Gun ‘N Roses slammed President Donald Trump and his response to the coronavirus pandemic with a t-shirt for sale that reads “Live ‘N Let Die With COVID 45.” The rock band unveiled the new shirt on its Twitter account on Wednesday, and posted it on its merchandise website. Live N’ Let Die…
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John Morris, who heads up another Long Beach fireworks party on the water, Big Bang on the Bay, has a contract for his event for July 3. “I’m holding …
The Tuesday nights “Girls Night In” party is part of The Second City’s improv school’s roster of new online shows happening as a result of the novel coronavirus pandemic. (Photo courtesy The Second City).
The Second City improv school and troupe has brought its comedy shows online.
Join the free watch party for Pacific Opera Project’s Nintendo-style take on Mozart’s “The Magic Flute”
Chef Jose Andres’ nonprofit, World Central Kitchen, is not only serving meals to 7,000 seniors in Long Beach a week, but also providing jobs at local …
FILE – In this file photo released by The Public Theater, Lin-Manuel Miranda, foreground, performs with members of the cast of the musical “Hamilton” in New York. A group dedicated to studying Alexander Hamilton will gather Thursday, July 7, 2016, in New Jersey. One of the researchers, Michael Newton, says that he has traced the story that Martha Washington named her feral tomcat after Hamilton to a piece of satire written by a man described as a British captain. The tale is included in a song in the hit Broadway show “Hamilton” and in the biography that it’s based on. (Joan Marcus/The Public Theater via AP, File) MANDATORY CREDIT
The release to streaming comes more than a year earlier than the originally planned theatrical release.
A woman wearing a face masks visits the Disneyland amusement park in Shanghai on May 11, 2020. – Disneyland Shanghai reopened on May 11 to the public after being closed since January due to the COVID-19 coronavirus outbreak. (Photo by Hector Retamal, AFP via Getty Images)
Apps could lead guests on guided tours of the parks, avoiding lines and maintaining social distancing.