• Printing Museum Goes To Dickens

    By Lyn Jensen, Reporter Experience Victorian England as Charles Dickens portrayed it, Dec. 12 and 13 at the Printing Museum in Carson. You’ll be able to celebrate the holidays with Dickens and some of his most unforgettable characters

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  • Artful Living at a Slumlord Price

    By Zamná Ávila, Assistant Editor and Terelle Jerricks, Managing Editor Before affordable housing was a visible public policy concern, before the housing market crashed in 2007 and before the creation of the San Pedro Arts District, local artists and property

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  • Flash In The Pan:

    The Stale Toast Antidote

    By Ari LeVaux, Guest Columnist With Thanksgiving in the rearview mirror, and more holiday fare ahead, one question looms above all others: “what to do with all of the hard, crusty bread that will now accumulate since there is no longer a big cavity in some dead turkey to pack it into?” For

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  • LA Artists Share Visions of Tomorrow

    By Terelle Jerricks, Managing Editor A Los Angeles arts community known as VisionLA Fest put on an arts festival that coincides with President Barack Obama’s attempts to pull together a climate action deal with more than 200 nations at the Paris Summit. The VisionLA festival was designed to engage the international conversa

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  • Thankful for Good Friends and Strong Voices

    As the discourse in America becomes less civil

    By James Preston Allen, Publisher I am thankful this season to be among so many friends and supporters who have spoken up these past few months on the issue of homelessness, from the students at San Pedro High School who wrote letters, to t

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  • Nikole Cababa:

    Courage, Voice, Power

    Photo by Phillip Cooke By Zamná Ávila, Assistant Editor Nikole Cababa comes from a strong line of fierce women, but she had to overcome identity and cultural challenges before she found her own voice as a grassroots organizer. Cababa is the

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  • Sowing the Seeds of Compassion

    Community Support of Harbor Interfaith is on the Rise

    By Terelle Jerricks, Managing Editor Despite the high-profile divisiveness over how to respond to the growing number of homeless people in San Pedro, Harbor Interfaith Services reports a quiet but significant surge in community sup

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  • Echoes of China Shipping

    SCIG Railyard Trial Resurrects Old Concerns

    By Paul Rosenberg, Senior Editor   Despite more than a decade of welcome environmental progress by local ports, haunting echoes of the China Shipping lawsuit hung in the air on Nov. 16 and 17. Judge Barry P. Goode h

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  • Aggrieved Residents Have Their Say About Homeless People

    Photos and Article by Kevin Walker, Neon Tommy, Annenberg Digital News

    Community activists from San Pedro left City Hall satisfied on Nov. 17, after the City Council approved new measures to deal with the Los Angeles’ 26,000 homeless people. The activists are members of the group Savi

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  • Beyond Terror

    Paris attacks reflect failure to learn

    By Paul Rosenberg, Senior Editor In The Art of War, Sun Tzu writes, “If you know the enemy and know yourself, you need not fear the result of a hundred battles. If you know yourself but not the enemy, for every victory gained you will

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