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Buscaino Discovers the Homeless are his Own

Emergency Response Team meets with 145 homeless people, 85% call the Harbor Area home

James Preston Allen, Publisher It has been more than 10 months since Councilman Joe Buscaino held his San Pedro Forum on Homelessness at th

Community Celebrates the Life of Democratic Party Stalwart

Photos and story by Diana Lejins, Contributing Writer LONG BEACH — On June 21, about 150 people celebrated the life of longtime Democratic champion Eric Thomas Sean Bradley. The ceremony took place at the Long Beach Terrace Thea

Their Story: Jewish Latinos Share their Experiences

By Michelle Siebert, Editorial Intern Despite not having much money, sharing her home with her large Mexican family made Tila Carrol’s childhood a happy one. While her upbringing was monolingual (only Spanish was spoken at home), her faith was dichotomous. Her hom

RL NEWS Briefs: June 17, 2016

Long Beach Ranked No. 1 Port in North America

LONG BEACH — The Port of Long Beach has again been recognized as the Best North American Seaport at the Asian Freight, Logistics and Supply Chain Awards, June 16, in Shanghai. The shipping trade publication Asia C

Soy Africano Explores Diasporic Musical Connections

By, Melina Paris, Music Columnist Most Latin and Afro-Cuban beats are based around the clave, which means “key” in Spanish. The clave is the key to Latin music and Africa holds that key. Producer, music director and multi-instrumentalist Dexter Story, along with d

RLn ENTERTAINMENT: June 16, 2016

June 18 Dave Widow, Bernie Pearl Blues-rocker Dave Widow and his band The Line Up bring rhythm and blues back to the Annex, along with Bernie Pearl. Time:  8 p.m. June 18 Cost: $20 to $120 Details:

RLn ANNOUNCEMENTS: June 16, 2016

June 16 Community Gathering in Response to Orlando Events Community members are invited to gather in prayer and music in observance of the June 12 mass shooting in Orlando, Fla. Time: 6:30 to 7:30 p.m. June 16 Cost: Free Detai

Across the Great Divide

We are recognized as much by our friends as we are by our adversaries

By James Preston Allen, Publisher This has been a raucous election season and with the results. Sadly, Bernie Sanders garnered only 43.2 percent of the primary vote to Clinton’

Carnivore Hunts Down Best Steakhouses

By Gina Ruccione, Cuisine and Restaurant Writer I just broke up with a vegetarian. You could say we parted ways due to artistic differences: I saw meat as glorious and delicious and he— well, he did not. Dating him for the past two months was

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