CSULB student uses painting, poetry, and fashion as a creative outlet as she pursues her Master’s degree.
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Massage therapy at The Beach
The CSULB Student Recreation and Wellness Center provides massage therapy to assist the mental and physical health of students.
Toe Fo’i: The Return explores how art and storytelling is the best medicine for grieving
At the Pacific Island Ethnic Art Museum, five Pasifika artists share their collective work as a form of healing for their community and others to experience.
The buzz on Long Beach breweries
There are many unique breweries in Long Beach to help quench your cravings.
Moonlight Vending sells artistic works
Creative machine vending revolution is here, the Moonlight Vending machines offer a fun, innovative outlet for art.
Fourth Streets’ latest art installation is a heap of garbage, literally
“TRASH” takes guests through a plastic trash bag barrier and into a dimly lit alley littered with garbage.
In conversation with Emerging Writer honoree, Lina Abascal
Author of “Never Be Alone Again: How Bloghouse United the Internet and Dancefloor,” talks about her book, how she got a music column on VICE, and the book club she runs in Los Angeles.
Eat local and seasonal at the Long Beach farmer’s markets
As the days begin to get longer and warmer, skip the grocery store and enjoy an evening at one of Long Beach farmer’s markets.
Pancho’s Mexican restaurant, a hidden gem of Long Beach
Pancho’s Mexican Restaurant, located in Long Beach, opened its doors to the public on Nov. 1, 1966. This small, family-run restaurant has served the public for 56 years, and they’re not stopping anytime soon.
Artist and CSULB alumni Francisco Palomares brings flavor to L.A.
Since graduating from California State University, Long Beach in 2014, the painter’s body of work has become not only a proud tribute to Los Angeles, but also a joyful protest against gentrification.