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Catalina in the Winter

By Gretchen Williams, Dining and Cuisine Writer Avalon in winter is the Catalina of old California. The quiet streets and clear skies are reminiscent of...

Change Won’t Be Televised

The shift in media narratives about the Bernie campaign’s chances will surely boost the decibels of alarm bells in elite circles.

Pina’s Mexican Restaurant Celebrates 30 Years

The sweet notes of mariachi trumpet and guitar rang out on the evening breeze in South Shores. Delicious aromas and a promise of wonderful...

MoLAA’s Beer Fest Brings Out Locals and Artisans

By Melina Paris, Arts and Culture Reporter It finally  felt like summer in Los Angeles, which made it the perfect time to showcase local breweries...

Why We Don’t Eat California Spiny Lobsters 

(Even though they taste better) I've always found it strange that with all of the Lobster Festivals we have in Southern California, a state on...

Through Music and Language, A Wilson Student Grasps Keys to Success

By Melina Paris, Staff Reporter Two recent graduates from Wilson High School in Long Beach have found their pathways to higher education, receiving full scholarships...

Farm Day in Ventura County

A Road Tour: Where Our Food Originates By Mark Friedman, Rl staff writer Farm Day is an adventure for the entire family. Held annually in Ventura...

Putin’s Killing Fields Turn Odorless and Colorless

By Sara Corcoran, RLn Columnist Vladimir Putin must be a very happy man. He has a lot to be thankful for, including: a new term...

PADRE: The New Long Beach Restaurant That Will Blow The Rest Out of the Water

By Gina Ruccione, Cuisine and Restaurant Writer Well, that’s it. I’m no longer single. I just fell in love with a restaurant. I know that’s...

Dine With a Queen in Long Beach

By Lyn Jensen Beachfront dining is an everyday sport here in the South Bay, and 2014 has brought a remarkably summery winter and spring, even...

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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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