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Outside Groups On Track to Push 2012 Election Costs Well Past 2008

According to the Center for Responsive Politics, the 2012 presidential and congressional will be the most expensive on record. The Center predicts, ba

UndocuQueers Set Out to Create Dialogue

By Zamna Avila, Assistant Editor

On Aug. 4, The Center Long Beach is hosting Undocuqueer, an informational session exploring the challenges of undocumented gay, lesbian, bisexual and transgender youths in their dual roles, including a double coming out process and

An Old Quandary

By Lionel Rolfe Now that they have found the “God particle,” maybe it’s time to solve  far lesser but still deserving and perplexing questions of existence. Perhaps it’s not exactly parallel, because the discovery of the God particle answers more about how the universe came int

Harbor Currents-Theatre/Film–July 27, 2012

July 28 Suzanne Westenhoefer! Suzanne Westenhoefer performs, at 8 p.m. July 28, at t

RLn Review of Lorca in a Green Dress


By John Farrell, Theatre Critic

Federico Garcia Lorca is better known in the United States for his death than his life. The poet and dramatist was murdered by fascist soldiers at the beginning of the Spanish civil war. His body was never found. Recently Long

Cevapcici Festival Cancelled, San Pedro Image as Destination Town Takes a Beating

By Terelle Jerricks, Managing Editor

The Cevapcici festival is off and so is San Pedro’s designation as a destination spot in Southern California travel magazine, Westways, said one of the organizers, Slobodan Dimitrov--explaining that they came up a dollar short and a day late

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