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  • 11/07/2016
  • Terelle Jerricks

“A newspaper is not just for reporting the news as it is, but make people mad enough to do something about it.” Mark Twain

Published every two weeks for the Harbor Area communities of San Pedro, Rancho Palos Verdes, Lomita , Harbor City, Wilmington, Carson, and Long Beach, Random Lengths is distributed at more than 350 locations throughout the region.

Publisher/Executive Editor
James Preston Allen

Assoc. Publisher/Production Coordinator
Suzanne Matsumiya

Managing Editor
Terelle Jerricks

Assistant Editor
Melina Paris

Senior Editor
Paul Rosenberg

Columnists/Reporters
Zamna Avila
Lyn Jensen
Christian Guzman
Richard Foss
Andrea Serna

Advertising Representative
Justin Shahian
Brenda Lopez

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  • John H Winkler

    Trump has a plan for Forest Management
    Last Saturday (11/17/18), Chris Wallace of fox News interviewed President Trump, which turned into lies and more crazy statements. Trump was upset with the lack of Forest Management in California, as he threatened to withhold federal payments to the State. In the interview, Trump shed some light on how California should manage its forest lands in the arid West.
    “We’ve got to take care of the floors, you know, the floors of the forest. It’s very important to rake the floors of the forest”, the president said.
    Trump had been talking with Finnish President Sauli Niinisto on a previous occasion and was baffled to learn of this conversation to the press. It was not what they discussed, as leaf raking had not entered the conversation.
    It should be noted that Trump was not justified in his anger with California, as he should look in the mirror at himself. 50% of California forest lands are the U.S. government and it is their responsibility to provide Forest Management, as the President is not putting into practice what he preaches.

    • 12:38 pm - 11/20/2018

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  • J. McVey

    In the article titled “Town’s Public Artists Dive Into Renaissance” by Melina Paris the number of artists residing in San Pedro is incorrect. It mentions three when actually there is four. Regina Argentin was left out of this article. She painted the electrical box between 7th & 8th on Gaffey. It’s the one everyone loves with the winged ice-cream cones. I’m a collector of her work and have a few paintings throughout my home. Please rectify this blatant error and do an interview with her for Random Lengths. She’s an important artist who has done (and continues to do) significant, exciting and amazing artwork and has been a resident of San Pedro for years.

    • 11:59 pm - 01/02/2019

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