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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...

San Pedro’s ‘Little Italy’ Raises Historical Fiction Question

By Richard Foss, Cuisine and Culture Columnist Generally, Los Angeles ignores or destroys its past and minimalls rise in neighborhoods that used to have character. San...

Ports O’ Call Restaurant Finally Evicted

The Port of Los Angeles has finally made good on evicting Ports O’ Call Restaurant from the site it has called home for 57...

Ports O’Call Restaurant Grasps at Last Straws to Stay

By Terelle Jerricks, Managing Editor On July 9,  an engaged couple who had booked an August wedding at Ports O’ Call restaurant pleaded with the...

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...

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...

Hello, You Must Be Going

POLA Evicts POC Restaurant Just as they Receive Offer to Stay By Paul Rosenberg, Senior Editor For months, the Port of Los Angeles told Ports O’Call...

Whose City Is This?

LA’s economy is booming but will the Harbor Area benefit before the next bust? POLA releases new waterfront plan By James Preston Allen, Publisher At a...

Destroying the Village (Ports O’ Call) to Save the Town

By James Preston Allen, Publisher When I first moved to Pedro in 1973, there was a lying crook in the White House, massive demonstrations in...

The Changing Face of America

The new urban pioneers, slavery on the high seas and Trump By James Preston Allen, Publisher San Pedro is once again waiting at the threshold of...

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New Long Beach Bridge Scheduled to Open Oct. 5

The new bridge will provide a higher passage for cargo ships, extra traffic lanes for trucks and cars, emergency lanes, greater resiliency in an earthquake and a 100-year minimum lifespan.

More Than Meets the Eye

San Pedro resident releases photobook of leading African-American figures and reflective quotes about mothers What do you see when...

La Bocca Felice: The Happy Mouth to Replace Pappy’s Seafood

This past June, Greg Morena, restaurateur and owner of Pappy’s, announced he was selling the historic restaurant location for $2.5 million. At...

During Climate Week 2020, Gov. Newsom to Host California Climate Action Day Highlighting California’s Global Leadership

The series of virtual conversations will cover topics including building the state’s climate resilience, implementing climate policies in an equitable way, aligning financial decision-making with climate realities and other subjects.