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Solita offers Mexican street tacos, classic Mexican dishes, sweets and a wide selection of mezcal and tequila. The restaurant pulls inspiration from Baja California's laid-back casual style with fire pits, open bars and outdoor dining.
Portside Fish Co. joins independent restaurants Main Chick Hot Chicken, Oi Asian Fusion and Shomi Noods: Ramen Bar at the Uptown Commons retail space on Atlantic Avenue and Artesia Boulevard.
A multi-city construction project to reimagine Artesia Boulevard in Southern California is expected to break ground this winter. The once-in-a-generation investment—as one Long Beach official...
A top White House official in charge of overseeing the nation’s treasury visited Long Beach Wednesday to meet with small businesses that were shuttered by the pandemic.
Signal Hill planners are currently surveying land throughout the city to find future housing locations. Once identified, the properties can then be zoned for affordable housing.
A cargo ship stuck sideways in the Suez Canal shipping lane, one of the world’s busiest trade routes, in northern Africa is causing a major traffic jam for shipping companies around the world, which could divert ships to Long Beach that were not accounted for.
Takisha Clark, a single mother from Compton, felt she was on the right path to financial freedom, until a devastating loss knocked her life out of control.
Nickey McKnight’s self-made-boss mentality and Southern upbringing inspired her to open The Boujie Crab restaurant in North Long Beach—and despite opening during the COVID-19 pandemic, the upscale seafood restaurant is already making waves.
The Black Business Strategies program trains business owners on a number of techniques ranging from marketing strategies and social media use and offers one-on-one consulting.
Three companies in particular, Frontier Real Estate Investments, LAB Holding and Westland Real Estate Group, have all shown interest in bringing amenities and housing to North Long Beach.