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Leaders in the Cambodian community worry that the closure of cultural restaurant La Lune Thmey in December 2019 may have been the beginning of the loss of one of the city’s most well-known and identifiable corridors, particularly as developers see potential in the area.
Best friends Joty Kaur, 28, and Lucy Singleton, 30, are always catching people by surprise with their youth and "remixed" Mexican food.
California Swaging & Cable Products Co., which manufactures metal cable assemblies, was established in 1947, and has been under the same family ownerships for more than 50 years.
Award-winning barber Shawdee Wilson cuts the straightest lines, blends the smoothest fades, sharpens the strictest 90-degree angles, and carves intricate designs on any part...
A new space, called Children of the Avenues (or C.O.T.A. for short), provides space at $50 an hour for pop-ups such as food vendors and others to sell their goods and get the word out about their products.
After a decade of business, owners of Kress Market in Downtown Long Beach threw a farewell party on Pine Avenue on Sunday, their last day open.
The new district, called El Mercado de Long Beach (“The market of Long Beach”), would be a space that could also help Latinos recover from the devastating impact of the coronavirus pandemic, as data shows this group was hit particularly hard.
Rigoberto Ramirez Sr. owned the Ramirez Strawberry Ranch in West Long Beach on Santa Fe Avenue and Arlington Street, a place where people from Long Beach and beyond would buy his sweet strawberries for the past 53 years.
Dollar Stix Filipino Exotic Grill, a new restaurant that opened in December in West Long Beach, aims to stand out from the small bunch of Filipino venues sprinkled across the area with its signature street food.
Many residents, as well as some city leaders, including Mayor Robert Garcia, have shown displeasure over the move.