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Chasing Dr. V

Candidates vying for Dr. Richard Vladovic’s seat will have some mighty big shoes to fill in 2020

By Terelle Jerricks, Managing Editor When Dr. Richard Vladovic became pr

This is US: the Gig Economy

By Terelle Jerricks, Managing Editor Many drivers aren’t sure what would happen if California lawmakers pass Assembly Bill 5, a bill that would codify into law the existing landmark legal ruling, Dynamex

When Perry Mason Comes to Town

By Terelle Jerricks, Managing Editor and James Preston Allen, Publisher In the middle of August, San Pedro was the site for the filming of HBO’s prequel to the 1960

GANAS Academy and Catskill Elementary: Why Co-location Would Never Have Succeeded

By Terelle Jerricks, Managing Editor Early this month a charter school, GANAS Academy, abandoned its plan to share the campus of Catskill Elementary in Carson, a campaign that turned into a fight in December 2

Gang Sweep Adds Detail to Murder Story

By Terelle Jerricks, Managing Editor with contribution by Melina Paris June marked the one-year anniversary of Walter Crespo’s murder. The alleged perpetrator, Juan Martinez, was a Rancho San Pedro gang memb

Andrew Silber’s Good Life — Restaurateur Talks Culinary Adventures

By Terelle Jerricks, Managing Editor After 23 years, San Pedro’s favorite pub is an institution. Walk inside, the lights are dim and the din of conversation waxes and wanes depending on how close it is to

Howard Scott Sr. recalls San Pedro history

Editor's note: The following is a transcription of Scott's interview on various topics, from the inspiration for the songs "Slippin into Darkness" to "Cisco Kid." The text in itallic are transitions written by editorial for contextualization and reada

Queer Pride and Allies to Celebrate Community and Solidarity

By Terelle Jerricks, Managing Editor and Benjamin Garcia, Reporter Anyone attending the Pride at the Port of Los Angeles Festival on June 15 will find themselves livi

Operation Hope on Sixth Street

Community members partner to end the homeless crisis; this is what grace looks like

By Terelle Jerricks, Managing Editor Six days before the May 30 health fair that featur

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