MADE will be open 9am to 9pm with live music out front all day. The line up will feature youth bands. SHOP LOCAL this Holiday.
As always, free two-hour parking is available in the City Place parking structure on 3rd Street.
Kick off the holiday shopping at MADE this #shopsmallsaturday
We will be open 9am-9pm with
FREE live music out in front of the store all day
Full bar in the lounge in the back of the store
Photos with Female Punk Rock Santa 5pm-9pm
Featured music is from local youth bands;
Curated by Issac Navarro
- Strawberry Army / LB / All Female
- Hang Back / LB / Jazz Combo
- Make Out Reef / OC
- JBurd / LB / Psychedelic Rock
- Moss / OC / Punk
- El Dorado Collective / LB / Skate
- The Gems / LB
- The Toads / LB
- Leashes / OC / Heavy, Ambient, Emo
- Uni / OC / Garage, Fuzz
- Goldvine / Spookadelic
- The Side Eyes / Female Fronted Punk
- DJ Notorious Jen spinning punk and dark wave faves and alternative Christmas hits a-plenty 9-close
Saturday, November 18th – All Access 2 art opeining
6-11pm – All Access 2 is a group rock & roll photo and art show featuring the photography of John Gilhooley
(OC Weekly), Jack Grisham (Author, TSOL) the art and posters of Robert Kruse (Viva Las Vegas, Poster Pop, Dynotones), as well as show exclusive paintings and posters by Scotty Roller (Painter, Gig Poster artist, Saddle Tramps).
Show is open to all ages and is free admission. Ample parking around the venue. All work and merchandise will be for sale, and available for signing by the artists who will be in attendance. We’ll also have vinyl spinning courtesy of none other than DJ LouScrewNYC.
Saturday, November 25th – SHOP SMALL SATURDAY
MADE will be open 9am-9pm with live music out front all day. Line up will feature youth bands. SHOP LOCAL this holiday! Bands TBA.
Friday, December 8th – book signing and readings
7-9pm – Join Satcy Russo, author of ‘We Were Going to Change the World: Interviews with Women from the 1970s and 1980s Southern California Punk Rock Scene’ and contributors for a special book signing and story telling event.
Saturday, December 16th – PHOTOS with PUNK ROCK SANTA!
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If you like The Moth, This American Life, Snap Judgement, Serial …or just love authentic storytelling, this is the place for you. Always free to attend, always an open mic story telling slot at the end for you to tell one of your stories and always a full bar … to get you loosened up and hydrated. Table seating and standing room. All ages.
Join us on January 12 from 7 to 9 pm.
January’s event is guest curated by Steven Deeble.
Musical entertainment before the talks will be provided by Lili De La Mora.
Featured speakers include:
Steven Deeble, on researching and writing his historical detective thriller, ‘Persistence of Vision’, available at MADE.
Nancy Lynée Woo will talk about creating the Long Beach Literary Arts Center.
Lili De La Mora, walking the audience through her songwriting process.
Raindog, who will talk about how he created Lummox Press and has continued to publishing poetry for over 23 years.
Steven Deeble is an award-winning writer, filmmaker, and multi-media artist. He is a Long Beach native.
He published his first novel, ‘Persistence of Vision’, in 2017.
Author website: stevendeeble.com
Nancy Lynée Woo is a poet, freelance writer, editor, blogger, and community organizer. She was selected as a PEN Center USA Emerging Voices Fellow for 2015. Nancy started and currently manages a social justice-focused literary press, Lucid Moose Lit. She is a co-founder of Long Beach Literary Arts Center and a lead
organizer for FORTHE Media. She holds a degree in Sociology from UC Santa Cruz, and lives in Long Beach, California.
Poetry website: www.nancylyneewoo.com
Lili De La Mora is a songwriter and multi-instrumentalist who has performed in various combinations with Long Beach musicians for two decades. Her bands have included Side Car and current project, Miniature Houses. Lili also DJs and recently performed as a member of the Greater California Christmas Choir.
Lili’s music can be heard on YouTube, Spotify, and other websites.
Raindog took his name from an album by Tom Waits. He won the first Charles Bukowski Poetry Contest. He founded Lummox Press 23 years ago. Since then he has published poetry by a wide variety of local poets in his Little Red Book series, as well as full-sized volumes featuring collections by the likes of the late Scott
Wannberg. He has published six editions of the Lummox Poetry Journal, an annual glossy magazine-format collection of poetry and short prose from around the world. Raindog will talk about how he created Lummox Press and has continued to publishing poetry for over 23 years.
Lummox Press on the WWW.