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APLA Provides Another Resource for LGBT Health Care

APLA Health and Wellness is bringing a fresh approach to health care in Long Beach. APLA provides health care and HIV/AIDS education and prevention services with a focus on serving lesbians, gays, bisexuals and transgenders and people living with limited income. In February, the organiz

James Republic Offers Casual Fine Dining

By Gina Ruccione, Cuisine Writer A lot of restaurants in Los Angeles boast a “farm-to-table” concept. Instead of grimacing every time you hear the term being overused (and it is, often), ask yourself, “What constitutes an actual farm-to-table restaurant?” Just because a jo

Animals Rule: Breaking the Chains of Confinement

By Andrea Serna, Arts and Culture Writer Prisons exist all around us. It is possible to wander past a prison and not even realize it exists. In the heart of the Harbor, there exists a little-known site, right on Harbor Boulevard, where priso

Human Error Caused LA Oil Spill

By Mike Botica, Editorial Intern On the morning of March 31, watchmen for the U.S. Coast Guard received reports of an oily-water substance leaking from a holding tank on the Vopak Terminal at the Port of Los Angeles.  

LBCCD Board Member Campaigns to Keep Seat

By Zamná Ávila, Assistant Editor Irma Archuleta isn’t afraid of a challenge, especially when it comes to wearing different hats in her profession. She’s been a recruitment specialist, an outreach coordinator, a college instructor and a vice president of student affairs a

Former Carson Commissioner Seeks LBCCD Seat

By Lyn Jensen, Carson Reporter Vivian Malauulu, whose resume already includes experience as a Carson commissioner and Random Lengths reporter, is campaigning to unseat Irma Archuleta on the April 12 elections for the Long Beach Community College District Boar

Changes are Coming to SP Waterfront Restaurants

By Gina Ruccione, Restaurant and Cuisine Writer Ports O’ Call has been an iconic waterfront dining destination for generations. Since its inception, families from all over Southern California have been coming to San Pedro to dine. While the fa

‘Butcher of Bosnia’ Finally Convicted

By Mike Botica, Editorial Intern On March 29, Radovan Karadzic, the “Butcher of Bosnia,” was sentenced to 40 years for his crimes during the 1992 to 1995 Bosnian conflict. The International Criminal Tribune of the Former Yugoslavia convicted him on 10 o

End of the Dream or a New Beginning?

Los Angeles has changed but will it also embrace a new reality?

By James Preston Allen, Publisher I remember traveling one hot July day in 1955 to the opening of Disneyland in Anaheim. For the “happiest pla

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