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1st LongBeachize Happy Hour at the Blind Donkey

Longbeachize is over a month and a half away from the one year anniversary of its re-launch last year. To celebrate, we have a fun new partnership with New Belgian Brewing and The Blind Donkey at 149 Linden Avenue to bring a series of happy hours for Longbeachize readers.

The first will be on 11/17 from 5:30 to 7:30 p.m. The second will be one month later on 12/17. Same place, same time. And responsible riding as always.

The Happy Hours will bookend our one-year anniversary pledge drive. New Belgium Brewing is sponsoring the happy hour, which means drink specials on the most bike-friendly of beers and everyone that makes a donation to Longbeachize before the events or at the events will receive some special schwag. If you’ve got that “I want to make a donation” feeling, click here: and get started. All donations are tax deductible.

While we’ve picked up a couple of advertisers this year, our grants from the Long Beach Community Foundation and Vida Feliz Foundation expire with the year, so we need to rely on you, our readers, to keep going through 2015.

So, you can party with us. donate to keep us going, party with us, help us keep going into 2015, party with us and most of all, have fun.

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