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Random Letters — 1-9-20

Jim Stanbery and the Campaign to Change District 15 I was out of state for the holidays and only just saw the latest edition of...

Trio of Arts District Pioneers Honored

By Melina Paris, Arts and Culture Reporter Three pioneering artists, who for a quarter century have worked, educated and exhibited the highest level of professional...

Newsom’s Budget Fine-Tunes a Balancing Act

By Paul Rosenberg, Senior Editor With his “May Revise,” Gov. Gavin Newsome doubled down on two contrasting features of his initial budget proposal unveiled in...

Was Wright’s Pardon Wrong?

By Lyn Jensen, Carson Reporter Most remaining records related to former California Gov. Jerry Brown’s pardon of former state legislator Rod Wright became public March...

Newsom’s First Budget Proposal Sets Some Ambitious Goals

By Paul Rosenberg, Senior Editor Budgets are moral documents—an observation widely attributed to Dr. Martin Luther King Jr. So, what kind of moral statement is...

Value of Truth in an Era of Deceit

The consequences of social media and propaganda By James Preston Allen, Publisher Gov. Jerry Brown’s first incarnation as Gov. Moonbeam, the maverick Democrat dating Linda Ronstadt,...

Speculating on Gentrification

The unintended consequences By James Preston Allen, Publisher I ran into Thom and Jerry at the bank recently — not the cartoon characters, both a local...

Random Letters: St. Oscar Arnulfo Romero; ILWU Endorsements?; Parking at Temple Beth El; Uncle Joe at the PBID Meeting

St. Oscar Arnulfo Romero Pious Latin Americans can always find a good joke to identify an actual problem. The Holy Trinity? Oh yes, that is...

Port Truckers Gain Major Victory with Law Holding Retailers Accountable for Wage Theft

By Paul Rosenberg, Senior Editor A landmark bill authored by State Senator Ricardo Lara and signed into law by Gov. Jerry Brown on Sept. 22,...

Brown Declares Fred Korematsu Day

SACRAMENTO — Gov. Jerry Brown issued a proclamation declaring Jan. 30 as Fred Korematsu Day. Fred Korematsu was born on Jan. 30, 1919 in Oakland,...

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Funding For The Arts Proposal

A substantial percentage of the county’s arts organizations are in danger of permanently closing, leaving the long-term health of this sector in doubt and setting back hard-earned progress in making arts opportunities more accessible to disadvantaged communities.

A Look At COVID-19 Case Numbers And Rates Of Infection In Younger Adults Requires Distance Learning At Institutions

Colleges and universities may continue their essential operations, but most academic instruction must continue to be done via distance-learning

Rep. Barragán’s Annual Older Adults Health Fair and Legislative Briefing

Constituents can join by computer or by phone, for a morning of entertainment from local performers, informative presentations, and updates from Congress

New Long Beach Fire Station Site Approved

The city purchased the property for $2.35 million, and the new station will be built there. It is within a few blocks of the previous site used for the station, which is more than 80 years old.