A small group of local activists gathered in front of the Long Beach City Hall Wednesday afternoon to call for unity in the community as the country awaits the results of the presidential election.
Daily Forty-Niner · Beach Weekly S5E11 — Remembering loved ones beachCU.com Thank you to Southland Credit Union for sponsoring this episode of Beach Weekly. This week, News Editor Julia Terbeche talks about the recent passing of Vahe Kludjian, a professor of civil engineering at CSULB, and Arts and Life Editor[Read More…]
A Día de los Muertos caravan travels through the Washington neighborhoods in Long Beach in observance of the holiday weekend.
Olvera Street provides a glimpse of a Día de los Muertos tradition that is embedded with crafty altars to honor the deceased during the pandemic.
Daily Forty-Niner · Reel Talk – The Best of Horror for Halloween In this episode of Reel Talk, an Arts and Life segment, host and Arts and Life editor Paris Barraza invites the Daily Forty-Niner staff to share some of their favorite horror films in honor of the spooky holiday[Read More…]
Daily Forty-Niner staff shares their favorite Halloween candy picks.
Daily Forty-Niner · Beach Weekly S5E10 — Welcome to the mask-erade Thanks to Southland Credit Union for sponsoring this special Halloween-themed episode of Beach Weekly! This week, News Editor Julia Terbeche talks about the history of Halloween and previews our latest photo story, featuring spookily decorated houses in Long Beach,[Read More…]
Daily Forty-Niner · Arts and Life | Story Roundup In this episode of Arts and Life, Paris Barraza, Daily 49er Arts and Life editor, is joined by Arts and Life assistant editor Celeste Huecias and Video assistant editor Lauren Berny to share the latest stories in or coming to Arts and Life. Listen on[Read More…]
When safer at home orders were put into place, the emotional strain of solitude began to take its toll.
LA residents affected by environmental pollution march against Exide’s abandonment of recycling plant
A court ruling approved in a Delaware bankruptcy court allowed Exide, a toxic battery recycling plant, to abandon its facility, leaving taxpayers with cleanup costs.