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Random Letters— 11-7-19

Wesson Vents at LA Times Attack As you all know, I’m a pretty even-tempered guy. But sometimes, even I have to vent. And this is...

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...

Homeless Count Up 45 Percent

Greater LA Homeless stats up in CD-15, Buscaino continues with clean ups and blames neighboring cities By James Preston Allen, Publisher The June 4 release of ...

LA County Supervisor Honors RLn’s 40th Anniversary

On Dec. 11, the Los Angeles County Board of Supervisors recognized Random Lengths News for its 40 years of service to the Los Angeles...

Hahn II and the New County Majority

From Los Angeles City Council to Congress to the Board of Supervisors By James Preston Allen, Publisher Los Angeles County Supervisor Janice Hahn brought together 600...

Galaz Joins CD 15 Race

By Terelle Jerricks, Managing  Editor Donald Galaz, Vice President of the Central San Pedro Neighborhood Council and longtime proponent for a sanctioned racetrack for street...

Arnold Gives His Reasons to Represent

By Caney Arnold, Candidate for the Council District 15 When I started this campaign I was determined to provide voters with a better option.  The...

Bureaucracy: Making Democracy More Difficult

The Exercise of Our Petitioning is a Nuisance at the Public Library By James Preston Allen, Publisher As some of you  know, I have filed papers...

LA Neighborhood Council System’s Future

Open Letter to LA City Council President Herb Wesson By James Preston Allen, Publisher As the outgoing president of the Central San Pedro Neighborhood Council, which...

Saving San Pedro (or the Nation) from Itself

For every human problem there is a humane solution James Preston Allen, Publisher It’s happening across the country—a populist backlash from the right and the left—the...

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The Tipping Point!

By Robert Lee Johnson The general assembly of the Commonwealth of Virginia in 1669 addressed the killing of...

Protests”: In Portland, Getting Out of Jail Requires Relinquishing Constitutional Rights

Federal authorities are using a new tactic in their battle against protesters in Portland, Oregon

Governor Newsom Takes Action to Strengthen State Unemployment Insurance Delivery System

This includes the formation of an Employment Development Department or EDD strike team, and a renewed focus on processing unpaid claims.

Gov. Newsom Releases Final Water Resilience Portfolio

The portfolio prioritizes securing voluntary agreements in key watersheds to improve flows and conditions for fish, address air quality and habitat challenges around the Salton Sea and protect the long-term functionality of the State Water Project and other conveyance infrastructure.