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Long Beach Blues Society Receives RuMBa Grant

Long Beach Blues Society received $50,000 of the 1 million dollars awarded which allows development of a comprehensive online music curriculum for LBUSD and Long Beach youth.

Random Independent Music

Now that we all have a little more time on our hands, why not submerge ourselves in some new independent music artist. Herman Dune -...

The Ever Changing Tastes of Wolf Bradley

By David Belhouse, Editorial Intern The Harbor Area has always been home to underground artistry. San Pedro’s pop group The Habits is one example of...

Howard Scott Sr. recalls San Pedro history

Editor's note: The following is a transcription of Scott's interview on various topics, from the inspiration for the songs "Slippin into Darkness" to "Cisco...

First Beach Life Festival Draws Thousands

By Mark Friedman, RLn Contributing Writer Inaugurating what might become an annual event, 10,000 South Bay residents came to hear scores of acts and big-name...

Long Beach Pride Festival — Music of the Night

From Buddy Bolden to Big Freedia By Terelle Jerricks, Managing Editor  An an annual basis, the Long Beach Pride festival provides fertile ground, inspiration and a...

Windy Barnes Farrell Sings the Song of Music

By Dennis J. Freeman, RLn Contributor Music for life. That is songbird Windy Barnes Farrell’s story. She sings, sings and sings some more. While...

Quixotic with Love, Done Well and Right

Joshua Fischel and The Fiction’s Album Release at Dipiazza’s By Melina Paris, Music Columnist The record release of Quixotic was an important event on multiple levels....

From Amazing Grace to the Marley Festival

Compiled by Terelle Jerricks, Managing Editor The opening night of the 27th annual Pan African Film Festival will feature Amazing Grace, the documentary about the...

Music for the Soul

Setting the Standard with a Blues Holler By Melina Paris, Music Columnist I’ve been preoccupied by two thoughts in regard to music these past few months. First:...

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Ode to a Bookman

James Bullard Kennedy, July 13, 2020 By Bondo Wyszpolski, Contributor For two decades, Easy Reader and...

Keeping the Beer Taps Flowing During the Pandemic

In this latest edition of Random Lengths, we picked up a column by Beer Paper L.A.’s David Mulvihill, “Navigating the Current Normal,”...

“How Trump Stole 2020,” and What You Can Do to Make It Not Come True

By page 3 of How Trump Stole 2020, where our 45th president is labeled as “an orange-stained, gelatinous bag of malicious mendacity,...

Protestors March in Defense of Portland BLM Activists

As a result of the nationwide solidarity marches, federal troops, under Department of Homeland Security control, have agreed to leave Portland. The...