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  By Gina Ruccione, Cuisine Writer If you were unable to attend the West Coast BBQ Classic at the Queen Mary May 9, I feel sorry for your loss. What you missed was some of the best barbeque this side

Human Trafficking:

A Look at Modern Slavery in the Harbor Area

By Zamná Ávila, Assistant Editor Editor’s Note: Above is a still photo from the film, Niña Quebrada, which tells the story of a yo

Filling in the Blanks

Harbor Commissioner Dave Arian leaves nothing unsaid at POLAHS State of the School address

By Terelle Jerricks, Managing Editor In four minutes and some change, Harbor Commission member Dave Ar

Connecting the Dots

Between the Waterfront, Minimum Wage, Homelessness, Free Trade

By James Preston Allen, Publisher   So, one day, this guy walks into the newspaper’s lobby to check out our used books for sale and says off-ha

RL NEWS Briefs: May 1, 2015

Boyd Put on Administrative Leave SAN PEDRO — Port of Los Angeles Executive Director Gene Seroka issued as statement after a federal grand jury indicted the chief of police for the Port of Los Angeles on corruption and tax charges. “In light of Thursday’s announceme

Chief of Los Angeles Port Police Named in Federal Corruption Case

LOS ANGELES – On April 30, a federal grand jury indicted the Port of Los Angeles chief of police on corruption and tax charges. The corruption charges in the indictment relate to a scheme in which Chief Ronald Jerome Boyd stood to financially benefit from the development of a social n

Robles’ First Action: Approve Zone Change

Labor Makes Noise for Stadium Jobs

By Lyn Jensen, Carson Reporter Normally a zoning change is a simple routine city council action—unless it has something to do with possibly building a stadium for the National Football Lea

Port Truckers Strike Again

Green Fleet Bows to Pressure in Advance

By Paul Rosenberg, Senior Editor Truckers at four major companies in the Los Angeles and Long Beach port complex went out on an indef