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Remaking Justice

By Paul Rosenberg, Senior Editor The murder of George Floyd was a feature, not a bug, in the eyes of a growing number of critics,...

A Towering Task: The Story of the Peace Corps

By Melina Paris, Arts and Culture Writer The idea for the Peace Corps took hold of then-Sen. John F. Kennedy after reading The Ugly American,...

SPNCs Respond to Proposed LAPD Budget Cuts

By Hunter Chase, Reporter In April, Los Angeles Mayor Eric Garcetti’s proposed budget for the 2020-2021 fiscal year included $1.86 billion in discretionary funds for...

Long Beach and San Pedro Farms Feed the Needy During COVID-19 Crisis

It’s a big world, so perhaps there’s an urban farmer or three out there who is in it solely for the money. Talk to...

When the Cost of Meat is a Pound of Flesh

Local restaurants are facing higher meat prices By Terelle Jerricks, Managing Editor Three barbecue days mark the beginning, the middle and the end of summer....

The Pathology that Can Destroy America

By Paul Rosenberg, Senior Editor While Donald Trump played golf over the Memorial Day weekend and America’s official COVID-19 death count neared the 100,000 mark,...

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...

New Office, New Challenge

San Pedro clinic is the first line of defense By Hunter Chase, Reporter These days, when patients walk through the doors of  any of the three...

From Honduras to America-The Beginning of the Story

Miguel Angel Girón Martínez kept his story relatively brief during the panel discussion, but a few weeks prior, he gave a more detailed interview...

The Primary Battle to Take the Cup from Vladovic

By Terelle Jerricks, Managing Editor When Mike Lansing entered into the 7th District school board race, he became a near automatic front runner among seven...

Jim Stanbery and the Campaign to Change District 15

Stanbery had a vision for a different kind of city, and decades later some of it actually came to pass. Some of the issues touched on are still with us today

Retail’s Revival Tale at the Harbor – LB’s  Retro Row Leads the Way, SP Retail Returns to Basics 

For more than 20 years, San Pedro retailers looked at the redevelopment efforts in the city of Long Beach with a mixture of admiration and envy. San Pedro retailers didn’t necessarily want to look like Long Beach, but they did want the vitality that comes with a transforming downtown.

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Sails have begun. Explore the Long Beach Harbor on a Tall Ship!

The goal is to raise environmental awareness that leads to personal action to reduce marine plastic pollution and human impacts to our local coastline and its marine organisms with engaging bilingual (Spanish) materials and trained bilingual (Spanish) docents.

TRUMP, INC. What the Trump Campaign Is Up To on YouTube (Hint: It Involves Aliens, Bin Laden and Ivanka)

The president’s most recent sit-down interview? As it happens, it occurred last week on “Triggered,” a YouTube program hosted by his namesake son.

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