The Mosaic transformed into a cultural hub of Black-owned businesses, resources and food.
Author: Samantha Cortes
At the Long Beach Expo’s first trade show of the year, attendees browsed displays of relics and connected with long-time collectors.
With over 3,000 vendors and 200 live performances, NAMM attendees discovered the latest music gear and watched up-and-coming musicians take the stage.
With hundreds of colorful floats and blaring festive tunes, Belmont Shore delivered another successful holiday spectacle.
Get lost in the maze of unique vendors at The Beach Flea Market, which was voted the “Best Place to Pop Up” by Long Beach State students.
With displays of colorful stones, tarot cards and cauldrons, Eye of the Cat provides a glimpse into the world of Paganism and witchcraft.
In a discussion with local architect Kelly Sutherlin McLeod, Rosa Lowinger delved into her Cuban-Jewish family’s intergenerational trauma and her dedication to the craft of restoration.
ASI Beach Kitchen hosted a tamale-making class on Thursday, where attendees learned the history of the dish and the step-by-step process of cooking it.
CSULB graduate student sea Krob defies the conventions of art and photography through social advocacy.
The New York-based touring group returned to CSULB with dance works that celebrated love, angst and yearning.