Journalism

Planet 13 To Launch The World’s Second Largest Pot Shop In Santa Ana

Planet 13 To Launch The World’s Second Largest Pot Shop In Santa Ana

In Las Vegas, David Farris is used to seeing people with their bags and luggage ready to get legal pot from his dispensary before they even make it to their hotels, but an upcoming second location will see more local Orange County residents. Planet 13 Holdings Inc. will open shop in the city of Santa [...]

Long Beach Gallery Hosts Polish Day To Celebrate 30 Years Of Freedom

Long Beach Gallery Hosts Polish Day To Celebrate 30 Years Of Freedom

People of all ages filled a Long Beach art gallery on Saturday to celebrate 30 years of a free Poland. The fifth annual Polish Day in LA Festival was held in the Hellada Gallery, which is actually split into two separate spaces, with one containing wire-wrapped jewelry and the other displaying many artists’ works on the open [...]

Three LBSU greek members rescued after fire at sorority house

Three LBSU greek members rescued after fire at sorority house

Three Long Beach State sorority members were rescued from a second-story balcony Monday morning by the Long Beach Fire Department after a fire broke out in their sorority house on Eighth Street. Dispatchers at the LBFD received the emergency call at 5:35 a.m. and called the University Police Department for backup. “[The] first on scene [...]

Subculture Party Brings Rave Culture to DTSA

Subculture Party Brings Rave Culture to DTSA

The venue was pitch black with lasers darting back and forth across the dance floor. Women wore vibrant outfits with costume makeup, tutus, flashy tops and eerie contacts. Men wore dresses, high-heels or their finest drag attire. Handmade spaceship and alien decorations hung from the ceiling and people danced with bubble wands, spraying soapy orbs [...]

Students jived and swung to jazz music in the East Gym in the PE building Saturday. The space was transformed into a 1920s ballroom where people were able to playfully dance and shake their hips to the 8-count dance. Women wore flowy skirts, saddle oxfords, polka dots and large hair bows, while men wore traditional [...]