Throwing back with artists, fans and bloggers ahead of the new festival about where this 2010 indie pop nostalgia is coming from barely a decade later.
Tag: Queen Mary
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…]
Classes may be eternally over for some, but Long Beach has plenty of places for graduates to explore one last time before they say their final goodbye and venture off into the real world. Whether you’re looking for a place to grab a beer with friends or visit a relaxing[Read More…]
To push Long Beach’s notability, Mayor Robert Garcia said that he intends to add the city to the list of growing tech hubs in California, according to an L.A. Times article. To change Long Beach into a “startup” city would mean changing its entire composition, Dr. Burkhard Englert, the chair[Read More…]
Afloat the iconic 1936 ocean-liner-turned-hotel moored in Long Beach might be the last place one would expect to find a plaid sea of kilt-clad clans tapping their ghillies to blaring bagpipes and tossing 20-foot cabers. Queen Mary traded her sunbathing seals for sheep-herding demonstrations on Saturday at the 22nd annual[Read More…]
A large, neon hotel sign flashed above Third and Fourth Street. Its ‘20s-styled lettering and bright blue and pink colors stood tall above the neighboring buildings, proclaiming to its guests and passersby that the Dolly Varden Hotel had a bathtub in every room. “At the time it was built, a[Read More…]