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“Holiday Inn” a Perfect Performance of Typical Irving Berlin

By Greggory Moore, Curtain Call Columnist Most movie musicals are adaptations of shows originating on the stage. Not so with Irving Berlin's Holiday Inn. Written...

Allegiance — An Asian American Story in the Age of Trump

By Mark Friedman, RL contributor, environmental and labor activist in the Torrance Refinery Action Alliance There is a lot a musical about the internment of...

The Times are Finally a-Changin’:

Obama in Vietnam By James Preston Allen, Publisher “Never doubt that a small group of thoughtful, committed citizens can change the world; indeed,   it’s the...

Rancho San Pedro Won’t Be Redeveloped in Near Future

By Terelle Jerricks, Managing Editor On Nov. 18, a consortium of Los Angeles public officials and their team of consultants told an audience of almost...

Between Heaven & Hell

By Lionel Rolfe It’s an oppressively hot day. It was the first time this summer the temperature had gotten up in to the 90s. That wouldn’t...

The Donald, the Confederate Flag and the GOP

Free Speech, Even When Offensive, has Value By James Preston Allen, Publisher Far be it from me to be the one to try and stop the...

Trade Connect Offers Online Training — RL NEWS Briefs June 18, 2015

POLA ‘Trade Connect’ Website Offers Online Training SAN PEDRO — Trade Connect, the Port of Los Angeles’ export education outreach program, formally debuted its new...

New Fort MacArthur Discovery a Bittersweet Find

By Terelle Jerricks, Managing Editor Following the bombing of Pearl Harbor in 1941, Army troops in San Francisco, Los Angeles and San Diego were on...

Allen Ginsberg, in 3-D

Long Beach Opera produces an unsettling dark journey into a neon American apocalypse Ivan Adame, Contributing Writer Hydrogen Jukebox, which closed June 7 after a...

The Secret that Never Was

POLA Threatens Saturday Fish Market By Zamná Ávila, Assistant Editor In early May, the Harbor Department began notifying tenants of the Municipal Fish Market that the...

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