• Random Letters — 4-30-20

    In Solidarity with Essential Workers and Our Community As California begins the process of possibly reopening society, ILWU Locals 13, 63 and 94 at the Ports of Los Angeles and Long Beach, would like to take the opportunity to thank essential workers for their tireless work during this trying time. At a time when so many Amer

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  • The Upside, the Downside and the Downright Stupid

    Coronavirus is a dangerous opportunity

    By James Preston Allen, Publisher The thing about a crisis is that it brings out both the best and the worst in people. It exposes those with true leadership skills and those who lack it and it reveals the people who just want to sit in a chair or grandstand

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  • Dancing Waters Club to be Demolished

    Proposed 102-Unit Building Approved

    By Hunter Chase, Reporter The Los Angeles City Planning Commission unanimously approved a four-story apartment complex at 1309-1331 S. Pacific Ave. in San Pedro. The proposed building’s 102 units — including 12 very low-income unit

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  • Ideology and Politics Threaten to Assassinate America’s Oldest Institution

    By Paul Rosenberg, Senior Editor The United States Postal Service is the most ubiquitous face of the federal government (with over 34,000 offices, delivering mail to over 160 million addresses) as well as the most well-regarded (scoring 10 points higher than the Centers for Disease Control and Prevention

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  • Why Your Mail is Late: Report on the USPS

    By Terelle Jerricks, Managing Editor While the battle over the future of the United States Postal Service has been and continues to be fought on Capitol Hill, Random Lengths News has been watching the ramifications of that fight play out in the deliveries of local mail and our own subscriptions.

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  • Mayor Robert Garcia Addresses COVID-19

    Dayzsha Lino, Editorial Intern On April 20, Long Beach Mayor Robert Garcia and the Long Beach Health Department hosted a town hall meeting to discuss city efforts to provide testing and health care in the midst of the COVID-19 outbreak. The mayor also discussed how the City of Long Beach will go about reopening non-essential busine

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  • Vote-By-Mail Ballot Approved 

    SAN PEDRO— Los Angeles County Board of Supervisors, April 28, voted unanimously to approve a proposal by Los Angeles County Supervisors Janice Hahn and Sheila Kuehl to send a Vote-by-Mail ballot to all eligible LA County voters for all elections. Supervisor Sheila Kuehl, wh

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  • Logistics Victory L.A. Utilizes POLAs Supply Chain Power

    SAN PEDRO –– In his Read More