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Cambodian artifacts now exhibited at Getty Museum; LB residents to perform

February 25, 2011

Cambodia is renowned for the extraordinary art produced during the Angkor period of the Khmer empire, between the ninth and the 15th centuries, when sculptors mastered the art of bronze casting and created profound images of Hindu and Buddhist divinities. Read More »...

Two Long Beach maestros appointed to noted symphony orchestras

February 25, 2011

Long Beach Symphony Orchestra recently announced that Music Director Enrique Arturo Diemecke and Principal POPS! Conductor Steven Reineke have been appointed to noted symphony orchestras. Read More »...

A partnership that’s ‘in the bag’

February 25, 2011

The Long Beach Police Pipe Band was introduced at the opening ceremonies of the Scottish Festival last weekend at the Queen Mary Seawalk. Read More »...

CSULB’s Chinese film, culture fest to kickoff animation competition

October 15, 2010

California State University, Long Beach (CSULB) is hosting the 2010 Chinese Film and Culture Festival now through Thursday, Oct. 21.  Read More »...

First Fridays to kick off July 4th weekend with eclectic offerings that include fire dancing

July 2, 2010

The July 2 First Fridays event will kick off the Independence Day holiday weekend in Bixby Knolls with a blast of art, music, and community. The festivities will include fire dancing from Sirena Serpentina, car art, music by The Potentia...

Fans of Japan

July 2, 2010

Participants of all ages wear kimonos and accessories in preparation for the traditional Japanese ondo dance presentation at the Long Beach Japanese Cultural Center's annual Japanese festival last Saturday. The Center ho...

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