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Tale of Two Realities

San Pedro on the verge of something By James Preston Allen, Publisher From Long Beach’s rising Gerald Desmond bridge to the growing skyline of Los Angeles...

The Battle of Automation

Many believe in the inevitability of automation even as its benefits are challenged, POLA spent its public trust currency on the battle By James Preston...

Betrayal of Trust

Harbor Commission ignores public trust duties in Pier 400 automation vote By Paul Rosenberg, Senior Editor ILWU Local 13 Vice President Gary Herrera put his finger...

Here Come the Robots:

The global trade battle is at the doorsteps of the local economy The stage is set and the battle lines are drawn in the fight...

Saving Jobs By Destroying Them?

Deconstructing PMA’s flawed automation argument By Paul Rosenberg, Senior Editor As the Port of LA Board of Harbor Commissioners postponed voting on the automation permit requested...

The Fruits of  Our Labor and Workforce Automation

U.S. Postal Service to waterfront and technology By James Preston Allen, Publisher I mailed the last issue of this newspaper first class, to a long-time subscriber,...

ILWU Faces Off With Automation

Harbor Commission gropes its way forward dealing with automation plan at Pier 400 By Paul Rosenberg, Senior Editor “The really large question before us goes far...

Random Letters — Gov. Gavin Newsom Ending Death Penalty; Ricardo Garcia Support Death Penalty; Archbishop Gomez on Death Penalty; Pier 400 Automation

Gov. Gavin Newsom’s statement on ending the death Penalty Today, we took historic action to stop the death penalty in California. We cannot be a moral...

Pier 400 Automation Appealed; Public Meeting Set for March 21

By Terelle Jerricks, Managing Editor The atmosphere outside the Feb. 21 Harbor Commission meeting at Banning’s Landing was fraught with tension. Following Port Executive Director Gene...

Uproar Greets Pier 400 Automation Plans

By Paul Rosenberg, Senior Editor Plans to move toward automation at APM’s Pier 400 terminal were pulled from the Harbor Commission’s Jan. 24 agenda at...

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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.