• The Whistleblower

    Candidate for LA County Sheriff Bob Olmstead Speaks on Changing the Department From Within and Without

    By Terelle Jerricks , Managing Editor

    Candidate for Los Angeles County Sheriff, Bob Olmsted, was a frustrated man in the winter of 2010 and 2011.

    He retired from his command at Men’s Central

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  • Citizenship Application Volunteers

    The Greater LB Interfaith Community Organization is seeking volunteers to assist people with filling out their citizenship applications, from 9 a.m. to 3 p.m. June 14. The group also is seeking volunteers to help with data entry, updating its website and other forms of communications. Details: (562) 533-4903

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  • RL NEWS: May 28, 2014

    San Pedro & Peninsula and Wilmington YMCA Board Member Receives Top Recognition SAN PEDRO – YMCA of San Pedro & Peninsula and Wilmington announced, May 22, that long-time board member and Palos Verdes resident, Arthur McAllister, received the Distinguished Golden Book of Service Awa

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  • Food Not Bombs: Defying Authority for a Higher Purpose

    Make no mistake: the members of Food Not Bombs are a bunch of lawbreakers. Bunches is more like it. With at least 500 chapters worldwide (and maybe more than twice that number), every day Food Not Bombers are defying the myriad laws restricting food-sharing. Sharing food with the hungry is an unregulated act of kindness, proclaims the Food

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  • RLn ARTS: May 26, 2014

    June 6 AIDS Assistance Thrift Store Art Event The AIDS Assistance Thrift Store annual fundraising art event, starts from 6 to 9 p.m. June 6, in Long Beach. This is your opportunity to acquire some amazing art before the event begins, socialize with other art enthusiasts and to help a great cause. There is a $10

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  • RLn COMMUNITY calendar: May 23, 2014

    May 24 Garden Tour Join an hour-long guided tour of the gardens of Rancho San Pedro, at 11 a.m. May 24. The Rancho San Pedro is inhabited by various flowers, cactus, succulents, and trees. Gregorio Del Amo, a horticulturist himself, enjoyed bringing plants from all over the world to the Rancho in the early 20th

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  • RLn ENTERTAINMENT Calendar: May 23, 2014

    May 24 Orquesta Charangoa Orquesta Charangoa is scheduled to perform, at 8 p.m. May 24, at the Grand Annex in San Pedro. Orquesta Charangoa is one Los Angeles’ most authenti

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  • RLn ANNOUNCEMENTS: May 23, 2013

    May 24 Weekend Closure to Affect 710 Route to Queen Mary Area A short-term closure Memorial Day weekend of southbound Harbor Scenic Drive at the southbound Interstate 710 Freeway will require travelers headed to Queen Mary-area destinations, including the Carnival cruise terminal, south waterfront hotels and the Port of Long Bea

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  • RL NEWS: May 23, 2013

    Arrest, Charges Filed in 2013 Shooting Case LONG BEACH — Los Angeles County District Attorney’s Office filed multiple charges in a 2013 shooting case against 23-year-old Raymond Rene Rodriguez of Long Beach. Rodriguez was arrested May 18 on an outstanding warrant. Through the course of their investigation, detectives learne

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  • Night Train To Shanghai

    By Lionel Rolfe Night Train to Shanghai And Other Memories Of China  Gerald Nicosia Grizzly Peak Press Gerald Nicosia is probably better known for his non-fiction — Memory Babe is still the major work on Jack Kerouac and his Home To War is a major opus on the Vietnam Wa

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