423 Shoreline Village Drive, Long Beach, CA, USA

Christine Nakamura is a Financial Services Professional at NYLIFE Securities and New York Life Insurance Company. She leverages her extensive leadership and educational abilities to focus on her clients needs. Working carefully to create trust, build knowledge, and use that to develop a personalized plan that fits clients and their goals. She and her husband, Steve Nakamura, also established “Ancient Vine Studio” six years ago in Long Beach to support a growing career in art. They raised two sons through the growing pains of high school and one joining the Marine Corps. As a wife, mom, and member of the Long Beach community she looks forward to helping others.

 Intensively active in the arts community and focused on helping non-profits succeed in their endeavors. Christine is a very active Board Member for Musique Sur La Mer a fantastic children’s orchestra. She helped them make the permanent move to Long Beach as they celebrate their 20th anniversary, and they are an added bonus to the Shoreline village experience. Other organizations that have her full support; California Families in Focus, Long Beach Opera, Long Beach Architecture week, Long Beach Arts Council, and Ronald McDonald House. She loves the diversity of Long Beach and cares about the community.


2201 East Willow Street, Signal Hill, CA, USA

Votre Allure offers exclusive group parties and customized private treatments at your home, business or favorite salon.

  • We love events…and so does your wallet.
  • Host your own party and get special pricing and free Botox®.
  • Let’s help you plan a day that your friends won’t stop talking about!

Our small but mighty treatment menu is based on our expertise and a commitment to using the most advanced technology and products available—at the hands of the industry’s best and brightest.

Less is More

Our mission is to provide a personalized consultation and the treatments that best suit you.

We don’t oversell. (No duck lips here!)

For more information and answers to specific questions, please call 877-250-8232.

Follow us on instagram for exclusive specials and promotions @votreallure

195 East 4th Street, Long Beach, CA, USA

We are a professional salon, located in Downtown Long Beach Ca


We provide hair and massage services.
YES! At the same time, or book a single private session.   Many prefer both, receiving hair treatment and a foot massage!  What do you prefer?

Mary has been providing the best color and cut for over 7 years.  Many clients brag how quickly their hair grows back due to Mary’s touch!

Beckham has been providing massages for over 9 years.  Bringing and elevating the body’s healing experience to a whole different level!

Joey is our go to barber/stylist. He specializes in men’s and women’s cuts!  Clients love joeys warmth and vibe!

This is the only place you’ll need to visit when you come to LONG BEACH!

Long Beach, CA, USA

Hair| Makeup| Eyelash extensions| Brazilian Blowouts| Follow me on Instagram @luminarosa for more looks!

1525 Pier J Ave E, Long Beach, CA 90802, United States

Buy best storage containers | Used shipping containers for sale in the Long Beach, CA, Area. Pelican Containers specializes in delivering quality shipping, storage and cargo containers to all of Long Beach.

5500 East 2nd Street, Suite 2, Long Beach, CA 90803, USA

Sennikoff Architects is an intimate architectural practice specializing in the design of Custom Homes, Residential Remodels and Additions, ADUs, Residential Care Facilities for the Elderly and Residential Developments.

We take great pride in providing innovative yet appropriate design solutions, implementing best practices procedures specifically tailored for each individual project while performing beyond our clients’ expectations.


2501 Cherry Ave. Suite #150, Signal Hill CA 90755
Shelbe was born in Taipei, Taiwan and came to USA when she was 12. Then, she was raised in Irvine, Orange County, California. She moved to Long Beach in 2005 and has lived in the surrounding area since.
In the early 2016, Shelbe and her significant other at the time were looking to buy and sell their home. That was the time when she developed her passion towards real estate. With her artistic and creativity background, she also enjoys home designs inside and around the house.
From that personal experience, she learned and understands that the role of a real estate agent is invaluable. Throughout the process, she understands that we are not dealing with some fungible good, we’re dealing with emotions, someone’s home–a place where the seller’s memories were made and where the buyer wishes to make new ones for their future. This is a highly personal transaction, and the potential for conflicts are extremely high.
With that being said, she does know how important it is to find your dream home or get your best offer on your property. Whether you are a first time home buyer, or need to relocate, retiring or an experienced investor, she can help you along with her honest, caring, trustworthy and willing to commit characters.
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Long Beach, CA, USA

Every building has a story to tell. Understanding its past is a key to its present and even to its future.

Through her company, HouStories, Maureen Neeley, MLIS, has researched over 400 properties in the past twelve years. A full house history is most often-requested, but she consults for realtors, developers, and designers who seek specific information about a property’s history. She also presents workshops, tutorials and tours for neighborhoods, the public and real estate offices on historic preservation.

She works in nearly every neighborhood of Long Beach, including: Cal Heights, Bixby Knolls, Country Club, Alamitos Heights, Belmont Shore, Naples, Belmont Heights, Bluff Park, Bluff Heights, Rose Park, Alamitos Beach, Willmore City, Wrigley, the East Village, and Downtown.

Architecturally, the properties run the gamut from Victorian to Mid-Century Modern. Tudor, California Craftsman, Bungalows, Rancho, Mediterranean Revival, Spanish Colonial Revival, Victorian, French Normandy, Italian Revival, Swiss Chalet, and Shingle-Style are just some of the fascinating design styles that can be found in Long Beach.

Interested in landmarking your property or applying for the Mills Act? Call HouStories!

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301 Atlantic Long Beach CA 90802


Feline Good Social Club offers our guests a special opportunity to socialize with cats and people in a fun, comfortable, and playful environment. Guests are free to play with the cats while relaxing, working, or having a special event. The lounge will offer ample seating, complimentary Wi-Fi, and working space for everyone. Whether you are a cat lover or just want to try something new and exciting, we encourage you to experience Feline Good Social Club. Come visit us and enjoy a PURR-fectly wonderful time!


cat lounge

noun  |  cat · lounge

variants: or less commonly cat café

= A comfortable, casual establishment where guests can interact with cats in a safe and relaxed atmosphere with the goal of placing cats for adoption.


5500 E Atherton St Suite 216, Long Beach, CA 90815
Dedicated to helping seniors stay safely in their homes as they age and to supporting the family caregivers who struggle to do it all. Serving Long Beach, California and surrounding communities.
Senior Care Services including:
• Companionship
• Assistance with Personal Care (Toileting, Bathing)
• Meal Preparation
• Light Housekeeping
• Shopping/ Errands
• Medication Reminders
• Escorts to Doctors Appointments
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110 N Marina Dr, Long Beach, CA 90803


While Ballast Point no longer falls into the category of craft brewery after Constellation Brands purchased it in 2015, the brewery definitely has an impact on the Long Beach beer scene. In a beautiful location with ocean views and great food, this brewery is a destination to enjoy.

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233 E Anaheim St, Long Beach, CA 90813


Trademark is the new kid in town that we’re all drawn to. With an impressive selection of beers on tap in an amazing space, you’re certain to find an old friend along with an intriguing new acquaintance. No matter what, try the Acending Percussion Kolsch and the Batch One Farmhouse Ale.

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3671 Industry Ave C1, Lakewood, CA 90712


Timeless Pints is another brewery that’s not actually in Long Beach, but with a location right next to Long Beach airport and so supportive of the Long Beach community, it shouldn’t be missed. Even though it’s Lakewood’s only microbrewery, you will regularly find members of the Long Beach Homebrewers Association bellied up to the bar at Timeless. Many of their beers aren’t just cleverly named, but have an interesting story to go along with them.

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1136 E. Willow St, Long Beach, CA 90755


Although not technically in Long Beach, Ten Mile Brewing in Signal Hill is certainly worth including here. A large, inviting tap room along with a welcoming communal atmosphere makes this brewery a wonderful destination. The father and son duo of Jesse and Dan Sundstrom have brewed a large variety of styles that will satisfy even the most discerning beer enthusiast. Ten Mile is one of the few breweries anywhere producing a Kentucky Common, one of only a handful of truly American styles. And while you’re there don’t forgot to say hello to Barley, the brewery’s furry four-legged family member.


2936 Clark Ave, Long Beach, CA 90815


Located near the airport, Steady Brew offers a solid va- riety of styles in a setting that makes you feel at home. This tap room is a great place to watch the game. Try the Playa Larga, a light, easy drinking Mexican lager.


518 W Willow St, Long Beach, CA 90806


Open since 2017, Long Beach Beer Lab is an inviting space where science and brewing come together. You can fall in love with the Dreamsicle IPA or let yourself try something out of the ordinary with the Hell of the North, a Flanders Style Sour Red Ale/Wine Hybrid. And in addition to all of the wonderful beers, the bakery with it s artisan breads and pizzas is equally as impressive.


3630 Atlantic Ave, Long Beach, CA 90807


If you walked into Liberation Brewing in Bixby Knolls for the first time on a recent Saturday you might have thought you were in the wrong place. In front of you would have been a yoga class in progress. But upon closer inspection it would all become clear. This wasn’t just a yoga class…it was a yoga class with beer! In addition to yoga, Liberation also offers a recurring series titled “Beer & Politics” where local politicians, city planners and other movers and shakers discuss what’s happening in Long Beach that impacts us all. And to top it all off, Liberation offers an array of beers that will keep you coming back for more…yoga or not. Try the Seven of Nine Nelson Pale Ale. You could drink it all day long.


4244 Atlantic Ave, Long Beach, CA 90807


Located in Bixby Knolls, this brewery and restaurant has a warm, neighborhood bar feel
to it. But don’t let that deceive you. Owner Jason Van Fleet keeps an impressive curated selection of guest beers on tap alongside some of his own brews. One of those is the Anna, a wonderful American Amber / Red named after Jason’s lovely wife. After creating a wildly successful backyard Tiki Bar, also named Dutch’s, Jason and Anna decided to make it official and join the craft brewing world. And while you’re enjoying that beer, go ahead and order one of the pizzas they offer. You won’t be disappointed.

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25 39th Place, Long Beach, CA 90803


Not only was Belmont Brewing Company the brewpub pioneer in Long Beach, but it’s also the oldest such establishment in Los Angeles county. Located on the waterfront next to the Belmont Veterans Memorial Pier, you can sip on one of the brewery’s core beers while watching the ships pass by. Belmont Brewing is best known for one beer in particular that you have likely seen in stores around the area: the Strawberry Blonde.

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