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Holtz Appointed Survey Director by Board of Harbor Commissioners

LONG BEACH -- Geologist Kimberley Holtz is the new survey director for the Port of Long Beach. Previously, Holtz spent more than a decade working with the city of Long Beach. Most recently, Holtz worked as a geologist in the Energy Resource De

‘Largest Ever’ Meth Bust at POLA Linked to Mexican Cartel, Australian Biker Gangs

By Adam Thomas, Editorial Intern The drug bust previously reported in the Feb. 21 edition of Random Lengths News a seizure of 1.9 tons of methamphetamine known as “ice” at the Port of Los Angeles

Random Letters 3-7-19 — Lowenthal Call to Action; Tackling The Illness, Not Just the Symptom

Lowenthal Call to Action

The White House is launching a new attack on our efforts to address climate change. Rather than treating global warming like the crisis it is, Trump is assembling a team of climate deniers to publish a report saying cl

Slanguage Responds

Call and Response Transcends Generations

By Alexa Moreno Perdomo, Editorial Intern Karla Diaz and her partner, Mario Ybarra Jr., believe community involvement is crucial to art. That’s easy to se

POLB Workshops

The Port of Long Beach will host energy efficiency and open spaces workshops for those who are interested in applying for the Community Infrastructure Program and the Facilities Improvement Program. These workshops allow participates to gain knowledge on

Teenager Killed in Cambodia Town

LONG BEACH — On Feb. 28, a 17-year-old boy was killed after a shooting took place in the Cambodia Town neighborhood of Long Beach. Long Beach Police Department official said that the shooting took place at about 5:15 p.m. at garage near the intersect

Angela Davis Uses Past to Call for Unification

By Alexa Moreno Perdomo, Editorial Intern Very few people have the ability to captivate a room full of people armed with  smartphones, but it seemed to come naturally to Dr. Angela Y. Da

Downward Grog + LA Party Goats = Goat Yoga Bliss at Brouwerij West

By Adam R. Thomas, Editorial Intern The line about following your ambition from the 1989 film classic, Field of Dreams, is ”If you build it, they will come.” But in Los Angeles, where

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Be Healthy, Be Well Health Festival

On March 9, South Bay Communities Creating Change and District 6 Councilman Dee Andrews will be hosting the Be Healthy, Be Well Festival. Attend the event for free health screenings, prevention education, self-care activities, and nutrition ad

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