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For anyone living in Southern California in the 90s, Sublime was a force to be reckoned with. And when 40 oz. to Freedom came ...On March 23, 2017 / By Brian Addison
While last year saw Long Beach rise the most amongst all California cities in terms of rent growth, it now has another crown that stokes fears ...On March 21, 2017 / By Brian Addison
Illustration by David Van Patten.
One of Long Beach’s most prolific and respected artists, David Van Patten, is leading the charge in bringing our city quite arguably one of ...On March 17, 2017 / By Brian Addison
Long Beach Needs This is a series that addresses two things: Long Beach’s infamous “Manhattanitis,” where our people tend to stick to all-things-Long-Beach while rarely stepping outside and ...On March 16, 2017 / By Brian Addison
Photos by Brian Addison.
For a look into pictures from previous Grand Prix-views, click here.
Make no mistake: the first ciclovía Long Beach ever had wasn’t through a Beach ...On March 15, 2017 / By Brian Addison
Above: Wild Chive Vegan Brunch at Portfolio. Photo courtesy of Stacy Michelson.
The Vegan Revolution continues in Long Beach: following the announcement of Seabirds coming to 4th St. ...On March 14, 2017 / By Brian Addison
Our ongoing series, Long Beach Lost, was launched to examine buildings and places that have either been demolished, are set to be demolished, or are in motion to possibly ...On March 9, 2017 / By Brian Addison
Photo above and below courtesy of Seabirds.
Vegans and veggie lovers should be ecstatic that food truck pioneer Seabirds Kitchen is opening a brick-and-mortar at 965 E 4th St. at ...On March 8, 2017 / By Brian Addison
Today is opening day of the LA Galaxy’s season—and Long Beach Transit (LBT) has partnered with the StubHub Center, home to the Galaxy, to provide free shuttles to ...On March 4, 2017 / By Brian Addison
Photo above courtesy of Juxtapoz. Rendering below courtesy of the DLBA.
First came the rainbows. Then came the piano keys. Now, more creative crosswalks will invade the streets of ...On March 3, 2017 / By Brian Addison
Our ongoing series, Long Beach Lost, was launched to examine buildings and places that have either been demolished, are set to be demolished, or are in motion to possibly ...On February 28, 2017 / By Brian Addison
Photos by Brian Addison. Historical photos and video courtesy of Kelvin Anderson Sr.
In the matter of six hours on May 24, 1972, Kelvin Anderson Sr.’s life went from ...On February 27, 2017 / By Brian Addison
Renderings courtesy of the City of Long Beach. To see all the renderings, scroll through the gallery above.
Following outreach meetings that began last summer and went through to ...On February 24, 2017 / By Brian Addison