A year after Logan Crow brought the Zombie Walk downtown to "catastrophic success"---massive attendance, massive debt---and called out Long Beach officials, amends were made to create a better model for Zombie Walk V on Saturday (Oct. 27).
In an interview with Logan Crow that will be featured tonight on 'Greater Long Beach Radio with Dave Wielenga,' the promoter of last Saturday's (Oct. 29) Zombie Walk charges that incessant demands and fees by the City of Long Beach diminished the event and left him $40,000 in debt. Listen tonight at 7 p.m. on KBEACH.org
The arrival of the second annual Bixby Park Halloween Carnival shows promise, not only for the event, but for efforts to revitalize the historic park. It's good practice, too, getting people back in the habit of coming to Bixby Park as it recovers from some difficult times.
We ask comic-book-geek and Superman fan Robert Garcia (that's him on the right) who would win if Superman and Zombie Superman (that's not him on the left ... is it?) cross paths during Zombie Walk/Comic-Con weekend and get in a fight. Of course, the Long Beach City Council member has an answer. A couple of 'em.
The best odds of survival against any enemy or scourge---from the Mongols to the Magyars to that damn Dancing Baby---are rooted in learning as much as possible about the adversary. When facing an attack of zombies, that means watching lots of movies. For more tips, search: Zombie Survival Guide
The Living Dead return to Long Beach for the 4th time on Saturday, October 29 as LONG BEACH ZOMBIE WALK IV takes over Pine Avenue! The Long Beach Zombie Walk is an all-ages event that invites ghouls of all ages to participate in a night of creepy-crawly fun. This year’s event is expanding into a [...]
Zombie attacks are always remembered for massive casualties, usually after lots of runnin' and screamin'. As thousands of zombies prepare for Zombie Walk IV's downtown invasion on Oct. 29, we at GreaterLongBeach.com offer our Zombie Survival Guide. We suggest you shut up, calm down and read it.
Two years before they hope to roll out the red carpet, the Long Beach Cinematheque and the Long Beach Film Foundation have announced their collaboration on what just may be the first-ever Long Beach Film Festival, which would unquestionably fill one of the most-unseemly holes in the city’s arts-and-culture menu.
It’s called the Zombie Walk, although not all of them do. And amid the gruesome shuffling and staggering along Fourth Street by hundreds of graveyard escapees Saturday night came tooling this cool ride---obviously a reincarnated relic of the cash-for-clunkers program.