Shipping Companies Are the No. 1 Cause, Trucking Companies No. 2 By Paul Rosenberg, Senior Editor Port congestion has been a dominant fact of life overhanging the ports of Los Angeles and Long Beach throughout the prolonged contract negotiations between the Internationa
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To the future and the past of the communities surrounding the ports By James Preston Allen, Publisher The showdown between the new executive director of the Port of Los Angeles, Gene Seroka, and the community over the future of the Los Angeles Waterfront
California Resources Corp. halted operations in Carson because they lacked profitability.
By Crystal Niebla, Editorial Intern
Carson residents rejoiced this past week when
By Zamná Ávila, Assistant Editor
Capt. Gerald Woodyard, formerly of the Los Angeles Police Department’s Harbor Division, says, “Being homeless is not a crime.” But, many people in the San Pedro comm
By Zamná Ávila, Assistant Editor Capt. Gerald Woodyard, formerly of the Los Angeles Police Department’s Harbor Division, says, “Being homeless is not a crime.” But, many people in the San Pedro comm
Jan. 30 David Brewer, Rebecca Lomnicky David Brewer will perform, at 8 p.m. Jan. 30, at the Grand Annex in San Pedro. Enjoy the high-energy reels and elegant Celtic tunes on fiddle and bagpipes with guest vocalist, Christina Burch. Details:
By John Farrell Celebrating the beginning of its 15th year, Casa 010 opened Clean Start, a new play by Casa founder Josefina Lopez and Kathy Fischer. The play opened to an almost full house of celebrants who enjoyed the play's comic look
LB Harbor Commission Meeting Reset
The regular meeting of the Long Beach Board of Harbor Commissioners has been rescheduled — a special meeting will take place, at 6 p.m. Jan. 29, at the port's Interim Administrative Offices in Long Beach.
Hahn Helps Keep Defense Logistics Jobs in Pedro Washington, D.C. – On Jan. 28, Rep. Janice Hahn announced that the Defense Logistics Agency Energy Americas West office will remain operating in its San Pedro location. The Defense Logistics Agency had announced plans i
By Davey D. Cook, Guest Columnist and Oakland-based Community Activist A few thoughts on the movie Selma: First and foremost go see it. Again, I repeat, go see the movie. It's powerful; it's moving; it's inspiring; it opens the doors for deeper and more crit