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Chicano Moratorium Turns 45:

The Struggle Continues

By Zamná Ávila, Assistant Editor   Certain tragedies, such as the assassination of President John F. Kennedy and the Sept. 11 attack on the World Trade Center, become lodged in the pe

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Former RLn Reporter Launches Campaign for LBCC Trustee: RL NEWS Briefs Sept. 24, 2015

Former RLn Reporter Launches Campaign for LBCC Trustee

LONG BEACH – On Sept. 21, Vivian Malauulu, a journalism professor at Long Beach City College and former Random Lengths News contributor, announced her intention to run for the Long Beach Community College District

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In Time,

Brothers’ Dream,

A Delgado Brothers Documentary

Melina Paris Music Columnist Just off a great performance that pulled in a big crowd at the Sept. 6 New Blues Festival at Long Beach’s El Dorado Park, Joey Delgado of The D

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Fanning the Flames in a Crowded Theater

By Terelle Jerricks, Managing Editor The Sept. 3 homeless forum at the Warner Grand Theatre in San Pedro wasn’t so much about airing grievances and coming up with solutions as it was about de-escalating tensions in the community while gearing up towns

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Stumping on Fear and Arrogance

San Pedro Stands up to Fear Mongering

By James Preston Allen, Publisher The Veterans for a Strong America fundraiser aboard the USS Iowa was promoted as Republican candidate Donald Trump’s first speech detailing his national security policy. It last

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Dump the Trump Campaign Gears Up

By Terelle Jerricks, Managing Editor; Photos by Phillip Cooke

More than 300 demonstrators picketed presidential candidate Donald Trump’s visit to the USS Iowa from just beyond the parking gates of the Pacific Battleship Center on Sept.

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San Pedro Festival of the Arts Returns

By Terelle Jerricks, Managing Editor The ever-evolving SP TriArt Festival–now transformed into the San Pedro Festival of the Arts–appears to have found a home at Ports O’ Call Village, which during the weekend of Sept. 19 will once again be the place where Southern California’s mo

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Michael’s Pizzeria: An Authentic Italian Cuisine Experience

By Gina Ruccione, Cuisine and Restaurant Writer When people want to talk to me about good Italian food in the Harbor Area, I get agitated. I shift uncomfortably in my seat and brag that I’ve lived in Italy. I’ve ea

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Real Talk on Phamiliar Ground

San Pedro’s Local Brand of Hip-Hop Ready for Export

By Terelle Jerricks, Managing Editor; Photos by Phillip Cooke Whether it’s country music, blues, rock, rhythm and blues or rap, storytelling is one of the most important and most

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