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Gerald Desmond Bridge Replacement Project Work: RLn ANNOUNCEMENTS Nov. 20, 2015

Nov. 20

Gerald Desmond Bridge Replacement Project Work

The lane westbound on Ocean Boulevard will closed from 7 p.m. to 5 a.m. Nov. 20 through 24. There will be an alternating lane closure of the westbound Ocean Boulevard off-ramp to State Route 47. N

LAPD Harbor Area Unveiled Little Free Library: RL NEWS Briefs Nov. 19, 2015

LAPD Harbor Area Unveiled Little Free Library

SAN PEDRO — On Nov. 19, the Los Angeles Police Department Harbor Area Division hosted Harry Bridges Kindergarten students for an unveiling of their Little Free Library LAPD Harbor Area, in conjun

Letters to the Editor

Editor’s note: In the past week, Random Lengths News received a slew of letters to the editor from San Pedro High School students on stories published this past Summer—stories ranging from RLn’s coverage over the community debate on homelessness, the potential dangers of Rancho L

CSU Faculty Demand Raise: RL NEWS Briefs Nov. 18, 2015

CSU Faculty Demand Raise

LONG BEACH — More than 1,000 California State University faculty, and their students, took to the streets, Nov. 17, outside the chancellor’s office in Long Beach. The group was demanding a 5 percent raise in the midst of negotiations bet

Garcetti Announces Program to Assist Students in Military Families: RL NEWS Briefs for the week of Nov. 17, 2015

Garcetti Announces Program to Assist Students in Military Families

SAN PEDRO — On Nov. 12, Mayor Eric Garcetti unveiled a new program that will help deliver essential resources to Los Angeles Unified School District students whose parents or guardians are either veterans or act

Buscaino’s School-Zone Drag Strip

By David Weaver, Parent of a White Point Elementary School Student San Pedro streets are getting narrower—25th Street and Pacific Avenue, for example. The shift is part of a larger effort to slow us down. Speed bumps, narrow streets, zigzags, roundabouts have

Contemporary Crafts Market Supports Local Artists

Architectural designer and woodworker Michael Olshefski creates custom furniture and sculptures. Photo courtesy of Contemporary Crafts Market By Melina Paris, Contributor The Contemporary Crafts M

Harbor Area Offers Alternatives to Slaving Over Thanksgiving Dinner

By Gina Ruccione, Restaurant & Cuisine Writer Not interested in cooking this year? I get it. We all have moments where we would rather decompress and just let someone else take care  of dinner. For those of you who plan on heading out for Thanksgiving Dinner, here’s w

Cooking Tips and Tricks:

How to Not Completely Screw Up Thanksgiving Dinner

By Gina Ruccione, Cuisine Writer The holiday season comes at the same time every year, but somehow it always seems to sneak up out of nowhere. Stress ensues and often continues all the way to New Year’s Day.

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