Aloha Saturday Night, Interview Sunday

Weekends at Pituey

Mix up your favorite Tiki beverage and join us!

Saturday

Every Saturday Night at 8 PM (Local Long Beach - Pacific Time), tune in for a whole hour of classic Hawaiian and Polynesian themed music from decades ago.

  • Don Ho
  • Alfred Aholo Apaka, Jr.
  • The Oratorio Society of Honolulu
  • Lani McIntire And His Hawaiians
  • Dick Mahi and His Hawaiian Paradise Orchestra
  • Al Kealoha Perry And His Singing Surfriders

... and many more!

 


Sunday

Then on Sunday Night at 9 PM Pacific, we roll an Interview from local Long Beach landmarks or neighborhood interest!

  • Queen Mark
  • Aquarium of the Pacific
  • Long Beach Symphony
  • Naval Weapons Station

... you get the idea.

Once we can get these darn masks off our faces, we'll add more to the 13 already in the can.

If you have an idea for an interview, just drop us a note.

From the Long Beach Post

January 18, 2022
Black Restaurant Week gives back before the official launch on Jan. 23

The event is designed to promote and celebrate African, African American and Caribbean food, as well as highlight Black-owned culinary businesses, chefs, and bartenders in and around Long Beach.

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January 18, 2022
Chefs serve more than 100 gourmet meals at Long Beach Rescue Mission

Three leading Long Beach Black chefs treated guests to a multi-course gourmet meal ahead of the Long Beach Black Restaurant Week this month, Jan. 23-30. 

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January 18, 2022
LBUSD sends students home with COVID tests, sees attendance tick back up

The tests arrived too late to screen kids before they returned from winter break, so the LBUSD nows recommends parents use them when they're notified of possible exposures.

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January 18, 2022
Health officials warn of rising ICU admissions due to COVID-19

While the overall COVID hospitalization number countywide remains below last winter's peak of more than 8,000, health officials stressed that the rising patient population is creating strain at hospitals that were already coping with staffing shortages.

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