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Evolve Creates Change through the Power of Theater

Jackson Alexander Kelly as Daniel in the stage production of Choosing Us. Photo by Francis Gacad Theatre & Dance Photography, Courtesy of Evolve Theatre By Melina Paris, Contributing Writer Evolve Theatre Co. is on a mission to create p

Long Beach Got Humped

By Mike Botica, Editorial Intern The 11th annual Hump! Film Festival recently returned to Southern California. On its third international tour, the festival will make a pit stop at the Art Theatre in Long Beach, on March 24, with all other showings in Los Angeles. Hos

Babouch Moroccan Restaurant Celebrates 38 Years

By Gina Ruccione, Restaurant and Cuisine Writer If you are a true foodie like I am, then you have a running list of restaurants ready to take on at a moment’s notice. My current list is so long, it’s exhausting. I actually slip into a food

Deke Dickerson Tour Stops at Godmothers

By Mike Botica, Editorial Intern Veteran rockabilly singer, songwriter and guitarist Deke Dickerson will perform at 8 p.m. March 19, at Godmothers in San Pedro.  He will be headlining a bill that includes local band Lazy Lance & The Longhorns.

Harold Greene Creates

By Melina Paris, Music Columnist Harold Greene’s talents expand beyond creating one-of-a-kind furniture, for which he has been featured over the years in Random Lengths News. Greene also builds and creates music. “Unlike furniture making, which

A Balancing Act Part II:

Harbor Interfaith Walks a Tightrope Between Large Caseloads, Politics

By Terelle Jerricks, Managing Editor While the city and the county of Los Angeles are taking steps forward to address homelessness, the entities seem to al

Across the Divide

The 2016 Presidential Race: A Choice of Democratic Socialism vs. Corporate Capitalism

By James Preston Allen, Publisher The 2016 race for president seems to be spinning out in ever more curious and historical proportions with

Brouwerij West Celebrates Its Grand Opening

By Gina Ruccione, Restaurant and Cuisine Writer Most were of the mindset, “I’ll believe it when I see it,” but it has finally happened. After years of delays and construction, the highly anticipated Brouwerij West opened its doors Feb. 27. The grand opening was no

LAHC Architecture Department Chairman Invests in Former Students

Photo by Phillip Cooke

Michael Song Purchases EZ Plan Franchise to Help Students Gain Experience

By Zamná Ávila, Assistant Editor Students who get a credential or degree from an accredited university or trade schoo

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