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Garcetti Launches Online Support for Temporary Deportation Relief: RL NEWS Briefs for July 7, 2015

Garcetti Launches Online Support for Temporary Deportation Relief

LOS ANGELES — On July 6, Mayor Eric Garcetti launched an online effort to build public support for President Barack Obama’s immigration executive actions to provide temporary relief from deportation to immig

Bixby Park Construction Project Begins: RLn ANNOUNCEMENTS July 3, 2015

July 6 Bixby Park Construction Project Begins The first phase of planned renovations at Bixby Park is scheduled to begin on July 6, with the construction of a new playground featuring a 2- to 5-year-old

POLA Starts Construction on Yusen Terminal Improvements: RL NEWS Briefs of the Week of July 2, 2015

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POLA Starts Construction on Yusen Terminal Improvements

SAN PEDRO — The Port of Los Angeles will begin construction this summer on a two-year project to improve the marine container terminal operated by Yusen Terminals LLC. The Los Angeles Board of Harbor Co

Tongva Allies With Homeowners to Fight Plains All American

By Paul Rosenberg, Senior Editor On June 14, John Tommy Rosas, tribal administrator for the Tongva Ancestral Tribal Nation, filed a notice of public nuisance against Plains All American Pipeline. The notice was related to the April 19 Santa

#LoveWins: LGBTQ, Allies Celebrate Nationwide Marriage Equality in Long Beach

The U.S. Supreme Court Declared Marriage for Same-Sex Couples Legal in All 50 States

By Crystal Niebla, Contributing Reporter Lesbian, gay, bisexual, transgender and queer leaders and allies joined nationwide

LBPD Focus on Public Relations at Town Hall Meeting

By Diana Lejins, Contributing Columnist Hiring practices, promotions, diversity and community engagement were the focus of a June 11 town hall meeting that the Long Beach Police Department hosted at Church One, in the northern part

Cruising for the Blues, Looking For The Light

By B. Noel Barr, Music Writer Dude Before I could cross 6th Street, I had to make a quick trip to see what that righteous music that was pulling me down the block on yet another Third Thursday in San Pedro. An energetic music happen

TERRA’S KITCHEN:

The Farm to Door Food Delivery Service

By Gina Ruccione, Cuisine and Restaurant Writer We all have guilty pleasures. Mine happens to be watching the Food Network for hours on end and then trying to recreate lavish dinners for my friends and neighbors.

Grassroots Fighter Seeks Seat In Congress

By Paul Rosenberg, Senior Editor In April of 2014, Common Cause and the ACCE Institute released a report, “Big Oil Floods the Capitol: How California’s Oil Companies Funnel Funds Into the Legislature.” The No. 1 recipient identified wa

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