While the CSULB community hunkers down at home in adherence to the “safer at home” initiative, here are eight free or low-cost options for students to stay entertained while practicing proper social distancing.
In this episode of Beach Weekly Arts, hosts Julia and Celeste sit down with local musician HeyDeon for a recurring segment known as Band Banter. Deon Williams Jr, is a Long Beach native, who started exploring music during his time at Polytechnic High School.
The CSULB Laptop Ensemble uses programming software Max to create music through their laptops. While it may seem unconventional, the ensemble provides an opportunity to create something new in a traditional setting.
In the first episode of Cramped Concerts, local artist Reuben Fillies sits down with the Daily Forty-Niner to play some of his newest original music. Fillies writes about personal experiences including his girlfriend and life growing up in South Africa.
Houses along Naples Island light up for the holiday season for the community to enjoy.
In recent years, Korean pop music has achieved a new level of popularity in the U.S. Members of the CSULB community weighed in on why they have become part of the obsession.
As the holiday season gets underway, the Bob Cole Conservatory of Music will be holding its 40th annual Winter Festival Concert to celebrate the holidays with songs and carols.
The indie pop band released their fourth studio album, taking an optimistic look at the ups and downs in life.
The album reflects confidence through her recognizable indie-pop style. The Swedish singer-songwriter returns with a fresh take on life.
The short series features student artists at CSULB and the work they create outside of school. Next up is second-year student Dustin Ngo, a double major in chemical engineering and music.