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A message from CSULB President Jane Close Conoley about alternative instruction procedures that apply to California State University, Long Beach.

March 11 A message from CSULB President Jane Close Conoley about alternative instruction procedures that apply to California State University, Long Beach. ---- California

From Honduras to America

Political refugee talks about his escape from Honduran death squads to  detention centers in the United States

By Terelle Jerricks, Managing Editor It wasn't the coronavirus grabbing the headlines a year ago, but Donald

Beyond AB5: Tackling Wider Issues Around Unstable Work

Lyft driver Dino Mendoza and his son Mason. "Beyond

LAPD Harbor Jail Re-Opens

By Hunter Chase, Reporter The Los Angeles Police Department hosted a grand re-opening of its Harbor Jail on Feb. 10. Police officers gave tours of the facility to the press and the community. The main purpose of re-opening the Harbor Jail was so that patrol offic

Chef Sison Brings Experimental Classics to Monday Night Market

By Katrina Guevara, Contributing Writer

Former 555 East American Steakhouse executive chef Chris Sison has opened a test kitchen at Monday Night Market to serve w

Catalina in the Winter

By Gretchen Williams, Dining and Cuisine Writer

Avalon in winter is the Catalina of old California. The quiet streets and clear skies are reminiscent of the days of Norma Jean and big game fish. Original Catalina tiles ornament the front street. Golden Garibaldi fish swim in the c

Music Community Remembers Ladysmith Black Mambazo

By Melina Paris, Arts and Culture Reporter

Editor’s note: Due to the passing of Joseph Shabalala the group's performance date will be changed to March 19, so the company may attend the funeral in South Africa. The death of Joseph Shabalala, retired founder of Ladysmith

Gipson Reimagines the 64th District

By Terelle Jerricks, Managing Editor Sixty-fourth District Assemblyman Mike Gipson is running for reelection for the third time. The case he’s making to prove he should get a fourth term isn’t about proving his progressive credentials. He’s trying to prove he has vision enough to so

San Pedro and Wilmington Host Groundbreakings for Two Bridge Home Homeless Shelters

By Hunter Chase, Reporter The City of Los Angeles hosted a groundbreaking of two bridge home shelters in the Harbor Area on Feb. 19 ― one in San Pedro, the other in Wilmington. Both shelters will house 100 homeless people each, said Gary Lee Moore, city enginee

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