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Gentrification in San Pedro: What We Lose

By Arlo Tinsman-Kongshaug It is no secret that gentrification has been sweeping through Los Angeles for quite some time. From Venice to Highland Park, working...

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...

Building an Enduring Waterfront

Travel around the world and you're bound to get inquiries about your place of origin. How would you answer: San Pedro or Los Angeles?  “Los...

Blood and Graffiti

Caught between the port and the town By James Preston Allen, Publisher On any given morning, I can hear both the sounds of the port and...

Back to the Future   

Historic mistakes come back to haunt the harbor and no one seems to notice By James Preston Allen, Publisher There’s something in the American psyche that...

Big Reveal Threatens Ports O’ Call Restaurant

By Carlos M. Garcia One recent Friday night I stopped by the Ports ‘O Call Restaurant to see what all the commotion was about. The...

Government: Only as Good as the People Who Run It

By James Preston Allen, Publisher Complaining about government is kind of a birthright here in the “land of the free.” In fact, it’s probably more...

Judge’s “Fluid” Ruling Against POC Restaurant will Destroy Jobs and Landmark

By Lou Caravella On May 21, Los Angeles Superior Court Judge Douglas Stern issued his ruling against Ports O’ Call Restaurant and its bid to...

Local Treats for Mom

Mother’s Day is May 13. How will you celebrate with Mom? Here are some local ideas. Mother’s Day Dining Events Ports O’ Call Waterfront Dining Restaurant Memories...

Town Hall It Was Not

Demolition of Ports O’ Call Village comes at the same time POLA reveals plans By James Preston Allen, Publisher Six months ago, the Port of Los...

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Let Your Voice Be Heard

During this unprecedented time, public comment during board meetings has transitioned from in-person to call-in, which has substantially increased public access and...