• Rumble: Riding the Long Road to Equality

    [gallery columns="1" ids="6975,6976,6977,6978,6980,6981,6982,6983,6974" orderby="rand"] By Zamná Ávila, Assistant Editor   Walk into a gay bar these days and you are likely to see men greeting each other with a hug and a kiss. Not unlike any other bar, people mingle and freely flirt with one another over drinks and music.

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  • RL NEWS of the Week: May 16, 2014

    Coastal Neighborhood Council Presents Results SAN PEDRO — Two-hundred-twenty-three voters submitted ballots for the Coastal San Pedro Neighborhood Council election. The 17 candidates with the highest number of votes are shown and have been selected for the Board. 95 VOTES »

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  • RLn ANNOUNCEMENTS: May 9, 2014

    May 10
    Bridge Construction
    Southbound Interstate 710 Freeway closure connector to westbound Ocean Boulevard will close for 30 months, starting May 10.
    Officials reminded commuters and truck driver heading to the Port of Long Beach and Los Angeles about the long-term closure and detour routes

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  • Ponte Vista Breaks Ground

    By Zamná Ávila, Assistant Editor  SAN PEDRO — Nearly 10 years after it was first proposed, Community leaders joined iStar Financial, May 8, to broke ground on Ponte Vista housing development. On  March 4, the Los Angeles City Council approved the project at 26900 S. Western Ave. in San Pedro. The previously Navy occ

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  • Hahn Walks Out on Dobson

    By Zamná Ávila, Assistant Editor James Dobson vowed to stay away from politics when he began his speech at the annual National Day of Prayer event in Washington D.C. on May 1. “This is not what we are here for, to talk about who we elect and parties and all that,” said Dobson, founder of the conservative group Focus on

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  • Brouwerij West Comes to the Port of Los Angeles

    Photo by Phillip Cooke

    By Michael Koger, Contributing Writer

    If you were to look up Brouwerij West on BeerAdvocate.com, you’d find that it’s located in Rancho Palos Verdes.

    However, if you buy a bottle of their beer, it might say it was brewed i

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  • Central San Pedro Neighborhood Council Meeting

    The Central San Pedro Neighborhood Council welcomes the new commander of the Los Angeles Police Department Harbor Division, Capt. Gerald Woodyard at its 5:30 p.m., May 13 meeting, at Port of Los Angeles High School. The situation of the unused jail at Harbor Division will be addressed by Capt. David Lindsay, commanding officer of Los Angeles jai

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  • Garcetti Launches ‘Entrepreneur in Residence’ Program

    LOS ANGELES — On May 2, Mayor Eric Garcetti launched the Entrepreneur in Residence Program. Within the program Garcetti appointed two experienced entrepreneurs to spend a year developing ideas to boost Los Angeles' economy and create jobs. The initiative is sponsored and supported by Ernst & Young LLP. Ernst & Young LLP is a

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  • High Fidelity Returns

    [gallery ids="6923,6924,6925"]   By Andrea Serna, Arts and Culture Writer There were always a few holdouts: A small core of collectors who held on to their turntables and never placed their albums on the lawn at a yard sale. Now, those collectors have been vindicated. Dig out your turntable. Vinyl is back in a very big way. In 2

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  • RL NEWS: May 5, 2013

    Officer Killed In Harbor City Hit-And-Run HARBOR CITY — A Los Angeles Police Department officer, 32-year-old Roberto Sanchez, was killed and another was seriously injured, after a hit-and-run May 3, in Harbor City. Officers were making a U-turn to follow a speeding vehicle and were broadsided by an SUV at about 4 a.m. near Senator Av

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