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POLA Breaks Ground on Harbor Boulevard Roadway Project: BRIEFS Dec. 12, 2016

POLA Breaks Ground on Harbor Boulevard Roadway Project

SAN PEDRO — On Dec. 8, the Port of Los Angeles kicked off construction the Harbor Boulevard Roadway Improvements Project, a reconfigured three-st

Trump’s First ‘Victory’: A Crushing Defeat

By Paul Rosenberg, Senior Editor While running for president, Donald Trump repeatedly called attention to plans by air conditioning and heating manufacturer Carrier Corp to move production to Mexico, costing about 2,100 U.S. jobs. He threa

Blood on the Mountain: Why Coal Miners Voted Trump

By Melina Paris, Contributing Writer This past November, when Blood on the Mountain was released in Los Angeles and New York, The Los Angeles Times called it a “grim documentary” that provides a “sobering early a

Bureaucracy: Making Democracy More Difficult

The Exercise of Our Petitioning is a Nuisance at the Public Library

By James Preston Allen, Publisher As some of you  know, I have filed papers to run for the Los Angeles City Council in the 15th District.  Those who k

Art Walk Showcases Creative Wilmington

By Christian L. Guzman, Community Reporter A year ago, it would have been unheard of for Wilmington residents to come out at night en masse to enjoy their downtown. There wasn’t much to do and residents didn’t feel safe. “The people needed a creat

Slackers in Paradise


Dec. 9 Jim Kimo West, Ken Emerson Celebrate the holiday season with some kick-back, stress-reducing island vibes. Kimo’s annual Holiday Slack Key Show will feature terrific hula. Time: 8 p.m. Dec. 9 Cost: $20 Details: (310)

THE STINKY CHEESE MAN @ the Garage Theatre

To appreciate the Garage Theatre's production of John Glore's The Stinky Cheese Man and Other Fairly Stupid Tales, you probably need to meet at least one of two preconditions: 1) a love of Looney Tunes-style humor, and 2) fond remembrance of the John Scieszka/Lane Smith Caldecott-

Black Girl Nerds: Refuse to Conform

By Zamná Ávila, Assistant Editor

Go Retro with Records

By Lyn Jensen, Reporter Music fans, here is your chance to go retro and spend happy hours digging through record store bins. Five old-time rockin’ record stores in Long Beach and San Pedro offer a chance to give the gift of music, in a variety of media — 33 ½ re

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