After two years, one of the biggest car shows in California returns to Long Beach.
Despite the decline in car thefts on Long Beach State’s campus, graduate student and victim Alvin Huynh feels University Police aren’t doing enough to address the issue.
2008 CSULB alumni Ryan ZumMallen’s new book, “Slow Car Fast” makes cars understandable for anyone.
The stands were packed with drifting fans from around the world as they came to witness some of the most skilled drivers go head-to-head to see who would claim victory of the season opener event. After hours of ringing around the track, Odi Bakchis was crowned the winner.
As another semester begins at Long Beach State, many students still find themselves in the same struggle with parking. Spring semester parking has become increasingly impacted. There are 14,090 parking spots on campus and 20,000 permits are sold a year, according to Robyn Ames-Woodyard, director of operations, finance management at[Read More…]
Thousands of fans from all around the world poured into the stands of the Long Beach racetrack Saturday to watch professional drivers slide loud and powerful custom cars around the track, kicking off the 15th annual season of Formula DRIFT. The vehicles roaring around the track were judged by driving[Read More…]
The smell of gasoline wafted into the crowd as freestyle motocross riders turned, flipped and whipped their bikes every which way Thursday night, signaling the start of the Long beach Grand Prix. Thunder Thursday and the Lifestyle expo at the Grand Prix brought action sports to Long Beach residents and[Read More…]
While out working one night, an Uber driver saw a post on the wall of a Facebook group page called Uber Drivers United announcing a meeting time and a Hollywood address with no explanation. He decided that it would be interesting to plug the address into his GPS and go[Read More…]