As part of the Carpenter Center’s Wit and Wisdom series, the “Radiolab” co-host will be bringing to CSULB students his one-man show, “The Miracle of Indoor Plumbing,” on Nov. 16.
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Wiccan culture continues to be mythicized as evil, a theory that some local practitioners want to debunk.
Veterans, city officials and the public were all present for Long Beach’s Veteran’s Day Parade, which rallied through a large portion of Atlantic Avenue.
The tragic love story is countrified by Brandi Carlile’s album “Bear Creek” in the Long Beach State production.
As National First-Generation College Student day approaches, different departments came together Nov. 7 to celebrate the school’s first-gen students.
The event, put on by the information technology department, allowed everyone to see what new and upcoming innovations the university has to offer.
The documentary, co-directed by Almaraz’s widow, Elsa Flores Almaraz, tells all about the artist’s personal demons and struggles.
Long Beach’s Monday Night Market returned for another evening on Nov. 4. Though the food and loud music are alluring enough to passersby, the vendors there make the market special.
The drama, wrote and directed by Ryan Bergez, class of 2007, had a two-day premiere at the Long Beach Arts Theatre Nov. 2 and 3.
As a way to involve itself with aspiring musicians, Ensemble Mik Nawooj will be allowing CSULB students to join part of its Nov. 8 show at the Carpenter Performing Arts Center.