Monday, July 13, 2020

Christian Guzman

Random Letters: 8-29-19

Open Letter to Electeds on Homelessness Dear Elected Official, I recently witnessed a presentation on the 2019 Homelessness Count by the Los Angeles Homeless Service Authority. The...

Non-Corporate Candidates Speak

By Christian L. Guzman, Community Reporter The 2018 elections won’t just be remembered as a high stakes battle for Democratic or Republican control of Congress....

Wilmington Celebrates Culture through Pozole

By Christian L. Guzman, Community Writer Wilmington has a longstanding relationship with pozole. I have fond childhood memories, dunking corn tortillas into the rich...

Community, Sailors Flock to Fleet Week

By Christian Guzman Community Reporter and Terelle Jerricks, Managing Editor Hands down, Fleet Week is one of the armed forces most far-reaching marketing tools to...

Bike Culture Rises

Harbor Area Hosts Its First CicLAvia By Christian L. Guzman, Community Reporter It's no easy task bicycling between San Pedro and Wilmington. Although the two communities...

POC Tenants, Port Truckers Challenge POLA

By Christian Guzman, Community Reporter The Port of Los Angeles is a major contributor to Southern California’s economic system. In 2016, the Port of...

Zero-Emission Cargo Truck Technology Tested in Carson

By Christian L. Guzman, Community Reporter Electric trolleys are icons in San Francisco. Although they are viewed by some as a quaint relics, the basic...

Pedro Stands with Standing Rock

Friends and family joined Chicana elder, Xochitlmilko (second from the left) in singing Lakota songs at Badfish Skateshop in San Pedro. The group raised...

Wilmington Takes Back Its Neighborhood Council

The Los Angeles Department of Neighborhood Empowerment hosted a candidate forum and selection to enable the Wilmington Neighborhood Council to continue to function. This action of “exhaustive measures” was taken because of the Wilmington council’s inability to approve expenditures or host meetings due to lack of quorums within the past several months.

Buscaino Comes Face-to-Face With Navigation Center Opponents

Los Angeles City Councilman Joe Buscaino was heckled by angry residents at an Oct. 4 public forum. His office organized the event to seek feedback on his proposal to bring a homeless navigation center to San Pedro.

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