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Davidson Takes SPHS Band to New Heights

By Arlo Tinsman-Kongshaug, Editorial Intern The San Pedro High School band has seen more success this past year than it has in recent memory. In December, the San Pedro High School’s Golden Pirate Regiment swept first place honors at the Los

Lincoln Heights Jail: The City Asks for Ideas

82,000 People Are Homeless on Any Given Night in LA County

By James Preston Allen, Publisher I was quite surprised to read the Los Angeles Times article about the city asking for ideas on reuse possibilities for the Lincoln Heights J

Eat Dessert, Be a Sweet Tooth

By Gina Ruccione, Cuisine and Restaurant Writer By the age of three, I knew where to get cookies and cake in the Harbor Area. Half the time I begged to go to the First Presbyterian Church of San Pedro, just so I could go to Polly Ann’s bake

Filipinos’ Straw Before the Wind

By Christian L. Guzman, Contributing Reporter Walk into a hospital and there’s a strong chance you’ll see a Filipino nurse. Data from the California Healthcare Foundation reports that Filipinos, despite representing three percent of the ge

RLn ENTERTAINMENT: Aug. 10, 2016

Aug. 20 Popfuji III Come enjoy live music and food trucks. Live bands include Fartbarf, Mike Watt and the Secondmen and Death Hymn Number 9. All ages welcome. Time: 4:30 to 10 p.m. Aug. 20 Cost: $5 Details: <


Aug. 11 Elks National Foundation Fundraiser Support a great cause. The Whale & Ale is donating 15 percent of its lunch and dinner sales to the Elks National Foundation, which supports veterans, disabled children and local scholarships. Time

RLn Briefs: Aug. 8, 2016

POLAHS’ Announces New Board of Trustees

SAN PEDRO — On Aug. 5, the Port of Los Angeles High School announced its new board of trustees for the 2016-17 school year. The board is responsible for all fiscal and operational policies as part of the oversight of the high schools m

AOC7 Neighborhood Sets Mind on Safety

By Michelle Siebert, Editorial Intern Change is often the result of a catalyst. Tragedy was the catalyst that hurled one Long Beach neighborhood to action against crime and disarray. A September 2011 shooting near Walnut Avenue and 10th Street motivated a gr

Diversity Makes Music Taste Good

By Melina Paris, Music Columnist Music Tastes Good is a music and foodie festival custom-made for its three-day stay in Long Beach--so carefully curated that promoters say it will actually taste

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