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

September 17, 2021
Magnitude 4.2 earthquake rattles Long Beach; no reported injuries or damage

The quake was initially registered at 4.6 on the Richter scale and later reported as magnitude 4.2. According to Cal Tech, the epicenter is just north of the one that caused the 1933 Long Beach quake.

The post Magnitude 4.2 earthquake rattles Long Beach; no reported injuries or damage appeared first on News.

September 17, 2021
‘The single largest loss of life’: COVID-19 has now killed 1,000 Long Beach residents

It took only 72 days from the first reported case in the city for the virus to kill more residents than the last decade of flu seasons combined.

The post ‘The single largest loss of life’: COVID-19 has now killed 1,000 Long Beach residents appeared first on News.

September 17, 2021
Here are the road closures for next week’s Long Beach Grand Prix

The Acura Grand Prix of Long Beach will begin next week, with several road closures in the Downtown area planned.

The post Here are the road closures for next week’s Long Beach Grand Prix appeared first on News.

September 17, 2021
CDC study shows one in three Long Beach residents infected with COVID-19 had long-lasting symptoms

The findings showed one-third had at least one symptom of COVID-19 two months after a positive test result, with higher odds among people over 40, women, Black residents and those with preexisting health conditions. 

The post CDC study shows one in three Long Beach residents infected with COVID-19 had long-lasting symptoms appeared first on News.