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Because of Gil


By Terelle Jerricks, Managing Editor

Many artists, who are practicing musicians, hold debts that are never paid off. It’s why they pay dues to get to where they are. But what about a fan’s debt? It seems that all too frequently, fans, American ones parti

Harbor Currents–Live Music– July6,2012

July 7 Joe LaBarbera Quintet This quintet has performed all over the world with some of the finest names in jazz since his arrival on the scene. Su

Preview of Monty Python’s Spamalot at the Carpenter Center


By John Farrell

Is there anyone, anywhere, who hasn't been left crying with laughter by the talented folks who made Monty Python-- a brand name for British comedy? Is there anybody who doesn't know the dead parrot sketch, or the Spanish Inquisition with its c

RLn Review of “Into the Woods” at LB Playhouse


By John Farrell

They're baaaaaacccccckkkkkk. The Long Beach Playhouse, after many years of straight plays, has ventured into the world of musical comedy twice in the past six or so months. Their first comedy was a spectacularly successful and critically accl

Harbor Currents–Announcements– July 2, 2012

Summer Coffee Talk with Councilman Garcia Join Long Beach District 1 Councilman Robert Garcia for "Summer Coffee Talk," a series of community meetings. Summer Coffee Talk will provide residents and the general public an opportunity to ask questions and dialogue with Gar

Hahn Warns Against Immigration Fraud Predators

In the wake of changes to federal immigration policies, Congresswoman Janice Hahn issued a warning to  constituents. The new

Central San Pedro Neighborhood Council Seats New Board

The Central San Pedro Neighborhood Council District has selected 17 at large board members to serve the July 2012 to June 2014 term of office. The members, who will be seated July 10, are: Marcey Abrons, Linda Alexander, James Preston Allen, Frank B. Anderson, Pat Carroll, Sue Ca

Homeowner Bill of Rights Passes in CA Assembly, Senate

Sacramento — California’s Legislature voted, July 2, to pass the Homeowner Bill of Rights. The California Foreclosure

Thousands Protest Wal-Mart in Chinatown


Photos by Slobodan Dimitrov

Several thousands of people — including union and civil rights activists —marched, June 30, through Chinatown in Los Angeles to protest Wal-Mart Stores’ plans to open a neighborhood grocery store. Union activists say that W

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