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AVENUE Q at the Long Beach Playhouse


Friday, Nov. 8 (8pm)

Saturday, Nov. 9 (8pm)

Sunday, Nov. 10 (2pm)

Friday, Nov. 15 (8pm)

Saturday, Nov. 16 (8pm)

Oct 18 – Nov 16, 2013


The Long Beach Playhouse

5021 E. Anaheim St.

(562) 494-1014

Winner of the Tony “Triple Crown” for Best Musical, Best Score and Best Book, AVENUE Q is part flesh, part felt, and all heart.

A laugh-out-loud musical that tells the timeless story of a recent college grad who moves into a shabby apartment all the way out on Avenue Q; a place where puppets are friends, Monsters are good and life lessons are learned.

He discovers that it’s clear that this is not your ordinary neighborhood. Together, Princeton and his new friends struggle to find jobs, dates, and their ever-elusive purpose in life.

Oct 18 – Nov 16, 2013

Director: Andrew Vonderschmitt

For tickets visit The Long Beach Playhouse website or call (562) 494-1014

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Thursday, Nov. 7 (8pm—10pm)
Friday, Nov. 8 (8pm—10pm)
Saturday, Nov. 9 (8pm—10pm)
Sunday, Nov. 10 (1pm)


CSULB Studio Theater

1250 Bellflower Blvd.
(562) 985-4042

Six awkward adolescents spell their way to acceptance in this charming Tony Award-winning musical. Join our contestants in celebrating the agony and ecstasy of competition.

Shows November 1, 2, 5, 6, 7, 8, 9 at 8 pm, and November 3 and 9 at 2 pm. Additionally, shows November 10 at 1 pm and 6 pm.

$15 General Admission; $12 Students/Seniors

For more information, please visit our website or call (562) 985-5526 

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Saturday, Nov. 9 (10am—11am)


Alamitos Beach
1 Junipero Ave.

Ongoing Food drive!
Free parking!
Student credit!

Want to help? We’d love that!

Due to the high volume of visitors each weekend this is one of Long Beach’s most affected shorelines. Every helping hand is much needed to clean up what doesn’t belong in this environment: Trash! The best way to help us is by volunteering at the next beach cleanup. Your hard work will be rewarded with cool drinks, a free lunch at THE PIKE Bar & Grill or Kafe Neo, and the chance to win amazing prices!

Supplies are on us and refreshments are provided by Whole Foods Market Long Beach! However, in order not to add more trash to the environment, we encourage you to bring you own reusable water bottles, gardening gloves, and recycle old bags.

Donate! We are proud to have a strong network of supporters in this neighborhood but we always appreciate donated refreshments or snacks for the beach cleanup.

Talk! Tell your friends, coworkers and network about us.Other ideas to help? Tell us about it

For more information, please visit our website or call (562) 256-6164 or e-mail us at

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Saturday, Nov. 9 (4pm—10pm)
Saturday, Dec. 14 (4pm—10pm)


East Village Arts District
First Street and Linden Ave
(562) 436-4259

This event have continued for over 15 years since 1997 every month, providing the neighborhood with a public exhibition space for all art forms. Independent, folk, grass root artists as well as professional artists. Musicians, dancers, theatre and street performers are encouraged to participate.

2nd Saturday Art Walk Arts Fair secures space for Long Beach Museum of Art, Museum of Latin American Art, Cal. State Long Beach Art Gallery and LBCC Art Gallery to include their exhibits together with smaller grass roots neighborhood organizations.

The monthly street closure on Linden Avenue between 1st Street and Broadway in Downtown Long Beach occurs on the second Saturday of each month from 4:00 PM to 10:00 PM.

There are spaces for 45 artists’ booths, two music locations and also a space for theatrical performers or any other form of artistic expression. Together with a street closure, local art galleries and businesses participate by hosting various art events.

2nd Saturday Art Walk welcomes all. Anyone can join as an audience and as artist. We have planned the event in such a way that whole communities can participate, regardles of their economic or cultural backgrounds.

Current program for upcoming Art Walk is available at

For more information, please visit our website or call (562) 682-9735 or e-mail us at

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Every Sunday


PCH & 2nd Street
E 2nd St & E Marina D

The Long Beach Southeast Farmer’s Market runs every Sunday from 9 a.m. to 2 p.m. Shop for produce, baked goods, nuts, jams, eggs and more.

For more information, please visit our website or call (866) 466-3834.

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Sunday, Nov. 10 (9:30am—11:30am)


Long Beach City College
4901 E Carson St
(562) 938-4353 

$30 Admission; $40 preferred seating; $10 student tickets at the door with valid Student I.D.

This Long Beach Camerata Singers special performance celebrates the artistry and dedication of our singers with repertoire from the past 40 years.

From opera choruses to baroque motets, modern choral masterpieces to romantic art-songs, you can expect an eclectic and inspired evening of beautiful singing!


  • Robert Istad, Conductor
  • Na-Young Moon, Piano
  • Timothy Durkovic, Piano

Select Repertoire Includes:

  • From Christ on the Mount of Olives:“Hallelujah!” – Ludwig von Beethoven
  • Water Night – Eric Whitacre
  • From Lux Aeterna: O Nata Lux” – Morten Lauridsen
  • My Lord, What a Mornin’ – Arr. H.T. Burleigh

For more information, please visit our website or call (562) 522-1045 or e-mail us

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Sunday, Nov. 10 (11am—1pm)


Cal Heights United Methodist Church
3759 Orange Ave.
(562) 595-1996

Come to an “Alternative Christmas Market.” This market provides an opportunity to buy handcrafted items such as clothing, home decor, ornaments, cards, handbags, toys, jewelry and more from non-profit cooperatives.

Organizations present include Red Bird Mission, Church World Service, Empowering Lives International, Africa Team Ministries, Guatemala Project, Habitat for Humanity, For the Child, and Wings of Hope in Haiti.

Pigs in a blanket, brown cow ice cream floats, and homemade pies will also be available for purchase to benefit Heifer Project.

Come shop for gifts or get something for yourself. You will receive a unique purchase and know that your gift will also mean self-sufficiency for someone else across the world.

Free admission.

For more information, please visit our website or call (562) 595-1996 or e-mail us at

Hotel Maya Latin Sunday Brunch13-11-06-4-49-Image-8830366720


Sunday, Nov. 10 (11am—2pm)


Hotel Maya
700 Queensway Drive
(562) 435-7676


$43.00 per adult and children, 13 and older; $21.50 for children, 12 and under; plus tax and gratuity.

Fuego’s Latin America culinary tour continues to Nicaragua in November as Executive Chef Victor Juarez presents the next Latin Brunch Series.

A special Nicaraguan musical performance by “FJ Reyes and Friends” will be featured during the culinary tour stop.

Fuego is also offering Nicaraguan food and drink specials daily throughout November with delicious Chili Relleno, Carne Asada and Orange Flan along with refreshing adult beverages including Macua and Nica Libre.

For more information, please visit our website or call (562) 481-3910 or e-mail us at

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