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The Creative Communal Market was held on April 25, featuring small-business owners who shared their products for the Long Beach community to check out. For many vendors, in-person events like this market are critical for their business.
Travon Free, writer and co-director of “Two Distant Strangers,” won an Oscar for the short film at the 93rd Academy Awards. The film follows a young man who finds himself stuck in a time loop, forcing him to relieve a police encounter that ends in his death.
The Department of Communication invited four panelists to speak at “Here There Then Now,” a virtual event discussing the power language has when naming and describing land, which in turn can affect the communities native to it.
Three students from the Department of Dance will be showcasing their pieces in a pre-filmed, live-streamed production. Each piece highlights their work as choreographers and their approaches to dance.
As CSULB offers more in-person classes for fall 2021, Bob Cole Conservatory of Music and the Film and Electronic Arts Department share more about what students may have access to next semester beyond in-person instruction.
Drake Woodson is the owner of Relics, a vintage camera store in Long Beach. Woodson opened the business in February and is using the storefront to show that the field of photography can be accessible to anyone.
The once in-person festival in Cambodia Town is continuing virtually for the second year in a row due to the coronavirus pandemic. The event will take place on April 24, celebrating a theme of diversity.
Surviving the pandemic and doing it while practicing sustainability is no small task. But, Fine Feathers Kombucha has been able to adapt and grow from the challenges posed by COVID-19.
What started as an idea with its roots in Cuba has now taken home locally.