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Woody Guthrie is Still Singin’

Published on July 10th, 2014 | by Zamná Ávila

By John Farrell The Hollywood Fringe Festival is over for a year and no one could see everything. But there were moments, and the best, from our point of view, was Hard Travelin’ with Woody Guthrie, [&hellip... Read More

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Susan Anspach

How Meeting Susan Anspach Completed The Circle

Published on July 3rd, 2014 | by Zamná Ávila

Goodnight moon. Goodnight room. Goodnight Lionel in the room. —Susan Anspach   I met her at a Thanksgiving party in 2012. Karen Kaye, the sister of avant garde filmmaker Stanton Kaye, had been throwing the parties [&hellip... Read More


Long Beach City Hall

RLn ANNOUNCEMENTS: June 30, 2014

Published on June 30th, 2014 | by Zamná Ávila

July 1 LB City Council Votes on Civic Center The Long Beach City Council will consider whether to move forward on building a new Civic Center, which includes the Main Library and City Hall, at its [&hellip... Read More

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Shakespeare is Still Going Strong

Published on June 27th, 2014 | by Zamná Ávila

By John Farrell It’s time for Shakespeare. For the 17th season Shakespeare by the Sea is presenting plays by the bard of Avon at Point Fermin Park for the next few weeks before going on tour to [&hellip... Read More

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Feuer Announces Renewed Neighborhood Prosecutor Efforts

Published on June 26th, 2014 | by Zamná Ávila

By James Preston Allen, Publisher Watching City Attorney Mike Feuer explain his goals for the Neighborhood Prosecutor program was in sharp contrast compared to the hubris of what I remember from former City Attorney Carmen Trutanich. [&hellip... Read More


Human Trafficking

RL NEWS Weekly Update

Published on June 26th, 2014 | by Zamná Ávila

Three Rescued in Human Trafficking Operation LONG BEACH — Two children and a woman were rescued this past weekend in Long Beach thanks to Operation Cross Country, a four-day humane trafficking sweep. Three people were arrested [&hellip... Read More



Museum of Latin American Art Announces Major Change

Published on June 26th, 2014 | by Andrea Serna

By Andrea Serna, Arts and Culture Writer Since its inception in 1996, the Museum of Latin American Art, MOLAA, has worked under the constrictions of a mission statement that focused on the work of artists who [&hellip... Read More

Community Voices


The FIFA Arrived: Tanks to the Street!

Published on June 20th, 2014 | by Zamná Ávila

POR BRASILCOMN 05/28/14  17:12 By Edu Sotos, of Rio de Janeiro The original blog was written in Spanish and published in the Folha De S.Paulo It is noon and torrential rain pours over the favela of Nova Holanda, one [&hellip... Read More

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Picasso’s Women is one the best at the Fringe

Published on June 19th, 2014 | by Zamná Ávila

By John Farrell Picasso’s Women: The Darker Side of Genius is a clever and thought-provoking look at the many women in Pablo Picasso’s long, creative and troubled life. The event in question is a gathering of [&hellip... Read More

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