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Long Beach Opera’s New Programming Keeps the Music Coming During COVID-19

By Greggory Moore, Curtain Call Columnist In the time of COVID-19, opera has been deemed inessential. Worse yet, given...

Long Beach Opera Announced Interim Artistic Advisor

LONG BEACH - Long Beach Opera announced its interim artistic advisors, Yuval Sharon who worked with opera leadership to plan the 2021 season. He...

New “King Arthur”: Half Baroque, Half Contemporary Political Commentary, Mixed Results

By Greggory Moore, Curtain Call Columnist Don't know much about Henry Purcell's King Arthur? That's just as well for seeing Long Beach Opera's new, completely...

LBO’s Central Park Five Successfully Takes on Epic Questions of Equal Justice

By Greggory Moore, Curtain Call Columnist In 1990, five boys went to jail for a brutal attack on a female jogger in Central Park. Problem...

A Preview of Long Beach Opera’s: The Central Park Five

By Greggory Moore, Curtain Call Columnist  In 1989, a white jogger in New York’s Central Park was raped and beaten so badly she was administered...

Kafka’s “In the Penal Colony”

Not Quite Able to Deliver on Its Compelling Concept By Greggory Moore, Curtain Call Columnist There is no one like Franz Kafka for dramatizing the cruelty...

Long Beach Opera “Conversations” Have Multicultural Aims

By Greggory Moore, Arts Columnist Judging from the audience at a Long Beach Opera performance, you would never guess that this little big city occupying...

Where Poe and Día de los Muertos Meet

By Terelle Jerricks, Managing Editor It is generally his place of birth or the place where he met his demise that the major Edgar Allan...

Curtain Call: Not Enough Love Potion to Cast a Spell

By Greggory Moore, Curtain Call Columnist There’s a curious juxtaposition at the heart of The Love Potion. Based on a modern (1900) retelling of the...

Bureaucracy Beats All in “The Consul”

As far as opera’s go, The Consul qualifies as modern. First performed in 1950, Gian Carlo Menotti’s bleaker-than-bleak tale of one woman’s struggle to...

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Help for Homeowners: Webinar Aug. 12

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Rancho Palos Verdes Forms First Sister City Relationship with Sakura City

During a virtual ceremony held Aug. 4, officials in both cities highlighted a long-running student exchange program and signed proclamations establishing their sister city relationship.

Gov. Newsom Announces $81.8 Million in Commitments to Support Isolation and Quarantine Efforts in Communities Disproportionately Impacted by COVID-19

This new initiative expands on the previously announced grant funding from the Centers for Disease Control and Prevention.

Port of Long Beach, City Partner for Free Drive-In Movies

Twilight Cinema movies come to Long Beach