• In Time,

    Brothers’ Dream,

    A Delgado Brothers Documentary

    Melina Paris Music Columnist

    Just off a great performance that pulled in a big crowd at the Sept. 6 New Blues Festival at Long Beach’s El Dorado Park, Joey Delgado of The Delgado Brothers spoke briefly about the band’s upcoming documentary, In Time, directed by Lance Mungia.

    The title of the film is also the name of a song on Learn to Fly, The Delgado Brothers’ last album. In Time was filmed a more than two years ago, but Delgado said it is going to be a five-year process, so it’s still in rough form. The Delgados are hoping for additional funding to help them complete the film by next year. Originally, they started an Indiegogo account to raise funds. Now, they are applying for a Sundance grant program for films that are already in process.

    “In Time screened two years ago in Monrovia, and more 500 people attended and loved it,” Delgado said. “The premise of the movie is all about my older brothers growing up in the East Los Angeles rock ’n’ roll scene in the 1960s. That is how we started out playing. My brother Bob, the bass player in our current band, was the one who started guiding us to the blues, the real blues. We were able to learn it first-hand”.

    The Delgado Brothers have a rich history of performing and a special relationship with their fans in East Los Angeles and the San Gabriel Valley. This past May they shot additional footage at The Carrie Hamilton Theater in Pasadena. At that time, there were some songs missing from the original filming so the Delgado’s put together a performance with a 7-camera shoot. Many of the songs recorded that day will make it into the film.

    Delgado comes from a family with eleven children. The older generation of brothers started the family’s musical tradition, playing roots and rock music in East Los Angeles.

    The elder brother, Eddie, was in a group called the Ambertones. Another brother, Bobby, had a career as bassist with Thee Exotics. These groups contributed to the start of Chicano Soul and were instrumental in influencing the next generation of local musicians, like Los Lobos and Tierra and, of course, the next generation of The Delgado Brothers.

    Younger brothers Joey, Bobby and Steve formed the Delgado Brothers band. Delgado described their sound as a Texas style, similar to older blues of artists like T Bone Walker, older B.B. King and Muddy Waters.

    In Time will be released to the Delgado Brothers’ friends and family first, then will be available worldwide on iTunes. When the film is completed it will have a screening at a local theater.

    “The Delgado Brothers have been playing for 45 years and I’m proud of the fact that we’re still trying to create new music and we’re still relevant,” Delgado said. “We don’t try to rely on our past successes. We just keep creating and keep playing and we love what we do.”

    Details: http://delgadobrothers.reverbnation.com

     

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  • Fanning the Flames in a Crowded Theater

    By Terelle Jerricks, Managing Editor

    The Sept. 3 homeless forum at the Warner Grand Theatre in San Pedro wasn’t so much about airing grievances and coming up with solutions as it was about de-escalating tensions in the community while gearing up townsfolk for the fight to roll back Proposition 47. The measure reduces many nonviolent felonies to misdemeanors as long as the perpetrator doesn’t have a violent past. Voters passed the proposition in November 2014.

    The forum also was about masking inconvenient truths.

    The format of the event featured five panelists—including Mayor Eric Garcetti’s Homelessness Policy Director Greg Spiegle, Los Angeles Police Department Sgt. Deon Joseph, LAPD Harbor Division Capt. Kathryn Meek, Special Assistant City Attorney Capri Maddox and Harbor Interfaith Services Coordinated Entry System Regional Coordinator Shari Weaver—answering pre-selected questions that were gathered on Councilman Joe Buscaino’s Facebook page. Not surprisingly, most of the questions came from a law enforcement angle, thereby giving most of the speaking time to Joseph, Maddox and to a lesser extent, Meeks.

    Buscaino’s office showed video interviews with four of the 76 “success stories” his emergency response team was able to get off the street and into permanent housing. All of them were among the residents of the encampments near the Beacon Street post office and Ante’s restaurant in the past year.

    Among them was Denise Vigil, also known as Neecee, whose struggles have been documented in the past year in Random Lengths.

    Not long after the forum finished, Neecee was seen outside San Pedro City Hall with her sleeping bag, belongings and her Section 8 voucher in hand. Nora Vela, director of Helping the Homeless in Need, the group behind the tiny houses in San Pedro, took Neecee into her home for the night. The episode called into question either the effectiveness of Buscaino’s Emergency Response Teams or his office’s integrity on the issue. The next day a message was left with Branimir Kvartuc, Buscaino’s communications director, but he has yet to respond.

    Joseph repeated his mini online documentary about the police officer who “single-handedly got 150 people off the streets.” Later he mentioned that he helped about 730 people who were in danger of being kicked out of their home.

    Joseph prefaced his allotted 15 minutes by saying he wasn’t going to engage in demagoguery against the homeless, but was going to engage in some truth telling based on his 18 years of experience working Skid Row in downtown Los Angeles. It should be noted that Joseph had the benefit of a seven-and-a-half-minute Facebook video documentary show before the forum to introduce him and the LAPD perspective on the problem of homelessness. The following is deconstruction of the video:

    The Hi-Jacking of the Moral High Ground

    Joseph has endless gritty hard luck stories for people accustomed to watching John Walsh’s America’s Most Wanted or some other crime drama. Some of his stories are heartwarming.

    But his solution to homeless question calls for city residents to “come to a political middle ground between NIMBYs (not in my backyard) and the lefties.” He said the lefties just want to let the homeless stay where and as they are, while NIMBYs don’t want them in their communities. His explanation was simplistic and just not true. Homeless advocates are not proposing to leave people out on the streets, but this is how the entire discussion of homelessness is framed.

    “There’s fallout to leaving the homeless where they are,” said Joseph to Buscaino during the video as they walked in downtown Los Angeles’ Skid Row. “Some of these people aren’t really homeless.”

    He said that he gets five contacts per week from family members looking for their loved ones. Yet, who knows if those families were broken or dysfunctional in any way that caused these folks to live in the streets in the first place, or if these families simply didn’t have the wherewithal to care for their loved ones before they turned to the streets.

    His narrative stemming from his experience has a way of covering up some of the dynamics that lead people into homeless, particularly if they are dealing with mental illness.

    Frequently we hear that there aren’t enough shelter beds to accommodate those who are sleeping in the streets. But because of the framing of the conversation, donated tents and tiny houses are now “dens” of drug abuse and prostitution and an irritant from a law enforcement perspective. In so many words, it makes cops’ job harder.

    In the video, Joseph said there are five major missions on Skid Row that collectively provide 9,000 meals per day, in addition to providing clothes, support services for drug addiction, housing and jobs.

    Council District 14 includes Skid Row and much else of downtown Los Angeles. According to the last homeless count, there were a little more than 6,000 homeless residents in the district.

    “Some people become obese living on the streets because they eat what they want to eat,” Joseph noted.

    Homeless advocates would agree with him on the best ways a concerned citizen can help the homeless, which includes providing hygiene kits and perhaps directing them to nearby services. Joseph makes a strong argument about not giving money or buying food for the homeless. Interestingly enough, this is an area in which Vela and Joseph actually agree.

    Since Vela began her outreach efforts by handing out 12 tacos, she has been preparing balanced and sometimes vegan meals. She regularly hands out hygiene kits and has gone so far as to build portable toilets and showers for a few individuals. That’s a lot further than many people are willing to go to help another human being, especially in San Pedro.

    There’s a reason the LAPD was under a consent decree for 10 years, and it wasn’t because they were interested in community policing. Joseph hints at this a few times during the homeless forum.

    During the forum, Joseph categorizes the homeless into four categories:

    • Good people doing the best they can under unfortunate circumstances.

    • Good people with addictions leading them to criminality, such as theft.

    • Bad people with redeemable qualities, such as gang members, who turn their lives around and become assets to the community.

    • Predators that prey on the weak.

    Joseph uses the example of the Downtown Gangsters, comprised of Bloods and Crip gang members. This group was the target of a 2014 interagency crackdown. Joseph said the gang had co-opted the bathrooms and started charging the homeless to use them while allowing paid drug and prostitution customers to use them free—all happening within blocks of the LAPD’s headquarters, the city attorney’s office and district attorney’s office.

    He also called the initiatives such as more public bathrooms and tiny houses noble ideas, but ultimately ill-conceived. He cites examples of how they failed in downtown Los Angeles.

    He says these initiatives encourage human trafficking, drug sales and drug overdoses. Joseph spent considerable time in the documentary video discussing the 27 Andy Gump toilets that were installed in Skid Row back in the 1990s. The problem here is that he doesn’t address how to deal with the proliferation of human fecal matter on public streets.

    Joseph subtly hints at how the LAPD’s negative perception from the early 1990s politically impacts their work in the streets when he discusses the LAPD’s warning that the Andy Gump toilets would cause crime to skyrocket in Skid Row.

    “Of course, we’re the big bad LAPD, so they brought it in anyway,” Joseph said.

    But perhaps the biggest issue with this part of the discussion is that San Pedro is not downtown Los Angeles. There are 6,000 homeless people in Council District 14 and about 1,500 in all of Council District 15, and there are only 376 homeless people in San Pedro. The most dominant gang in San Pedro, when last checked, was Rancho San Pedro. There are several other gangs in the Harbor Area, but the Harbor Area is not downtown Los Angeles.

    To Joseph, this forum wasn’t just about dealing with the homeless, but about cutting the police some slack in how they deal with the homeless and amending or ending Prop. 47. Basically, he argued that the inability to arrest addicts in possession of drugs in quantities legally labeled as “personal use” is hamstringing the police.

    In reference to how the police deal with the mentally ill, he blamed society for not giving them tools other than handcuffs and a gun. He doesn’t elaborate further on the point. At the end of the night, the only apparent solution was more resources for Harbor Interfaith.

    Aside from Shari Weaver asking property owners to accept Section 8 vouchers and Spiegle’s discussion about the lack of affordable housing, there was no serious discussion about increasing affordable housing. Buscaino, at the end of the night, noted that there are 311 supportive housing units that were either already available or about to become available at the Blue Butterfly Villa, Vermont Villas 127th Street Apartment and the El Segundo apartments. The question is how many, and how long were these available?

    The councilman said he also wrote letters to the mayors of neighboring cities requesting their buy-in in creating supportive housing in their respective cities and forming a South Bay Committee on homelessness to discuss best practices and solutions.

    Make no mistake about it, just about all of the initiatives the councilman spoke about that Thursday night are worthwhile initiatives. But, if the bottom line to ending homelessness is securing permanent housing for our most chronically homeless, then he’s essentially saying that the best that we can do in the immediate future is get 311 of our 376 homeless people off the street, give or take a dozen.

    The councilman did well to highlight Shari Weaver, the face of Harbor Interfaith Services in its role as the lead agency for Service Planning Area 8 of the Coordinated Entry System. Weaver repeatedly noted that she works with a really great team in reaching out to our community’s most hard to reach and most difficult to help populations.

    Spiegel’s discussion of increasing the affordable housing stock and improving transitional care and housing for those being release from prisons, hospitals, and foster care didn’t go unnoticed, but certainly unappreciated.

     

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  • Stumping on Fear and Arrogance

    San Pedro Stands up to Fear Mongering

    By James Preston Allen, Publisher

    The Veterans for a Strong America fundraiser aboard the USS Iowa was promoted as Republican candidate Donald Trump’s first speech detailing his national security policy. It lasted all of 13 minutes.

    Donning a red baseball cap emblazoned with the campaign slogan, “Make America Great Again,” Trump’s bombastic rhetoric only added gasoline to the enflamed passions of those who called his stump speeches on illegal immigration racist “hate speech.” This, while the leader of the USS Iowa Battleship Center non-profit, Jonathan Williams, feigned political neutrality.

    A few hundred anti-Trump demonstrators comprised of community activists, union members and Latino leaders protested outside the Pacific Battleship Center’s fence on Harbor Boulevard. They listened to State Sen. Isadore Hall (D-35 District) speak on his divest-from-Donald Trump campaign, which passed the State Senate on Sept. 11.

    Known as California Senate Resolution 39, Hall explained that his resolution condemns racist hate speech by all presidential candidates and calls on the State of California to divest from Donald Trump and all of his enterprises. The crowd cheered for the speakers and booed every mention of Trump’s name.

    “Collectively we send a message that we won’t stand for hate speech…he is here in San Pedro to mislead America,” Hall said as an effigy of Trump bobbed up and down behind, silhouetted by the outline of the famous World War II battleship.

    “Whatever empty promises he makes today he is disqualified to be commander in chief,” Hall announced.

    Hall then concluded his comments with, “I only have one thing to say to you, Donald Trump—You’re fired!”

    Hall’s final comment seemed to encapsulate the protesters’ sentiments precisely. Then something strange happened.

    As Hall’s press conference closed, the Port Police loosened access to the parking lot and the protesters poured in to within 100 feet of the USS Iowa, where Trump had just arrived. It was a moment made for TV news, as the lines were clearly drawn between Trump supporters on the fantail of the ship underneath the big guns and the crowd yelling at the fundraiser attendees to “Dump Trump”—possibly into the harbor.

    Most of this drama never made it onto the nightly news, even though seven or more media companies were covering the event.

    Clearly, the Veterans for Strong America, which promoted and benefited from this event, is a political astroturf organization using its connections to the state of Iowa and the Republican leadership of the Pacific Battleship Center board of directors to use the ship as a symbolic backdrop for what otherwise was just a crass use of patriotism for political benefit.

    Although VSA had basically no money in their coffers until today, they have been busy trying to swiftboat Hillary Clinton by suing the federal government for Clinton’s emails over an issue that’s largely been resolved by numerous congressional committees over the past three years.

    Veterans for a Strong America founder Joel Arends introduced Trump at the rally Tuesday night and gave him their endorsement.

    The whole situation calls into question Pacific Battleship Center CEO Jonathan Williams’ “apolitical” position on the event and puts the center at odds with the museum’s landlord, the Harbor Area’s labor unions, the rather strong Democratic leadership of both the City of Los Angeles and the majority of Harbor Area voters.

    The 18th century essayist Samuel Johnson once said, “Patriotism is the last refuge of a scoundrel.” Besides the misuse of this historic battleship, Donald Trump is clearly the modern definition of the term.

    Trump says he is going to “Make America Great Again” by increasing the size of the military by pouring more money into it. He said that with him as commander and chief, Americans are going to win so much that they are going to get bored with winning. He doesn’t explain which wars he’s planning on fighting (or winning). Hall noted that with all the money that is being spent on nuclear submarines, the greatest threat the United States has ever known, ISIS, doesn’t even have a rowboat as far as he knows.

    Yet Trump’s call for even greater spending on the military comes at a time when the infrastructure needs of this country are greater than they have ever been and our ability to compete in the world economy hinges on the ability to train the workforce in generations to come.

    Lastly, all I can say is that in business when I’m confronted by an egotistical blowhard who says, “Trust me,” I hold onto my wallet and run the other way. And that’s my advice for anyone who is even mildly considering voting for Trump.

     

     

     

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  • Dump the Trump Campaign Gears Up

    By Terelle Jerricks, Managing Editor; Photos by Phillip Cooke

    More than 300 demonstrators picketed presidential candidate Donald Trump’s visit to the USS Iowa from just beyond the parking gates of the Pacific Battleship Center on Sept. 15. They came to the waterfront from throughout Southern California, including Carson, Costa Mesa, Wilmington and San Pedro. The Dump Trump forces provided the perfect backdrop for State Sen. Isadore Hall to promote his Senate Resolution 39, which calls for the state to divest from all Trump-related businesses in response to celebrity candidate’s purposeful race-baiting. (more…)

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  • San Pedro Festival of the Arts Returns

    By Terelle Jerricks, Managing Editor
    The ever-evolving SP TriArt Festival–now transformed into the San Pedro Festival of the Arts–appears to have found a home at Ports O’ Call Village, which during the weekend of Sept. 19 will once again be the place where Southern California’s most incredible top dance troupes perform their most incredible moves.
    Actually, the most interesting part of this year’s festival is the close linkage of yoga and contemporary dance forms. Dance theaters such as CyberYoga and manGO Dance Theatre are headed by professional dancers, who also teach the physical and mental discipline of yoga.

    CyberYoga is headed by Lamonte Tales Goode, a self-taught dancer whose style draws from break dance, hip-hop, acrobatics and yoga. According to his website, http://cyberyoga.la, Goode created a signature fusion style of gravity-defying balance and dance moves that captivate audiences. The evidence is Goode’s performance at the 2014 Los Angeles Zouk Congress, two minutes during which Goode executed moves requiring a great deal of balance, strength and flexibility, while creating tension with his speed.

    Diana Cummin, the head of manGO Dance Theatre, is an award-winning artist, educator and choreographer, who teaches dance and yoga in the Kinesiology and Dance departments of Los Angeles City and Pierce community colleges.

    Comprised of a diverse and multi-age ensemble of dancers, manGO Dance Theatre’s mission is to connect communities through dance in traditional and nontraditional spaces. For manGO, this translates into performance art in alleys, lobbies and beaches, as well as stages. The wide range of venues means video is the best and main way to appreciate what they do.

    The Torrance-based ArteLuta Capoeira derives from capoeira, the Afro-Brazilian martial art that combines elements of dance, acrobatic movements and hand-to-hand combat, and serves as a reminder of the inter-connectivity of art disciplines.

    Capoeira was developed in the 16th century, mainly by West African descendants who incorporated native Brazilian influences. The dance and playful nature of the form was deployed at the time to disguise the training of its practitioners so as to appear non-threatening.

    Varal, the one-named founder of ArteLuta Capoeira, learned the art form from masters in his home country of Brazil. He has continued training and passing on knowledge and tradition to new generations in Southern California.

    The San Pedro Festival of the Arts is increasingly turning Southern California into a hot spot for cutting-edge choreography, according to Louise Reichlin, who took the helm four years ago, after the death of founder Joe Caccavella in 2012.

    Reichlin explained recently that the festival’s new name change is partly about better reflecting the festival’s change in direction. She said that after five years of pulling off increasingly success events at Ports O’ Call Village, she was looking to create a clean slate to impress potential donors and create a new identity in the minds of festival goers.

    And she has. A couple of years ago, Festival of the Arts formed a partnership with Alvas Showroom, which has booked stellar bands for the live music component.

    Unlike the first year, when the festival’s musical lineup was a laundry list of styles, including tribute bands and local combos playing covers, this year’s festival has just one headlining band each day: Identity Crisis from 4:30 to 6:30 p.m. Saturday and Lisa Haley and the Zydekats from 4:30 to 6:30 p.m. Sunday.
    Time: 1 p.m. to 6:30 p.m. Sept. 19 and 20
    Cost: Free
    Details: www.TriArtSP.com
    Venue: Ports O’ Call Village, 1199 Nagoya Way, San Pedro,

     

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  • Michael’s Pizzeria: An Authentic Italian Cuisine Experience

    By Gina Ruccione, Cuisine and Restaurant Writer

    When people want to talk to me about good Italian food in the Harbor Area, I get agitated.

    I shift uncomfortably in my seat and brag that I’ve lived in Italy. I’ve eaten tomatoes sweeter than apples. I’ve had mozzarella that will change your whole perspective on cheese. The rant goes on—blah, blah, blah. Some people call me picky. And, that’s fine. I try to explain that I grew up watching Italian women dance around the kitchen adding a little of this and a little of that. It was completely mesmerizing. They did it without cookbooks, without measuring cups or spoons; it was full of passion, zest and it translated into this fervor for life that I rarely see in the United States.

    So, as you could imagine, when I finally decided to have lunch at Michael’s Pizzeria in downtown Long Beach, I was holding the bar pretty high. The good news is that the food was outstanding. The bad news? Well, there is no bad news.

    If you haven’t tried Michael’s Pizzeria in Long Beach, now would be a good time to get it together. I’ll take it upon myself to help you navigate the menu.

    Antipasti: There are two appetizers that absolutely must be ordered: Arancini Bolognese and Fiori Di Zucca. Arancini in Italian means “little oranges.” Don’t worry, you’re not ordering orange slices for an appetizer. These little rice balls are stuffed with cheese, Bolognese sauce and then deep-fried to resemble little oranges. Fiori Di Zucca literally means “pumpkin flowers.” These were outstanding. The delicate flowers are stuffed with ricotta, gently fried and served with basil pesto and a honey drizzle. They were light, crispy and a wonderful combination of sweet and savory. I ate all of them.

    Insalate: Salads should be balanced, fresh and full of complementary components. The Riccia con Frutta was my favorite salad on the menu. Some people might be over kale, but I’m not quite finished with it. Even if you don’t like kale, you might like this salad. Baby kale with seasonal stone fruit (plums), Gorgonzola cheese, almonds and red onions. Each component was easily identifiable and complemented each other nicely.

    Let me digress before we get into the serious stuff. Of all things to consider when choosing an Italian restaurant, the most important tidbit I can give you is that everything should be made in-house. All of it. From the sauce to the sausages, the less they order from food purveyors, the better. Italians take food seriously. It has always been that way and it will forever be that way. It is innate and deeply rooted in the culture. If someone is trying to serve you something they didn’t make by hand, it’s disingenuous, un-Italian and already lacking a key ingredient: passion.

    OK, back on the food train. Of course, Michael’s Pizzeria makes everything in-house or at their sister establishment and my favorite butcher shop of all time, Working Class Kitchen.

    Pizza: Their pizzas are totally authentic, wood fired-Napoli-style and perfect in every way. The Margherita pizza is my favorite. It’s so simple but the ingredients are so fresh that it must be ordered and consumed on a regular basis. The Porchetta is also phenomenal. Porchetta? It’s a savory, fatty, moist, boneless pork roast — so yes, it should be on pizza. Add a little pesto, red peppers and housemade smoked mozzarella and you can’t go wrong. For some variety, try a Pizza Bianca, or one without tomato sauce. Try the Guanciale Pizza. Guanciale is an Italian cured meat made from pork jowl and its name is derived from the word guancia, which means “cheek” in Italian. It’s a milder smoked meat and it comes on the pizza with mozzarella, goat cheese, stone fruit and a little bit of honey. The Lasagna Napoletana was exceptional, too.

    Michael’s Pizzeria is open for lunch, dinner, happy hour and brunch on the weekends.

    Details: (562) 491-2100; www.michaelspizzeria.com
    Venue: Michael’s Pizzeria, 210 E. 3rd St., Long Beach

    Gina Ruccione has traveled all over Europe and Asia and has lived in almost every nook of Los Angeles County. You can visit her website at www.foodfashionfoolishfornication.com.

     

     

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  • Real Talk on Phamiliar Ground

    San Pedro’s Local Brand of Hip-Hop Ready for Export

    By Terelle Jerricks, Managing Editor; Photos by Phillip Cooke

    Whether it’s country music, blues, rock, rhythm and blues or rap, storytelling is one of the most important and most basic elements of successful songwriting. I recently asked San Pedro rapper, Jacob “Phamiliar” Cerna of Dead Broke Entertainment who his musical idols were. He named Nas, Mos Def a.k.a. Yasiin Bey, Eminem, and Jay Z.

    Aside from being masterful in stretching multisyllabic verses, turning double entendre metaphors and linguistically playing with words like gun play, these artists — whether they were telling their own stories or stories of people they knew — also are masterful storytellers. (more…)

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  • Friends Zone and Memories

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