Owners Laurie Semon and Erin O’Hagan of Olives Gourmet Grocer share how their business became essential, not only as a place to get much-needed goods, but as a place for community.
Arts & Life
Content that focuses on popular culture, local art and music, entertainment and the events. Common topics include lifestyle, television and film, theater, music, video game, food, etc
Despite bookstore declines and shakeouts, this local Long Beach bookstore embraced those challenges by sticking to its theme and curation.
TBM Designs introduces the art installation sm[ART]box to lower campus, built of materials that are energy efficient, to highlight the need for sustainability.
Take a break from all of the news about the election and listen to November’s newest music.
Writer and professor Deborah Miranda explores 15 steps for decolonization for Californian Indigenous communities
Native American Heritage Month Celebration 2020 continues with its second event, featuring Deborah Miranda, a member of the Esselen and Chumash people, to discuss California missions, the history of natives in California and how to practice decolonization.
Chad Dominic Sahilan, known as echod, shares his story establishing a presence in the world of EDM and how the coronavirus pandemic brought him opportunities for positivity.
Professor Deshonay Dozier discusses how the Los Angeles Indigenous community treated alcoholism and fought against public inebriation laws through her presentation, “Criminalization and Alcoholism, Indigenous Sites of Sare in 1960s and 1970s Downtown LA.”
Long Beach State students, alumni and a parent share why they voted in the 2020 Presidential Election.
Staff and students at Long Beach State share how they are not letting the coronavirus pandemic get in the way of their Día de los Muertos celebrations.
Shop owners on Fourth Street recount the hardships the coronavirus pandemic has caused them but revel in the supportive community it has brought them from the community.