Although food and culture have long been at the heart of the city, rising rent and chain restaurants could change that.
Things are slowly but surely getting worse. And even though it’s hard we need to make sweeping changes sooner rather than later.
This week students share their experiences with holiday food and their memories associated with it.
Long Beach locals bring the flavors and flair of Cuba to California through their innovative, vegan menu. Founded in 2018, LOBO Cuban Food, is quickly becoming a staple in the Latinx plant-based lifestyle scene.
After a year-long hiatus, The ASI hosted farmers market returned to the Friendship Walk for students to enjoy a variety of local foods.
Crowds from all over Long Beach flooded the Taste of Downtown event Wednesday and Thursday night. In addition to sampling food and drinks from over 20 diners, guests could play games and enjoy live music under the large showcase of fireworks.
Dining halls need to have healthier food options for students who rely on them in order to survive college while keeping extra pounds off.
As student hunger increasingly becomes a concern at Long Beach State, the school has offered a way for dorm residents to donate meals from their plan to those in need since 2015. The Feed A Need event from Feb. 3 to 9 allows students who are struggling with food stability[Read More…]
Before we can go home and celebrate the holidays with our loved ones, we must finish our last task of the semester: finals. With the dreaded week comes the inevitable scramble to find a spot to study and asking professors last minute questions. One thing the majority of college students[Read More…]
Pizza lovers have found their cheese covered haven on the intersection of Redondo Avenue and Broadway. Long Beach Pizza Co. was voted best pizza in the city by the Long Beach State campus. The classic and simply decorated restaurant and bar serves a variety of pizzas, pastas, desserts and more[Read More…]