The deaf singer and “America’s Got Talent” star gave her admirers a breath-taking performance in her third visit to CSULB.
Author: Saad Kazi
Long Beach State football was once a prominent piece in the sports community, but after sanctions and down years piled up the team was disbanded in 1991.
Thousands flock to celebrate the return of the Long Beach native in cutting the ribbon to the city’s new main library.
During her decades-long career in dance and theater instruction, Cyrus Parker Jeannette rose from teaching improv and choreography classes to becoming dean of Long Beach State’s College of the Arts in 2014.
Tens of thousands of people came out to Second Street for Sunday’s Belmont Shore Car Show. In its 30th run, the show, put on this year by AK Darcy Shows and Events, included restored antiques and newer model automobiles.
After a quarter-century of displaying some of the most remarkable talents from all over the world, the Richard and Karen Carpenter Performing Arts Center will be visited by several notable entertainers in the upcoming season. Miranda Sings, Jad Abumrad and Bill Nye are just a few among the list.
Crowds from all over Long Beach flooded the Taste of Downtown event Wednesday and Thursday night. In addition to sampling food and drinks from over 20 diners, guests could play games and enjoy live music under the large showcase of fireworks.
Artist Carolyn Campagna Kleefeld has begun a collaborative relationship with the campus community after donating $10 million. The University Art Museum will undergo a name change in honor of her donation.
Following his directorship at the University of Nevada, Reno, Paul Baker Prindle will be taking on the role of leading the university museum.
This weeks noontime events featured the Southgate native and his life story.