SteelCraft

Using Repurposed Shipping Containers to Bring the Community Together with Artisan Drinks and Food. You wouldn't expect to see an urban eatery off of Bixby Road and Long Beach Blvd., but SteelCraft has managed to find a balance between the industrial and the domestic. Tucked in the Bixby Knolls neighborhood of Long Beach, Calif. SteelCraft … Continue reading SteelCraft

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The Broad

When The Broad Museum opened in 2015, it was all the rage. My news feeds were blasted with friends posting photos of themselves in front of the larger-than-life balloons, and the dining room set that appeared to be made for giants. It seemed to something new and fun, and I was happy to finally experience … Continue reading The Broad

Mules & Tacos

Why making Taco Tuesday's a tradition was the best thing I could have done for myself, and you should start too.  This tradition happened by accident. I found myself looking forward to this day of the week that, with the help of inexpensive food and a nice drink, helps me forget that there are still three … Continue reading Mules & Tacos

Craft Beer at The Beach

The first ever Long Beach Craft Beer Festival took place this past weekend on the track & field at CSULB, and thanks to winning two tickets from CSULB's College Beat TV I was able to enjoy over 50 different breweries. There was a DJ and live music at the event, in addition to a game … Continue reading Craft Beer at The Beach

The Attic in Belmont Heights

If you live in Long Beach, you might already know about the little gem on 3441 E Broadway in between Redondo Avenue and Newport Avenue. The Attic is an adorable craftsman style house that serves a menu rich in both flavor and creativity. The most famous dish is probably their "Mac N' Cheetos." A delicious … Continue reading The Attic in Belmont Heights

Museum of Broken Relationships

After the tears, and after it is all said and done, all that some of us have left from our broken relationship is a box of memories stashed under our beds. The teddy bears, the cards, the photographs, all constant reminders of what has ended. The Museum of Broken Relationships uses these artifacts as a … Continue reading Museum of Broken Relationships

College Night at LACMA

Maybe my last Tuesday could have been spent studying, reading, or finishing assignments, however, the Los Angeles County Museum of Art’s “College Night” pulled me in and I had to do some exploring. It was my first experience at the museum, and I was happy to be experiencing it on a night that was laid … Continue reading College Night at LACMA