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Tag: Retro Row
A local business that supports other local businesses is thriving on Fourth Street.
Controversy hits the Retro Row community as two businesses are forced to close.
Gary Farley opened Third Eye Records in Long Beach in 2011. Since then, the store has attracted customers to its rare finds, welcoming environment and a knowledgeable crew.
Long Beach bookstore Page Against The Machine offers a unique curation of books.
Despite bookstore declines and shakeouts, this local Long Beach bookstore embraced those challenges by sticking to its theme and curation.
Shop owners on Fourth Street recount the hardships the coronavirus pandemic has caused them but revel in the supportive community it has brought them from the community.
Nestled in “Retro Row,” 4th Street Vine is a small beer and wine bar which has charmed students at Long Beach State who voted it best place for live music. The bar, which rests on Fourth Street between Junipero and Cherry avenues, also serves as a gallery where local art[Read More…]