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Artists Ready to Take the Stage at San Pedro Music Festival

By Dennis J. Freeman, Contributor The first-ever San Pedro Music Festival is scheduled to take place on Mother’s Day with a full lineup of top-tier musical talents. The daylong concert which begins at 4 p.m. on S

North Gaffey urbran farmer Antonio and his friend .

Urban Farms – In Pursuit of an Agro-Industrial Model City

By Rachel Bruhnke

I was at the Gaffey Street Gardeners organizing meeting with several of my students on April 25. It was frustrating to hear about Councilman Joe Buscaino's office, but not surprising. There is a pattern here that

Automation as Threat to Community

Background on automation battle at POLA By Terelle Jerricks, Managing Editor Anyone paying attention to the March 21 Harbor Commission’s appeal hearing on APM Terminals (part of the Danis

Art & Technology Workshops With Machine/Tech Artist D.A. Therrien

D.A. Therrien is no stranger to presenting technological art installations on L.A.’s Waterfront. The last offering was this past November, when he presented the work of

Seafood Expo at the Cabrillo Marine Aquarium


Homelessness and the Lies We Tell Ourselves

Terelle Jerricks, Managing Editor

Councilman Joe Buscaino’s botched attempt to open a navigation center is still fresh in the minds of many in San Pedro. That initiative was intended to p

Pictured together are son and father coronary care pioneers, Dr. Michael Wyman and and Dr. Milton Wyman. File photo

Coronary Care was Rooted in San Pedro

On Aug. 15, the American Journal of Cardiology published a story entitled, The Evolution of Acute Myocardial Infarction: A Eulogy to the Coronary Care Unit

World Cup viewing party in San Pedro on July 15.

San Pedro Screams for the Golden Team

Hundreds filled the streets as the Croatian team place second in FIFA World Cup

By Terelle Jerricks, Managing Editor On July 15, more than a thousand fans — many of them weari

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