Terelle Jerricks

0 Articles

Do You Remember San Pedro Once Had Black Culture?

By John Gray, Contributor I am going over yonder. That’s what all the bluesmen say. That was the sentiment in the 1940s and 1950s when migrations of Afro-Americans left the Southern United States for more opportunities for themse

Marine Mammal Care in Crisis Part II-How the Crisis Began

By Terelle Jerricks, Managing Editor In the Jan. 23 issue of Random Lengths News, the newspaper reported about how three years ago, Harcourt Brace Jovanovich, a textbook publishing giant that invested in other indu

Candidate Views on Charters Schools

The Balance of Power on the Board is at Stake

By Terelle Jerricks, Managing Editor

With California’s March 3 primary elections less than a month away, Harbor Area voters must still come to terms with a

Marine Mammal Care Center Timeline

1954 When it opened in 1954, Marineland of the Pacific was the world's largest oceanarium. The park was designed by William Pereira, whose work included the Transamerica Pyramid, the Los Angeles International Airport and the Geisel Library, helped de

Free Admission to MOCA is  Here

LOS ANGELES —On Jan. 11, the Museum of Contemporary Arts welcomed more than 5,000 visitors to free general admission to MOCA’s Grand Avenue and The Geffen Contemporary. For the free admission, attendees took in DJ sets were able

The Primary Battle to Take the Cup from Vladovic

By Terelle Jerricks, Managing Editor When Mike Lansing entered into the 7th District school board race, he became a near automatic front runner among seven candidates. A victory would give Lansing  the unusual distinction of being the curre

Change Won’t Be Televised

Mass Distraction Will  Be Amplified

Bernie Sanders. Photo courtesy of Benjamin Garcia

Many who identify as progressive in California are still ticked off that centrist Democrats and mainstream media have sought to make Sen

An Ocean’s Worth of Genetic Diversity in a Cup

Scientists collect specimens from coastal waters for DNA registration technology

By Hunter Chase, Reporter Those who regularly attend the meetings of the Coastal San Pedro Neighborhood know Dean Pentcheff as the

Changes to San Pedro Public Market Lease Approved

By Terelle Jerricks, Managing Editor On Nov. 21, the Los Angeles Board of Harbor Commissioners approved several amendments to contracts associated with the San Pedro Public Market, a planned commercial waterfront development expected to begin construction in 2020

1 2 3 76