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LB District 4 Voters Face Tough, Similar Choices

By Zamná Ávila, Assistant Editor The special election to replace Patrick O’Donnell on the Long Beach City Council is just around the corner. Three District 4 candidates are vying to convince voters that they are the best choice for th

LA Harbor International Film Festival Features Live Burlesque

By Ivan Adame, Editorial Intern The L.A. Harbor International Film Festival has announced its roster of films for its 12th year, taking place at the Warner Grand Theatre April 9 through 12. Among them is the 1962 musical Gypsy, which will be preceded by a live,

FilmLA Interrupts San Pedro Businesses

San Pedro Community is Burdened by Sidewalk and Curb Closures By Crystal Niebla, Editorial Intern San Pedro has been invaded by the film industry. FilmLA notices were posted on the windows of local businesses and homes on M

Power Outage Doesn’t Stop Shakespeare

By John Farrell, Curtain Call Writer William Shakespeare had more than his share of production headaches back when the Globe Theater, the original Globe Theater, was operating. Never mind the fact that his female characters had to be played by men — effeminate men,

KJazz Move Results in CSULB Yard Sale

For decades 88.1, KKJZ, has harmonized and jazzed up Cal State University Long Beach campus, but this week it will all come down to a yard sale. The nonprofit station recently moved to Westwood, where Global Jazz — the company that runs it — is headquartered. The move finalized Marc

RLn ENTERTAINMENT: March 10, 2015

March 12 Thursday Night Live The Port of Los Angeles High School presents Thursday Night Live, starting at 7:30 p.m. March 12, at the Grand Annex in San Pedro. POLAHS advanced drama class will be taking on this comedy variety show filled with hilarious

RL NEWS: March 9, 2015

‘Peel Off’ Program Speeding Up Cargo through POLA SAN PEDRO— A new program that expedites cargo by streamlining container moves is speeding up operations at the Port of Los Angeles. Launched Feb. 25, the “Peel Off” Program has

Obama on the 50th anniversary of Bloody Sunday

President Barack Obama spoke before thousands on March 7, during a commemorative ceremony for the 50th anniversary of the events of “Bloody Sunday,” when more than 600 non-violent protesters were at

My Kindle, My Birds & Me

By Lionel Rolfe After several years of deliberation, I finally purchased a Kindle. I now own my very own digital reading device that has all the books I can read on it. There’s lot that’s unsettling about the device, but that’s not entirely bad — just cause

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