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Central San Pedro Neighborhood Council Hindered by Infighting

By Hunter Chase, Reporter The Central San Pedro Neighborhood Council met on Aug. 27, but for the second time the board failed to reach quorum and was unable to vote on anything. Two weeks prior, Board Presi

Long Beach Residents Seek Opportunities, Taking Back the Night

Centro CHA organizer Jessica Quintana and her family

With a political rhetoric of violence around the country, the National Night Out on Aug. 6, was a welcomed event for Long Beach residents.  The event brought

The Ever Changing Tastes of Wolf Bradley

By David Bellhouse, Editorial Intern The Harbor Area has always been home to underground artistry. San Pedro’s pop group The Habits is one example of the underground talent in the community. I first heard

The Ever Changing Tastes of Wolf Bradley

By David Belhouse, Editorial Intern The Harbor Area has always been home to underground artistry. San Pedro’s pop group The Habits is one example of the underground talent in the community. I first heard

‘Solve the Homeless Crisis’— LA Activists Demand a New Mayor

By Pratyush Shukla, Editorial Intern On June 19, political consultant Alex

CA$H Rules in Harbor City: How Persistence Pays Off

By Steven Guzman, Editorial Intern If the grand opening of a new skate park in Harbor City proves anything, it’s that persistence pays off and that anyone, at any age, can directly impact their community.

Seven Years a Vision, Now a Skate Park: Harbor City skateboarders now have a place of their own  

Pratyush Shukla, Editorial Intern

On June 21, Harbor City residents and skaters celebrated the grand opening of their community’s first skatepark alongside Assemblyman Al Muratsuchi, Los Angeles City Councilman Joe Buscaino, representatives

Bill Restricting Oil Drilling Makes Progress

By Hunter Chase, Editorial Intern Permissible place to drill for oil and gas in California will face additional and severe restrictions if Gov. Gavin Newsom signs Assembly Bill 345 into law. The bill, intro

Stray Bullet Injures Bystander near Pedro Strip Mall

Photo and news brief by Carissa Diaz, Editorial Intern SAN PEDRO — A stray bullet grazed a man’s face at about 7:35 a.m. May 10 on the 400 block of 14th Street, officials from the Los Angeles Police Department

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