Long Beach 2014 Election

Long Beach 2014 Election Blog

  • RLn ANNOUNCEMENTS: June 28, 2016

    June 29
    NWSPNC Community Vision Committee  
    The Northwest San Pedro Neighborhood Council Community Vision Committee will meet June 29.
    Time: 6 p.m. June 29
    Details:  Agenda
    Venue: City Hall Building, 638 Beacon St., Room 452, San Pedro

    June 30
    NWSPNC Special Executive Committee Meeting 
    The Northwest San Pedro Neighborhood Council is hosting a special executive committee meeting.
    Time: 5:30 p.m. June 30
    Details: Agenda
    Venue: City … Read more…

  • RL NEWS Briefs/Updates: June 28, 2016

    Man Killed in Drive-By Shooting
    SAN PEDRO — A man, believed to be in his 20s, was killed on June 23 at 2 a.m., while walking near the intersection of Palos Verdes Street and 9th Street in San Pedro. The man’s name is being withheld pending notification of his next of kin.
    Los Angeles Police Department officials … Read more…

  • THE CLEAN HOUSE @ Little Fish Theatre

    There are no rules in theatre. Sure, you can say there must be characters (although Samuel Beckett’s Breath, what?) or that there’s got to be some sort of stage/frame where the play takes place, but you’d be missing the point. In spirit, there may be conventions, but there are no rules.
    So why does Sarah Ruhl’s … Read more…

  • South Side Slim Talks Old, New School Blues

    By Melina Paris, Music Columnist
    Within the first three months of his online radio program, Let’s Talk Blues, Henry Harris, aka South Side Slim, brought not only an engaging personality, but also the chops to showcase the entire timeline of the Los Angeles blues scene. This musician from the south side of Los Angeles regularly describes … Read more…

  • Primary Election Victors Look Toward November

    Congressional, State Senate Elections Could Get Nasty
    Terelle Jerricks, Managing Editor
    In the Los Angeles Harbor Area, Sen. Bernie Sanders found broad swaths of support, particularly in Wilmington and San Pedro, though not enough to turn them into “Bernie-towns.”
    More specifically, Sanders and Hillary Clinton finished in dead heats in precincts covered by the Central, Coastal and Wilmington … Read more…

  • Project SEARCH Builds Job Bridges

    By Adriana Catanzarite, Editorial Intern
    Finding a job is challenging for most people. But people with intellectual developmental disabilities often have a harder time with their search than the average Joe.
    Kaiser Permanente South Bay Medical Center’s Project SEARCH is helping people like 21-year-old Michelle Rojas circumvent those challenges.
    “My teachers helped with my interview portion,” said Rojas, … Read more…

  • Buscaino Discovers the Homeless are his Own

    Emergency Response Team meets with 145 homeless people, 85% call the Harbor Area home
    James Preston Allen, Publisher
    It has been more than 10 months since Councilman Joe Buscaino held his San Pedro Forum on Homelessness at the Warner Grand Theatre, where  he reiterated the commonly held belief that neighboring cities were busing their homeless to the … Read more…

  • CYMBELINE @ Shakespeare by the Sea

    Back when I was heavily into Shakespeare, I considered Othello one of the Bard’s best. It’s a classic tale of deceit and jealousy that may be (along with Hamlet) the most compelling examination of the human psyche until Dostoyevsky’s Notes from Underground a quarter of a millennium later. On the other hand, Cymbeline seemed like a … Read more…

  • Community Celebrates the Life of Democratic Party Stalwart

    Photos and story by Diana Lejins, Contributing Writer
    LONG BEACH — On June 21, about 150 people celebrated the life of longtime Democratic champion Eric Thomas Sean Bradley. The ceremony took place at the Long Beach Terrace Theater.
    Bradley died unexpectedly this past May in his Long Beach home. Celebrants focused on his community activism.
    A Southern … Read more…

  • Their Story: Jewish Latinos Share their Experiences

    By Michelle Siebert, Editorial Intern
    Despite not having much money, sharing her home with her large Mexican family made Tila Carrol’s childhood a happy one. While her upbringing was monolingual (only Spanish was spoken at home), her faith was dichotomous. Her home was Lutheran and Catholic.
    But neither religion seemed to satisfy her curiosity about life’s most … Read more…



Gerrie Schipske
Jana Shields
Steven Paul Mozena
Doug Otto
Bonnie Lowenthal
Richard Anthony Camp
Damon Dunn
Mineo L. Gonzalez
Robert Garcia
Eric Rock
City Attorney
James Johnson
Matthew Pappas
Charles Parkin
City Prosecutor
Rosemary Chavez
Doug Haubert
City Auditor
Laura Doud
City Council District 1
Ricardo Linarez
Misi Tagaloa
Lena Gonzalez
Pilar Pinel
City Council District 3
Jim Lewis
Martha Flores Gibson
Suzie Price
Jack Rosenberg
Stephen Bello
City Council District 5
Thomas Sutfin
Stacy Mungo
Joseph D. Luyben
Carl Kemp
City Council District 7
Roberto Uranga
Teer Strickland
Lee H. Chauser
Joan V. Greenwood
City Council District 9
Ben Daugherty
Rex Richardson

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