UPCOMING EVENTS

november, 2022

Arts + Entertainment

Historical Cemetery Tour Costume Contest

The Historical Society of Long Beach and LB Living are collaborating to bring you the first Historical Cemetery Tour COSTUME CONTEST! Whether Victorian, Roaring ’20s, or Steampunk, we invite you to enter…

Business + Community

Holiday Traditions with Long Beach Living

The holiday season is here! This is usually a time for celebrations, family gatherings, and delicious food. It allows people to have the opportunity to spend time with their loved ones and…

Tamales Across The World

Tamales have been a staple among Latin American countries for centuries at this point. This iconic food is made from corn masa, stuffed or mixed with various ingredients, and steamed after it…

Native American Heritage Month

The first time the Indigenous heritage was celebrated as a holiday in America was back in May 1916, in New York. Established by the Blackfeet Nation member Red Fox James, who sought…

7th Annual Día de Los Muertos Celebration

Long Beach will be holding its seventh annual Dia de Muertos Festival. This event is set to begin on November 5th, and is set to take place from noon to 10pm in…

Long Beach Airport’s Festival of Flight is Back!

The Long Beach Festival of Flight 2022 will be held on October 29 from 10 a.m. to 4 p.m. at Long Beach Airport. The festival is family friendly, free, and welcomes all…

FLAVORS OF LONG BEACH

The Long Beach Pizza Tour

At first glance, Long Beach is not a city that conjures images of pizza. New Yorkers are hard-pressed to say that Los Angeles has any good pizza, much less Long Beach. However,…

La Tarantella Dances with Dining

As you waltz down Fourth Street, you’ll find that most of the energy is concentrated between Cherry and Junipero. The Art Theatre. The trendy restaurants. The extravagant thrifting. The excess in Boho-chic.…

This hidden Italian gem in East Long Beach seeks to present classic hospitality in a world increasingly removed from connection

In an age where food is increasingly removed from the hands that make and serve it—amid the rise of Postmates and ghost kitchens—Lorenzo Mottola of Vino e Cucina seeks to create a return to classic Italian hospitality in an area of Long Beach long known for lacking quality food.

A Slice of New York Among Long Beach’s Pizza Row

Long Beach is a city with genuinely good pizza. To those who are East Coast transplants, however, many of them find a “good pizza” to be scarce. Nothing remotely compares to New…

Padre’s continued focus on pan-Latin American cuisine make it a gem for the food community

With Guadalajara-based Chef Manuel Buñuelos still overseeing the menu after formally starting his own project, Padre’s menu continues to explore all aspects of Latin American food. This is a part of Flavors of…

Michael’s on Naples introduced Long Beach to farm-to-table food—and continues to do so 15 years in

Echoing his own experience in Italy, Michael’s on Naples General Manager Massimo Arrone saw potential in mimicking that experience in Long Beach—an effect that continues over a decade later. This is a…