to be held at the Long Beach Rainbow Lagoon, October 2-3, 2010. This charitable event will teach about ocean conservation as well as protecting sharks and their habitats.

42nd Annual Long Beach Yacht and Boat Show Returns September 9

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Photo by Ciccio Pizzettaro The Long Beach Yacht and Boat Show tradition continues, September 9-12, forty-two consecutive years of boat shows produced in Long Beach by the Southern California Marine Association and presented by the Automobile Club of Southern California.

10 Minutes, 12 Teams, and a mountain of oysters benefit Miller Children’s Hospital

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Parkers’ Lighthouse and Santa Monica Seafood are hosting Shuck & Swallow Oyster Contest, which will benefit Miller Children’s Hospital Long Beach. Restaurant teams gather along Parkers’ Lighthouse beautiful patio deck overlooking the Long Beach Harbor to compete in the Shuck & Swallow Oyster Contest.

Food and wine dinner serves Seafood for the Future

parkers-lighthouse sustainable seafood wine dinner

Parkers’ Lighthouse proudly presents its next Wine Dinner on Thursday, June 3 from 7:00 p.m. to 9:00 p.m.  They have brought the Aquarium of the Pacific on board as Executive Chef Jason Stein showcases the simple art of choosing and cooking sustainable seafood. 

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