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Shakespeare Theatre Plans a Duo of Holiday Classics

Originally a 1938 radio play by Norman Corwin, LBSC’s The Plot to Overthrow Christmas is a fully-costumed, staged version of that play, with colorful characters.

Originally a 1938 radio play by Norman Corwin, LBSC’s The Plot to Overthrow Christmas is a fully-costumed, staged version of that play, with colorful characters. For the third year in a row, LBSC will present Orson Welles’ classic 1939 radio adaptation of A Christmas Carol.

Santa’s Breakfast Fundraiser at Parkers’ Lighthouse to Benefit Child Life Program at Miller Children’s Hospital


Abandoning his sleigh for a trip to Parkers’ Lighthouse via a Spirit Cruises Yacht, Old St. Nicholas is due to arrive at 9:00 a.m. on Saturday, December 6th for an annual benefit that has become a favorite tradition at Parkers’ Lighthouse over the more than 20 years that the restaurant has been hosting Santa’s Breakfast.

Lucille’s Smokehouse Bar-B-Que Serving Up Southern-Inspired Favorites for Thanksgiving Day Dinner


Lucille’s Smokehouse Bar-B-Que restaurants will dish up new Southern-inspired dishes as part of its special Fall Classics menu that focuses on its popular, deliciously moist hickory-smoked turkey. Lucille’s famous hickory smoked turkey is also the centerpiece of its Thanksgiving Day meal, available for dine in or a take out feast that serves 10 – 12.

Michael Krajewski Leads LBSO in an Evening of James Bond Music


Beloved former Long Beach Symphony POPS! conductor Michael Krajewski returns to the stage of the Long Beach Arena on November 22 at 8:00 p.m., bringing his legendary wit and sense of humor to the POPS! audience in a concert that celebrates the world’s most famous spy!

Free Youth Fishing Derby at El Dorado Park November 22


Join Long Beach Parks, Recreation and Marine, the Daniel Hernandez Youth Foundation and California Department of Fish and Wildlife for a free Youth Fishing Derby on Saturday, November 22. El Dorado Park is located at 7550 E Spring Street.

CHILL, SoCal’s Coolest Winter Wonderland Opens at The Queen Mary November 21


Hot off the heels of a record breaking year for Dark Harbor, The Queen Mary’s full holiday event season continues as the coolest winter wonderland in Southern California, CHILL, prepares to open on November 21. New in 2014, all CHILL guests can enjoy unlimited access to The Ice Kingdom, ice tubing, ice skating with skate rentals and a visit on the Queen Mary ship with the purchase of general admission tickets.

DLBA Teams With Bisnow to Host The Future of Downtown Long Beach

DLBA - Downtown Long Beach Associates

The Downtown Long Beach Associates (DLBA) are partnering with Bisnow, which provides localized publications and events for the commercial real estate community, to host The Future of Downtown Long Beach on Wednesday, November 19, 2014.

Fuego Plans Special Prix Fixe Menu For Thanksgiving


Families can enjoy their Thanksgiving feast in Fuego at Hotel Maya with its delicious three-course, prix fixe menu on Thursday, November 27 from 11 a.m. to 9 p.m. The modern, Latin infused indoor-outdoor restaurant and lounge, offers a unique seaside setting featuring 13-foot-tall glass walls that fully retract with seating inside and on the patio area.

Long Beach Heritage Hosts a Victorian Christmas at the Historic Bembridge House


Rediscover the magic of an old-tyme Christmas. Experience a family-friendly celebration focused on holiday traditions in this lovingly decorated historic house. Enjoy crafts for children in the Carriage House, a garden boutique and refreshments.

Growing Cities – Long Beach: a Screening, Discussion, and Mixer


Growing Cities examines how cities across the United States are taking food security into their own hands, using innovative approaches to grow food in urban and industrial environments. The 60-minute screening will be preceded by a mixer where attendees work with organizers to identify spaces in their communities where they would like to see community gardens, farms, and other food production sites.

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