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Harbor Area Holiday Traditions

By Terelle Jerricks, Managing Editor Tradition is sometimes a good thing. When the pace of change exceeds our ability to keep up, and when the world that we know starts to become unfamiliar, we retreat to the comfort of familiar places and ritual

PrEP: World Gets 35 Years Closer to Ending AIDS

By Zamná Ávila, Assistant Editor Ace Robinson

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Blues Concert to Benefit Youth Center

By Terelle Jerricks, Managing Editor Juanito Ibarra has been pounding the pavements in his hometown of San Pedro for weeks promoting his July 9 blues benefit concert at the Warner Grand Theatre. He hopes the show will do better than just break even. He

Judy Wexler’s Jazz Infused Summer of Love

By Melina Paris, Music Columnist Culturally and politically, today has much in common with the Summer of Love 1967. The scent of rebellion was thick as the crowds of demonstrators that filled the streets. The music of that time, from the likes of Richie Havens, Paul Simon, Carole King a

Judy Wexler’s Jazz Infused Summer of Love

By Melina Paris, Music Columnist Culturally and politically, today has much in common with the Summer of Love 1967. The scent of rebellion was thick as the crowds of demonstrators that filled the streets. The music of that time, from the likes of Richie Havens, Paul Simon, Carole King a

My Father’s BBQ is Where Alabama Meets Texas

By Terelle Jerricks, Managing Editor and Mick Haven, Cuisine and Restaurant Writer, Photo by Kelvin Brown It’s September, but it still feels like summer. On a recent Sunday evening, I had a hankering for some barbecue. So I went to My Father’s Barbecue on the corner of University Dr

The Denial of Racism in America

By John Gray, San Pedro resident and retired probation officer Black Africans were first brought to North America in 1619 as indentured servants who were able to eventually purchase their freedom. Circa 1690, they were asking where their freedom went. Somehow, someway, they were conscri

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