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POLA Moves 808,728 TEUs

SAN PEDRO — The Port of Los Angeles handled 808, 728 twenty-foot equivalent units, or TEUs in January. While it is a slight decrease compared to January 2017’s record of 826,640 TEUs it is significantly higher than the port’s most recent 5-year J

Labor, Community, Environmentalists Unite for Health and Safety

By Mark Friedman Across the country for years, the issue of health and safety versus jobs has been one that has unnecessarily divided labor organizations from their natural allies in the community and environmental movements — whethe

CARB Public Outreach Meeting

The California Air Resources Board is hosting public outreach meeting to discuss concepts for minimizing community health impacts from seaports, railyards, warehouses and other freight hubs. Time: 5 to 7 p.m. Feb. 13 Details:

Garcetti Names LACERS GM

LOS ANGELESOn Feb. 7, Mayor Eric Garcetti confirmed the appointment of Neil Guglielmo as general manager of the Los Angeles City Employees’ Retirement System, known as LACERS. Guglielmo’s appointment is subject to the Los Angele

Rob Garland’s Eclectic Trio


Feb. 9 Hugh von Kleist Duo Enjoy live traditional hard swingin’ jazz styled after Zoot Sims and Lester Young. Time: 6 p.m. Feb. 9 Cost: Free Details: Venue: 2

Tenants Fight for Rent Control in LB

The #RentControlNOW Coalition is hosting a campaign kick-off. Tenants are set to begin collecting signatures for a proposed rent control ballot measure. The proposed ordinance, if approved by the voters, would establish residential rent control and "just

Pearl Charles


Jan. 26 Hot House “Ameri-Gumbo” Hot House will be setting the house on fire. Time: 9 p.m. Jan. 26 Cost: Free Details: (310) 832-5503 Venue: Harold's Place, 1908 S. Pacific Ave.,

Not Guilty in Inauguration Protest Case

A jury found the first six defendants to stand trial in connection with protests at Trump’s inauguration not guilty on all charges

By Baynard Woods, Guest Columnist The first six of 193 people charged wi

POLA Breaks All-Time Record

SAN PEDRO — On Jan. 12, the Port of Los Angeles announced that it moved  more cargo in 2017 than in any time in its 110-year history, racking up 9,343,192 twenty-foot equivalent, or TEUs, a 5.5 percent increase over 2016’s record-breaking year. It

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