• Ghosts of Vietnam and Memphis

    By James Preston Allen, Publisher The era that we have come to know as the ‘60s actually started much earlier — 1955 to be exact. It began with simple act of defiance by a woman of color refusing to give up her seat on a segregated bus in Montgomery, Alabama. Rosa Parks would eventually become a national symbol for th

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  • Forget Trump — Impeach the Party that Enables Him

    By Paul Rosenberg, Senior Editor Donald Trump almost certainly won’t be impeached and removed from office, despite overwhelming evidence he’s guilty of bribery. But that doesn’t mean he can’t be held accountable — along with the increasingly cult-like party that’s protecting him. That’s how activists like Pe

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  • An Ocean’s Worth of Genetic Diversity in a Cup

    Scientists collect specimens from coastal waters for DNA registration technology

    By Hunter Chase, Reporter Those who regularly attend the meetings of the Coastal San Pedro Neighborhood know Dean Pentcheff as the man who represents waterfront residents in San Pedro. But P

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  • Changes to San Pedro Public Market Lease Approved

    By Terelle Jerricks, Managing Editor On Nov. 21, the Los Angeles Board of Harbor Commissioners approved several amendments to contracts associated with the San Pedro Public Market, a planned commercial waterfront development expected to begin construction in 2020. Two years after granting the Los Angeles Waterfront Allia

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