The CRay Project founded the new community event series “When Art Happens” to showcase performing artists to a Zoom and in-person audience.
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Food service has always been an integral part of our society. As the pandemic continues, takeout food soars in its importance.
One of the few industries that has remained open throughout the coronavirus pandemic, grocery workers have been propelled from minimum wage hourly associates to essential employees.
Although Long Beach State is mostly empty this fall, the on-campus Amazon Hub Locker remains operating as an in-person, essential business for the Long Beach community.
Supreme Court Justice Ruth Bader Ginsburg is mourned by thousands across the country. Mourners in Long Beach, California, took to the steps of the Gov. George Deukmejian Courthouse Sat. night to honor her memory.
Jenn Nidoy started Niyama Design Studios when people started to express interest in her home sewn masks. With 450 masks sold, Nidoy and her family have learned the challenges and joys of running a small business.
A letter to the Long Beach State community.
Senior Africana studies major Gregory Gasco used to perform six times a week on average as his drag alter ego, Paradisa Lahore. But as bars and clubs closed indefinitely in adherence to state-wide social distancing mandates, many drag artists like Gasco are left without a stage to perform. But the[Read More…]
The Daily Forty-Niner, in conjunction with the Long Beach Post, held a live-streamed conference with President Jane Close Conoley, April 9. Conoley answered COVID-19-related questions that were submitted by the Long Beach State community.
In the first episode of Gray Area, Daily Forty-Niner editors Perry Continente and Manuel Valladares sit down to discuss their opposing views about the value of protest voting. A protest vote is one cast in an election to show dissatisfaction with the candidates or political system.