Posts Tagged ‘edison theatre’

Aaron De La Cruz at Camp Edison (Full Video)

Sep 12, 2014

You might recall our sharing Brandon Shigeta’s short capture of Aaron De La Cruz painting a mural at Camp Edison (interTrend’s temporary office while the Psychic Temple is completed). The entire video is now posted and ready for your viewing pleasure. Enjoy!

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Welcome to Camp Edison

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Aug 25, 2014

The interTrend office has officially moved out of 555 Ocean and into Camp Edison. It’s telling that the pedestrians and drivers who cruise by the old workspace have no idea that anything has happened. Meanwhile, everyone on Broadway–from passers by to businesses–is already wondering where the buzz is coming from. And this is just the […]

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Aaron De La Cruz at the Edison Theatre

Aug 19, 2014

Built in 1917, The Edison Theatre was the Nippon Pool Room and Barber Shop in its earliest years. Since then it has been a sporting goods store, foot clinic, and beauty salon. From 1998-2006, it was home to CSULB’s California Repertory Company. Beginning next week it will be the interim home of interTrend, following the […]

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Meanwhile, back at The Edison…

Jul 17, 2014

Most of the improvements to the Psychic Temple are currently taking place on paper or underground. But what’s going on across the street at the Edison? The venue has been down since 2006 or 2007, but came back to life last year when Imprint hosted its Long Beach: Work in Progress event. The stage and […]

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Long Beach: Work in Progress – Video 1

May 29, 2013

Imprint Culture Lab’s first of three video odes to Long Beach, its underrated culture, and its massive upside has been posted. Watch it here or on Vimeo and share! The topic may be local but the theme should appeal to all who are trying to build on the heart and heritage of his or her […]

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Inside the Edison Theatre

Jan 24, 2013

Almost directly across the street from the Psychic Temple sits the Edison Theatre, another neglected old building that has been sitting vacant for much too long. After walking by 213 E. Broadway so many times, I had access to it today. The building, which was built in 1917, was the Nippon Pool Room and Barber […]

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