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Student Walkouts Ahead of March For Our Lives March

By Terelle Jerricks, Managing Editor Students throughout Southern California participated in the national school walkout on March 14 in a display of solidarity with the students of Marjory Stoneman Douglas

The Everly Brothers Experience Comes to San Pedro

By Terelle Jerricks, Managing Editor Zachary and Dylan Zmed are bringing the Everly Brothers Experience to the Grand Annex on March 10.  The siblings can flat-out sing and play the dickens out of their steel-strin

Open Letter Response to CSUDH Will Not Bamboozle Carson Again

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College President Engages in Politics of Distraction

Experience Love on a Brigantine

By Terelle Jerricks, Managing Editor Witnessing a sunset with your significant other before a gourmet meal aboard a tall ship is not an everyday occurrence. The Los Angeles Maritime Institute will be offering

The Powder Room Trumps the Locker Room

By Sara Corcoran, Washington, D.C. Correspondent The Urban Dictionary defines  “locker room talk” as “any manner of conversation that polite society dictates be held privately — with

Wilmington Stirs World’s Largest Menudo

By M. Smith, Editorial Intern A well-known hangover remedy spiced up Wilmington this past month and broke the world record for the largest menudo soup. On Jan. 28, Wilmington made history.  Juanita’s Foods, based in that Los Angeles community, along with culin

Dr. Mario Molina Talks Life After Big Split with Molina Medical

Cutbacks lead to nixed plans in San Pedro

By Terelle Jerricks, Managing Editor No one outside of the Fortune 500 company could have foreseen its rapid retrenchment after Molina Healthcare announced it wou

Third Annual Bob Marley Festival

Reggae legend Bob Marley died almost 40 years ago, but devotees will be celebrating his life at the third annual Marley Festival Jan. 27, at the Gaslamp in Long Beach. While reggae’s lyrics often offer elements of social and political commentary —

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