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By Terelle Jerricks, Managing Editor Long Beach took another step toward on March 13 the Long Beach City Council created a legal defense fund for immigrants facing deportation and passed a resoluti
When encountering a person experiencing a mental health break or some state of insobriety, a typical Los Angeles resident has the option of either calling the emergency line or turning a blind eye. In non-emergency situations, the first option could be ab
By Terelle Jerricks, Managing Editor Jackson Browne’s show at the Grand Annex Dec. 17 has long been sold out. But the very fact that he’s coming to San Pedro is worth a mention. Singers and songwriters who continue to produce 10, 2
Packing a Punch on the Mural SceneBy Terelle Jerricks, Managing Editor Twenty-two artists and art teams put up 21 murals on the sides of Long Beach buildings and walled fences in the span of a wee
Michael Justice (Oct. 22, 1955 – Jan. 4, 2017)
By Terelle Jerricks, Managing Editor Voters on March 7, 2017, will decide whether to re-elect Councilman Joe Buscaino. Four candidates filed paperwork to gather signatures to get on the ballot, including Caney Arnold, an activist for the Bernie S
By Terelle Jerricks, Managing Editor Los Angeles neighborhood councils were intended to make city government more accessible to citizens, with hope that they evolve into a bicameral governing system similar to New York City’s borough system.