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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.

Gallery Azul Celebrates Diversity and Pride

By Melina Paris, Arts and Culture Reporter Early in May, inspired by the prospect of San Pedro’s first pride festival, the proprietors of Gallery Azul...

Archives Enlighten the New LGBTQ+ Generation

By Carissa Diaz, Editorial Intern Walk in to the Cal State Dominguez Hills’ Leo Cain Library Cultural Arts Center and you’ll find stacks magazines from...

The Beauty of Men Captures the Soft Side of Masculinity

By Melina Paris, Arts and Culture Writer Entering the exhibition, The Beauty of Men: Celebrating Tenderness, vibrant rust colored leaves leapt off one composition while...

LGBTQ Community Celebrates 25 Years of Long Beach Film

By Katrina Guevara, Contributor The Long Beach Q Film Festival has been transporting viewers to new places and times of empathy for decades. The festival...

The Twentieth-Century Way

By Greggory Moore, Curtain Call columnist In 1914, W.H. Warren and B.C. Brown, two men with no law-enforcement experience, were hired by the Long Beach...

Good Intentions Don’t Make for a Good All-American Genderf*ck Cabaret

By Greggory Moore, Curtain Call columnist One of the most compelling—and for many, troubling—sociological topics of our time is gender identity. While half of Americans...

Map Connects LA’s LGBTQ Youth with Vital Resources

LOS ANGELES — On June 28, Los Angeles Controller Ron Galperin released a map detailing free and local resources to help LGBTQ homeless youth...

Earth Day and Pride Film Festivals It’s a Wild World

By Melina Paris, Music Columnist Beginning Earth Day weekend and extending into May, venues through the Los Angeles Harbor Area and Long Beach will be...

AS ONE @ Long Beach Opera

Growing up as an unambiguously heterosexual cisgender male, I had the luxury of not being compelled to consider how I fit into any of...

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One plaque recovered; two others still missing On Dec. 5, 2019, surveillance cameras at the Port of Los Angeles...