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Fear or Courage — False Narritives on Freedom

By James Preston Allen, Publisher “Don’t you know They’re talkin’ bout a revolution It sounds like a whisper …” — Tracy Chapman The psychology of fear is one of...

Success Looks More Like Avoiding Disaster

Information Fair on Bridge Home draws interest and speculation By James Preston Allen, Publisher Clearly there was some tension in the air as people gathered at...

Harbor Community Fights for Housing Now

By Benjamin Garcia, Contributor More than 110 people from San Pedro and neighboring communities impacted by chronic homelessness showed up, Sept. 10,  at Gaffey Street...

Two Short Years and Miles Away from America

From the White House to the shores of San Pedro By James Preston Allen, Publisher It seems like it was just two short years ago that...

Exhausting Run Around of Exhaustive Efforts

EmpowerLA Prevents San Pedro Central Neighborhood Council from Booting Its President By Terelle Jerricks, Managing Editor DONE’s Director of Outreach and Communications, Stephen Box, was begrudgingly...

Propaganda, Censorship, Transparency

As we watch the bizarre and animated implosion of Donald J. Trump’s campaign tweeting itself into a never-ending spiral of defeat, there is something to be learned from this historic unraveling of a presidential campaign. The weaponizing of social media through political disinformation, the slow response of major media corporations to fact check candidate statements and the circus of cross allegations meant to confuse the public, should give us all great pause.

The Buscaino Report:

Hiding the Homeless Ball from the Neighbors After a year of waiting for solutions councilman uses task force to hide his plans By James Preston Allen,...

Name Calling Versus Critical Thinking

Donald Trump, the Ghost of Tricky Dick, Saving San Pedro By James Preston Allen, Publisher It’s an old but tested technique of argumentation. When you can’t...

Buscaino Discovers the Homeless are his Own

Emergency Response Team meets with 145 homeless people, 85% call the Harbor Area home James Preston Allen, Publisher It has been more than 10 months since...

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