Founder of Heart of Ida Dina Berg shares how the Long Beach nonprofit has worked to keep seniors in Long Beach fed, informed and connected in the past year.
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
Voices for Justice: Equity & Arts series featured civil rights attorney Benjamin Crump, who has represented the families of Breonna Taylor, Trayvon Martin and George Floyd. During the event, Crump explained persistent police violence and the steps to take to overcome it and seek justice for all.
Building generations of success: How the College of Engineering is supporting women with 100+ Women Strong
Long Beach State has a new program that is spearheaded by women from engineering and computer science, meant to support current students through mentorship and professional development. It’s just one program the college has to continue addressing the gap between the number of women pursing the field versus men.
In honor of National Puppy Day, Long Beach Animal Care Services and Live Love Animal Rescue share how finding forever homes for animals in their care has increased amid the coronavirus pandemic.
Over a year in the making, MarinaHacks will go live on March 27, the first women-centric hackathon at Long Beach State. While the environment will highlight women, its goal includes promoting inclusivity and collaboration in a space safe that welcomes beginners and anyone interested.
In this film review, reporter Christian Lopez discusses the highly-anticipated Zack Snyder cut of “Justice League,” which gathers some of the biggest heroes in the DC Universe and yet proved to disappoint many fans upon release in 2017.
CSULB’s Racial Justice in Education Series shows that representation builds better experiences for students
A panel of three Black women educators joined the College of Education to discuss how diverse faculty at schools are necessary for student success and how their experiences as students has influenced their work in education.
Pati Delmar released her single “I Could Be Your Only” in January 2021 complete with a music video. But her journey getting to this point has been a long time in the making.
The Social Justice Entrepreneurship Program is a four week workshop designed to teach business owners or those interested on how to turn a profit while supporting a community’s wellbeing.
The antique shop based in Hawaiian Gardens has made a name for itself with its rainforest-themed interior and variety of vintage finds. As owner Gum Cabug celebrates 24 years, she shares what makes the business so special.