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Sulfur Tank Ejects Vapor at Wilmington Refinery

By Christian L. Guzman, Contributing Reporter The Tesoro Corp. has yet to determine the cause of the Aug. 26 sulfur tank breach at its Los Angeles Refinery. The tank was being used to store molten sulfur. After the lid of th

The Buscaino Report:

Hiding the Homeless Ball from the Neighbors

After a year of waiting for solutions councilman uses task force to hide his plans

By James Preston Allen, Publisher At the Sept. 13 Central San Pedro Neighborhood Council stakeholder meet

Hanjin Bankruptcy Impacts Thousands of Workers

The Worst May Be Yet to Come

By Paul Rosenberg, Senior Editor The bankruptcy announcement of South Korean shipping giant Hanjin on Aug. 31 sent shockwaves around the world. Outside of South Korea itself, America’s

Ladies Hit Hard, Derby-Style

By Terelle Jerricks, Managing Editor and Linnea Stephan, Photographer Today’s roller derby bouts bear littl

Comic Con Lands at Long Beach:

Where Comic Books and Pop Culture Collide

By Michelle Siebert, Editorial Intern From Sept. 17-18, all of American sci-fi and comic book fandom will have a chance to meet their favorite celebrity, c

RLn BRIEFS: Sept. 9, 2017

Long Beach Aligns with State Minimum Wage Schedule

LONG BEACH — On Sept. 6, the Long Beach City Council unanimously voted the city’s wage raise schedule with the state, which will raise the minimum wage to $13 by 2020. Senate Bill 3 was signed into law by Gov. Jerry Brown in

Tickle Your Pickle Principles

Ari LeVaux, Flash in the Pan If eyes are windows into the soul, pickle jars are windows of the pantry. Suspended behind clear glass, the bright contents of a pickle jar are a beautiful promise of nutrition in the bank and colorful cool weath

QFilm Festival Presents Dark and Relevant Tales

By Liam Cordero, Editorial Intern With films such as Afuera and Free CeCe!, this year’s QFilm Festival at the Art Theatre in Long Beach is pertinent, thrilling and entertaining, exploring the variety of LGBTQ life on screen.

Cambodia Town Film Festival:

‘You Can’t Kill the Song’ By Michelle Siebert, Editorial Intern The Cambodian Space Project: Not Easy Rock ‘n’ Roll is a love story that shines a light upon modern Cambodia, decades after a genocide that kil

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