• Cellaring is Not Just for Wine

    By Michael Koger, Craft Beer Columnist

    The rule of thumb for beer is it’s best when it’s fresh.

    This holds especially true for beers

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  • In Theatres Now: The Dark Knight Rises

     

    Directed: Christopher Nolan Starring: Christian Bale, Michael Caine, Gary Oldman, Anne Hathaway, Tom Hardy, Marion Cotillard, Joseph Gordon-Levitt, Morg

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  • Coalition of Labor and Progressive Groups Announced Global Boycott of Hyatt Hotels

      Contributing Writer and Long Beach Correspondent Danny Simon filmed the video Read More
  • Scalers Union Tells Clean Harbors to Clean Up its Act

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    By Terelle Jerricks, Managing Editor

    On July 20, ILWU Local 56 Scalers Union and other labor demonstrators held a press conference outside the Clean Harbors Environmental Services facilities in Gardena as a warning to clean up their act. A long history  of environmental violations trail the Massachusetts based enviro

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  • Firefighters Battle Ken Malloy Blaze

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    Photos and text by Zamna Avila, assistant editor

    At about 2 p.m.,  brush fire burned through an area of Ken Malloy Regional Park, where Wilmington, Harbor City and San Pedro meet. Officials were unable to specify the size of the fire or the percentage of containment at the time of this report. Read More
  • Veterans Job Resource Expo

    The City of Carson Parks and Recreation Services and the Veterans Affairs Comm

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  • Harbor Currents–Family/Community Events–July 19, 2012

    July 22 Homeland Cultural Center Dance Fest The community is invited to attend 4th Annual Homeland Cultural Center Dance Fest, starting at 4 p.m. July 22, at 4 pm, at the Center Theater in the Long Beach

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  • Get on the Trailer: Django Unchained

    Trailer Review: Django Unchained Director: Quentin Tarantino Sta

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  • Something of Silver Offers Alternative to Shakespeare’s Problem Play

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    By John Farrell, Theater Critic

    Summer in Los Angeles means, amongst other things, free Shakespeare, and not just from San Pedro's resident company Shakespeare by the Sea. There are performances in the San Fernando Valley, in the San Gabriel Valley and elsewhere, usually of two of the Bard's plays: a comedy a

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