Richard Guzman, LB Press-Telegram

Richard Guzman

LB Press-Telegram

Los Angeles, CA, United States

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Recent:
  • LB Press-Telegram
  • O.C. Register
  • Pasadena Star News
  • Daily Bulletin
Past:
  • Redlands Daily Facts
  • The Sun
  • Daily Breeze
  • L.A. Daily News
  • Santa Cruz Sentinel
  • The Press-Enterprise
  • Whittier Daily News
  • SGV Tribune

Recent articles by Richard:

What’s happening with the Long Beach murals created on boarded-up storefronts during protests – Press Telegram

As businesses remove the painted wood panels, the Downtown Long Beach Alliance has teamed up with the Arts Council for Long Beach to preserve the murals until they can be displayed again. → Read More

Hermosa Beach music venue Saint Rocke is for sale due to coronavirus

The live music industry has been decimated by the coronavirus and one of the club’s owners posted they “just couldn’t figure out how to make the music last through this pandemic.&… → Read More

Old school pizza joint run by fine-dining vets opens on Long Beach’s Retro Row – Orange County Register

With years of fine-dining restaurant experience between them, Long Beach residents Jonathan Strader and Jack Leahy were thinking of going in that same higher-end route as they planned their new restaurant earlier this year. But when the pandemic hit and made the already tough restaurant business even tougher, they decided their best bet was to keep it simple and go with a concept that has been… → Read More

How a Los Angeles tattoo artist found happiness with a frozen dessert from his hometown

Lemeir Mitchell’s Happy Ice brings the colorful taste of water ice, a Philadelphia dessert delicacy, to Los Angeles, first with food trucks and now with a brick-and-mortar shop. → Read More

The Queen Mary’s Dark Harbor has been canceled due to the pandemic

The long-running Long Beach Halloween event has been canceled for 2020. → Read More

City mistakenly gives the OK for live music in Long Beach restaurants

On a conference call, the city told businesses that had prior permits that live music would be allowed. → Read More

BeachLife Festival launches summer livestream series

The BeachLife Festival, which was postponed due to coronavirus, will kick off its streaming series with G Love on June 25. → Read More

Meet 3 of the ‘Worst Cooks in America’ who hail from Southern California

Contestants from Los Angeles, Glendale and San Gabriel will compete on season 20 of the Food Network’s “Worst Cooks in America,” which debuts June 21. → Read More

Make Music Long Beach returns with a virtual festival Sunday

Make Music Long Beach will be streamed live June 21. → Read More

The Gaslamp in Long Beach has booked live music again, starting this weekend

The restaurant and music venue known for booking tribute bands, appears to be one of Long Beach’s first music spots trying to light up its stage once again. → Read More

Here’s how recent grads can get free frozen yogurt on Saturday

Yogurtland is offering recent grads free frozen yogurt at select locations around Los Angeles and the San Fernando Valley. → Read More

Dew Tour wipes out this year due to coronavirus, will return in 2021

The Dew Tour, which was scheduled for Long Beach, has been scrapped until 2021. → Read More

Why this pizza chain is pouring White Claw into its pies

Blaze Pizza is offering the White Claw Pizza on June 18 made with the hard seltzer at select locations in Los Angeles and Orange counties. → Read More

Why Gabriel ‘Fluffy’ Iglesias returned to his Long Beach high school for his Netflix series

Comedian and Long Beach native Gabriel Iglesias stars in season two of his Netflix show “Mr. Iglesias,” which will be released June 17. → Read More

Eureka! Whiskey fans, here’s a club that will lift your spirits every month – San Bernardino Sun

The Whiskey Club at Eureka! offers a new bottle of whiskey every month, for now only available at its Claremont and Redlands locations. → Read More

Bars are preparing to reopen: Here’s what we know about when that will happen

Many bars have been shuttered since mid-March due to the novel coronavirus pandemic. Some in Southern California can reopen as of Friday. → Read More

The Long Beach beer scene gets the big screen treatment in ‘Brewmance’ documentary – Daily News

New documentary follows two Long Beach brewers as they go from amateurs to pros → Read More

Rancho Los Cerritos will reopen its gardens June 10

The gardens at Rancho Los Cerritos are free to enter, but a ticket will be required. → Read More

E.J. Malloy’s permanently closes its Los Altos location

The Irish pub chain now has one location left in Long Beach. → Read More

E.J. Malloy’s permanently closes its Los Altos location

The Irish pub chain now has one location left in Long Beach. → Read More