Los Angeles 2014 Election Blog
By Melina Paris, Contributing Writer
The Museum of Latin American Art experienced substantial growth and connection to its local community under Director Stuart Ashman. After five years he stepped down from his position in July.
Ashman plans return to New Mexico in August, where he lived for many years. Ashman served as the secretary for Cultural Affairs … Read more…
By Terelle Jerricks, Managing Editor
Candidate for the 66th District Assembly, Al Muratsuchi, came out on top in the June 7 primary, but turnout, as in the 2014 race, will decide whether or not he takes the seat back from incumbent Assemblyman David Hadley in November.
Muratsuchi won the primary by 4 percentage points—4,540 votes—by carrying Hermosa … Read more…
Green Omni Terminal Could Radically Alter Port Operations
By Terelle Jerricks, Managing Editor and James Preston Allen, Publisher
Photo by Linnea Stephan
Framed by the future of new technology and the backdrop of older gantry cranes, Los Angeles Mayor Eric Garcetti stood at a July 12 press conference at the Pasha Terminal in the Port of Los Angeles.
He … Read more…
Paleoconservative Aspires to be Fire-Starter-in-Chief
By Paul Rosenberg, Senior Editor
Yusef Salaam was a frightened 15-year-old when Donald Trump first entered his life. Trump ran full-page ads demanding his execution for a crime he didn’t commit. “He was the fire starter,” Salaam said.
But Trump, despite being born with big money, has always seen himself as the little … Read more…
Donald Trump, the Ghost of Tricky Dick, Saving San Pedro
By James Preston Allen, Publisher
It’s an old but tested technique of argumentation. When you can’t win on the facts or logic, call your opponent bad names. Donald Trump and his political surrogates have lost the argument on Hillary Clinton’s email. Now they’ve gone back to the … Read more…
Artist Explores Carson’s Diversity
By Christian L. Guzman, Contributing Reporter
The phrase, “high art,” will likely bring certain ideas to your mind— Michelangelo’s David or the Mona Lisa. Picasso or Post Modernism — great works reserved for museums or exclusive private collections.
Ukrainian artist and Carson resident, Alexey Steele, affixed “high art forever” to the top of his … Read more…
NWSPNC Planning Committee
The Northwest San Pedro Neighborhood Council Planning Committee is scheduled to meet July 20 at the San Pedro City Hall.
Time: 6:15 p.m. July 20
Details: View Northwest SPNC’s Committee Agenda here
Venue: San Pedro City Hall, 638 S. Beacon St., San Pedro
Central SP Rules, Bylaws Committee Meeting
The Central San Pedro Neighborhood Council’s … Read more…
Motorcycle Rider Dies in Collision
LONG BEACH — A 28-year-old motorcycle rider died July 16, as a result of a collision near Santiago Avenue and 7th Street in Long Beach.
The incident took place at about 7 p.m. Investigators said that a woman driving a 2013 Volvo S60 was driving westbound on 7th Street. She stopped at … Read more…
Read Part Three of Four here.
RNC Part Four of Four
RLn Editor’s Note: Drew Philip, a freelance writer with Belt Magazine with photographer Garrett MacLean, in the grand tradition of Alexis de Toqueville and Woody Guthrie walked to the Republican National Convention in Cleveland and talked directly and plainly with the people along the way. Philip documented what he learned in a … Read more…
“There Will Be an End to the Earth”
By Barry Yeoman
On the eve of the Republican National Convention, the Cleveland 2016 Host Committee threw a welcoming party for several thousand delegates and guests. It was held at the North Coast Harbor, a recreation area — closed to the public for the evening and heavily secured — … Read more…
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