Aquarium of the Pacific hosts the 18th annual Moompetam American Indian Festival, which strives to raise awareness about local indigenous communities.
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Long Beach City Council unanimously authorizes $5 million loan request for Aquarium of the Pacific
As the pandemic continues to financially affect many businesses, the Long Beach City Council voted 9-0 to loan $5 million to the Aquarium of the Pacific.
CSULB students awarded scholarship from the Aquarium of the Pacific
Elishebah Tate-Pulliam and Danielle Sandoval are among the first group of recipients of the Aquarium of the Pacific’s new African American Scholar Program, which is meant to support diversity in the field of marine sciences.
72 Hours in Long Beach: Valentine’s Day Weekend
From the Long Beach Mardis Gras Festival to speed dating, the Daily Forty-Niner wrapped up the next 72 hours in Long Beach.
72 Hours in Long Beach: Ficklewood Ciderworks grand opening
From sign language choirs to an anti-war play, the Daily Forty-Niner wraps up the next 72 hours in Long Beach.
Ocean Resiliency fundraiser gala supports CSULB’s Shark Lab
The event helped raise funds for the university and the Aquarium of the Pacific while speakers stressed the importance of protecting oceans.
Red, white and what to do
The most patriotic day of the year is rapidly approaching. In the city of Long Beach, playing the role of an at-home pyrotechnician this Fourth of July is not only hazardous, but also illegal. If your plans got cancelled or you simply had no plans from the start here is[Read More…]
Five things to do in Long Beach before the summer ends
The time for cramming, losing sleep and living on Starbucks coffee has come to a close for the students of Cal State Long Beach. They now have the summer to look forward to in all its hot and sticky glory. Now that the semester is over, there are numerous opportunities[Read More…]
All Belmont Shore wants for Christmas is you
It was beginning to look a lot like Christmas in Belmont Shore Saturday night, as artificial snow fell on a not-so-winter wonderland while children danced in the streets like visions of sugar plum fairies. With neighboring streets lined by cars, residents left their doors open and some were content to[Read More…]
VIP Records sign saved, Aquarium of the Pacific receives loan
Long Beach’s world famous VIP Records sign will be relocated and made into a historical landmark after receiving unanimous approval from city council Tuesday night. The record store is known locally and internationally as a hip-hop icon, being the starting place of many artists such as Snoop Dogg, Nate Dogg[Read More…]