• RLn Upcoming COMMUNITY Events

    April 6 Henrietta E. Mosely The San Pedro Historical Society presents Henrietta E. Mosely as part of their First Sunday Speaker Series. The topic of the talk titled: “History Through a Lighthouse Lens.” Henrietta E. Mosely is the author of the book Point Fermin Lighthouse Families, 1874-1927. The event will take place,

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  • RLn ANNOUNCEMENTS

    March 29 Workshops Announced For Bixby Park Councilwoman Suja Lowenthal and the Department of Parks, Recreation and Marine announced dates and times for three workshops where participants will re-imagine Bixby Park, its community center and playground. Starting at 9 a.m. March 29, at the Bixby Park Community Center, atte

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  • RLn NEWS of the Week

    Students Connect with Global Executives SAN PEDRO — On March 27, the International Trade Education Programs will honor 23 student scholars from six Southern California high schools at its 14th Annual Scholarship Dinner, themed “Crafting Future Careers,” on March 27, 2014 at Crafted at the Port Los Angeles in San Pedro. More than

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  • Health Care Enrollment Fair

    March 27 Mt. Sinai Missionary Baptist Church in collaboration with the Office of Rep. Janice Hahn is having a health care enrollment fair, from 4 to 8 p.m. March 27. Certified enrollment counselors will be available to enroll community members into Covered California and insurance programs. Details: Read More

  • Dine With a Queen in Long Beach

    By Lyn Jensen

    Beachfront dining is an everyday sport here in the South Bay, and 2014 has brought a remarkably summery winter and spring, even by California standards. That means we can enjoy Long Beach’s waterfront before tourist season hits. If you’re visiting the city harbor and looking to get away from chain restaurant menus, you

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  • Getting Older, Not Always Gracefully

    By Lionel Rolfe

    Getting older was supposed to be easier than this--more like a wonderful long vacation. But of course, it hasn't been that way. My wife left me just before I turned 70 and I’m still not getting along with it too well a couple of years later. I don’t have enough on Social Security to survive, so I'm still wo

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  • Environment Advocate Seeks LB Council District 7 Seat

    By Zamná Ávila, Assistant Editor

    Joan GreenwoodFor more than 25 years Joan Greenwood and her late husband, John Gailey, have e

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  • Homeboy Industries Honored at Noche de Estrellas

    By Zamná Ávila, Assistant Editor

    [caption id="attachment_6529" align="alignright" width="150"]Aquarium of the Pacific Trustee, Dr. Martha Molina</p>
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  • NEWS OF THE WEEK

    LONG BEACH Charges Filed for Suspect in February Murder LONG BEACH — On March 14, the Los Angeles County District Attorney’s Office filed murder and weapons charges along with gang enhancements against 24-year-old Joseph Avila. Avila was arrested March 12, at his Long Beach residence for the murder of Robert Anthony Proan

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  • Buscaino Advocates for Harbor Area in D.C.

    WASHINGTON, D.C. — On March 14, District 15 Councilman Joe Buscaino discussed his recent travel to Washington, D.C. in his e-newsletter. Buscaino traveled with seven colleagues for the annual National League of Cities conference and the Los Angeles Area Chamber of Commerce’s Access DC program. Their presence in D.C. is critical because Ca

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