• The Tides that Erase: Automation and the Los Angeles Waterfront

    Original art by Fernando Mendez Corona Jennifer Carr Whenever I go out with my father anywhere in San Pedro, we inevitably run into someone he knows, from his school days (a long time gone), from the Cabrillo Beach Polar Bear Club, or from years of work spent on the harbor. That’s when S

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  • LB Mayor Paints by the Numbers

    By Greggory Moore, Contributing Writer Let’s be frank: Mayor Robert Garcia’s annual State of the City events are formulaic affairs. Each year there are musical numbers and statistics aplenty and each year we’re assured that things in Long Beach are great and getting greater. On Jan. 14, Garcia

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  • A Green New Deal For The Golden State

    By Paul Rosenberg, Senior Editor On Jan. 6, legislation to create a California Green New Deal was introduced in the State Assembly by Assistant Majority Leader Rob Bonta, along with 13 co-sponsors from across the state. Like the national version, introduced by Rep. Alexandria Ocasio-Cortez, a Democrat fro

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  • Supervisor Hahn Proposes New Homeless Shelter in San Pedro

    By Hunter Chase, Reporter Los Angeles County Supervisor Janice Hahn proposed turning a vacant county building into a temporary homeless shelter in San Pedro, Hahn announced her plan at the Jan. 14 meeting of the L.A. County Board of Supervisors. The proposed shelter will be at 122 W. 8th St. and the bui

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  • 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 define the architectural look of mid-20th century California.

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  • Marine Mammal Care Center in Crisis

    By Terelle Jerricks, Managing Editor

    The Marine Mammal Care Center in San Pedro recently announced it is in dire financial straits and needs to raise $1 million by June. Los Angeles County Supervisor Janice Ha

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  • Delta Aircraft Dumps Fuel on Local Schools

    LOS ANGELES — Forty-four patients were evaluated from four schools in Los Angeles County after an aircraft released fuel due to mechanical issues Jan. 14.

    The incident took place at about 12 p.m. that day, when Delta Flight 89, which was scheduled to travel from LAX to Shanghai, reported a mechanical issue shortly af

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  • Plan for 3-Year Emergency Shelter in San Pedro Approved by Board of Supervisors

    Los Angeles—The Los Angeles County Board of Supervisors Jan 14, unanimously approved a plan proposed by Supervisor Janice Hahn to use a vacant County building in San P

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  • San Pedro Stabbing

    By Raphael Richardson

    SAN PEDRO - A man was been arrested after fatally stabbing another man in San Pedro, at around 3:30 AM on Jan. 10.
    Officers responded to reports of an assault with a deadly weapon the 600 block of South Palos Verdes Ave, LAPD spokesperson Rosario Cervantes stated. Officers found a h

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  • Wilmington Body Recovery

    Story and photo by Raphael Richardson

    WILMINGTON - A body was located in a water-filled pit in Wilmington at around 12:20 p.m., on Jan. 9.
    Firefighters responded to reports of a body in a large pit on the 1600 block of North Eubank Avenue, where they located a body floating in the water 30 feet below, Lo

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