Community Access TV - Your Right To Free Speech Now Costs A Bundle
As of 1/1/09 there are no more broadcasts of Community TV on channels 65,69 and 95. Help us save our FREE speech!
In 2014 - Long Beach City Council will decide the fate of Community TV in Long Beach. ONE project was approved that provide options for youth to create media but the majority of adult Producers still have NO access to studios or air time because they must pay for expensive "classes" given by PADNET to use the public access funded equipment. In the past such training was required but it was free for the cost of volunteering time to work on the shows of other producers. Support community TV survival in our city as a viable production of YOUR important community messages!!! Let your Council Members know if you cannot afford hundreds of dollars to become a producer but believe in no-cost options for free speech on our airwaves. The City Council meets in City Hall on Ocean Blvd. behind the Main Library at Pacific and Ocean Blvd. For updates on the fate of Long Beach Community TV, to find out more join the Facebook group Friends of Long Beach Community Access Television.

Long Beach 2nd Saturday Art Walk - April 19 - East Village Arts District On Linden between Broadway and 1st Streets- 4pm - 10pm (3rd Sat in April because of the Grand Prix)

Come and celebrate SPRINGwith outdoor music, food, kid's activity, crafts demonstrations, street theater, fashion shows, ART and more! It's a fun afternoon or a cool, FREE, night out to share with friends, lovers and to meet your Long Beach Neighbors from around the world. See emerging artists in new shows in East Village galleries and shops. The art work is world class at Long Beach friendly prices!

Get a Little Art In Your Life - Collect and Treasure Long Beach Art!


More events to come for 2014 check this page weekly for updates!

IT'S Happening at MOLAA

All events are at:

Museum of Latin American Art

628 Alamitos Avenue, Long Beach, CA 90802

May 4- Cinco De Mayo Celebration


11 am - 5pm Art Display - arts workshops and crafts activities.

1-4pm -Performances and entertainers for music, dance, stories and more.

FRIDAMANIA - Frida Kahlo - Her Photos - on display until June 4, 2014.


NEW!- Every 1st Friday- Art Focus with artists, authors and cultural activities to make your night. Get a monthly calendar for what's up that month at the MOLAA main desk. - May 9- Latin American Super Foods/ June 6 - Lucha Libra Club- All About Love - to join book club email 7-9pm

Every 2nd Friday- Latin American Lifesyles- Fun, food, activities and events that highlight cultural traditions and current trends. Enjoy! May 16 Frida After Hours/6-9pm

June 16 - Kitchen Class - Bien Provecho: Antojitos-Preparation instruction - limited class space to 15- 7pm-9pm

Every 3rd Friday- En la Noche - start you weekend with an evening of art, food, drink and music with others art enthusiasts.

Every 4th Friday- Hands On Art Workshops- 5pm - 9pm - Art Studio.

Adventure Sunday at MOLAA- Tour the Galleries, Music, Movies and Performances. FREE admisssion

1 pm and 3pm Art Adventures- Explor The Galleries With An Artist - Meet in Lobby

2pm Docent Tours of the Galleries


April 26-27- National Earth Day Celebration - Have fun at the Aquarium and learn how you can help our Planet. Learn from local organizations how you can help at home and in our community.

April 30-through June 30- Underwater Photography Exhibition by Jason desCaires Taylor- see photos of the underwater sculpture park off the Coast of Grenada and more.

May 3-4 - Urban Ocean Festival - Annual Urban Ocean Festival of art exhibitions, fashion shows, poetry and book readings, booths and special Ocean boat curises available at additional cost.

June 7-8 Pacific Islander Festival- 11th Annual Celebration of the art, and culture of the Pacific Islands through performances, exhibits, food and more with many of the rich, diverse Island culures featured.

GREEN Events Not to Miss

EARTH DAY Weekend- April 19 - 20, 2014

Today, more than half of the world's population lives in cities. As the urban population grows and the effects of climate change worsen, our cities have to evolve.

It's time for us to invest in efficiency and renewable energy, rebuild our cities and towns, and begin to solve the climate crisis. That's what the
Green Cities campaign is all about. Check out the Earth Day website to see their short video on why Green Cities are important!

Over the next two years Earth Day Network will mobilize a global movement to accelerate the transition to green cities. With your support, we will push government officials to improve energy efficiency, advance renewable energy, and implement green building practices. We will educate the public and transform our communities through on-the-ground projects. And we will advocate for healthy, green schools for our children.

The first step is ensuring that our communities are powered by renewable energy-not fossil fuels-and have clean air.
That's why we are calling on the UN to support an international ban on new coal power plants.

Visit the Green Cities website to learn more about the campaign and find other ways to participate.


Slow Money SoCal is a chapter of a national non-profit organization. Its primary objective is to sustain and grow Southern California's local food economy. We do this by organizing a variety of events to allow members to learn, connect with others, access financial opportunity and be a part of a national movement that enables direct investment in a primary pillar to our local economy: food and agriculture.

1) Networking - Come meet like minded entrepreneurs, investors and community leaders

2) Intros and Announcements

3) Entrepreneur Spotlights - SoCal entrepreneurs will present their business and funding opportunities

Event is FREE! No registration required...just show up! Join the Slow

Money SoCal discussion on LinkedIn:

Please contact us at for additional information, or if you are interested in volunteering. GBN is looking for a few of you to offer a bit of your time to support the community we're building together. Nothing too taxing and a g reat way to connect with the broader green business community.

Green Business Networking's hosts are: Greg Wendt - StakeHolders Capital, Robin Shank - Green Operations Professional,Benjamin Shakin - Sprout Business Consulting, Ferris Kawar - City of Burbank, Santa Monica, 90405



TOURS of L.A. Eco-Village
Reservations required: 213/738-1254 or
Fee: $10 per person (sliding scale ok) or
2.5 time credits for Echo Park & Arroyo Time Bankers

Upcoming Events - L.A. Eco-Village
The following events are at at L.A. Eco-Village, 117 Bimini Pl, LA 90004, unless otherwise noted.
EL DORADO AUDUBON presents BIRD/NATURE WALKS AND TOURS -part of the Los Cerritos Wetlands Authority Stewardship Program -These bird walks are subject to change and you may visit all the LCWA properties including Zelder Marsh and the Hellman Property. Please Contact El Dorado Audubon for reservations and meeting location at
If you are interested in living more ecologically and more cooperatively in a neighborhood where you feel supported in these goals, inquire about housing availability in the L.A. Eco-Village neighborhood. Internships may also be available. Write to or call 213/738-1254.


Tuesday Berkeley Farmers' Market Derby St. at Martin Luther King, Jr. Way, Berkeley Accessibility: Convenient public transportation, near Ashby BART and buses on MLK and Shattuck / street parking / wheelchair access. For More Information: (510) 548-3333; Future Bauman College Cooking Demonstrations:

All Tuesday events: Derby St. at MLK, Jr. Way, Berkeley - 2pm-7pm (unless noted).

All Wednesday events: Solano Ave. at San Pablo Ave., Albany - 3pm-7pm (unless noted).

All Thursday events: Shattuck Ave. at Rose St., Berkeley - 3pm-7pm (unless noted).

All Saturday events: Center St. at MLK, Jr. Way, Berkeley- 10am-3pm (unless noted).

All events admission free and wheel chair accessible; many are supported by the
City of Berkeley Civic Arts Program.