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Watts Writer Workshop Members Reunite: RLn ANNOUNCEMENTS: Oct. 22, 2015

Oct. 23 Watts Writer Workshop Members Reunite To expose a new generation to the idea of finding a voice through creativity, the organizers have invited middle and high school students from the Watts Learning Center, Dominguez High School Centennial High

DMV Worker, 5 Others Charged in Identity Theft Scheme

DMV Worker, 5 Others Charged in Identity Theft Scheme

SANTA ANA — A clerk at the California Department of Motor Vehicles office in El Monte and five others have been indicted on federal identity theft charges for allegedly using legitimate birth certificates and Social Security

Crash, accident, collision

One Man Killed, Five Injured: RL NEWS Briefs of the Week Oct. 21, 2015

MOLAA’s Salsa Intensifies the Heat

By Melina Paris, Music Columnist Back in September, Grammy award-winning Herman Olivera sang to the driving rhythms of Conjunto Costazul during an evening of New York salsa at the Museum of Latin American Art in Long Beach. Olivera and Conjunto Costazul put on an ene

Between Heaven & Hell

By Lionel Rolfe It’s an oppressively hot day. It was the first time this summer the temperature had gotten up in to the 90s. That wouldn’t have meant much — after all last month it was only August — but for the humidity. Summer usually isn’t humid in Los An

Iconic Mug Shots

By Arlo Tinsman-Kongshaug, Editorial Intern Icons: we all make use of them in some form or another. Be they in the form of singers, actors, politicians or cartoon characters, we identify with them. We aspire to be them and we worship them. We think we know w

Deedub, KLB Shape their Fate

By Melina Paris, Music Columnist Artist and entrepreneur, Deedub, is intent on spreading joy through his ventures to all who will listen. He and his wife, KLB, blend reggae, hip-hop, rhythm and blues, and rock into what they call “Earth music.” “There are no bo

Local Specter Expected at Scary Stories 13

By Ivan Adame, Contributor Scary Stories, which has entertained audiences of all ages with terrifying tales for so long it’s become a local Halloween tradition, returns on Oct. 29 for its spooky-sounding 13th year. As if the event won’t be nerve-wracking enough,

Staff Abuse Censure Hearing Set for Oct. 20

Carson City Clerk Jim Dear Gets to Tell His Side of the Story on Staff Abuse

By Terelle Jerricks, Managing Editor  Politics in Carson has always been a messy business. The March 2015 elections, in which former Mayor Jim Dear

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