• Art History Bears Path to Success for Wilson Grad

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    2018 Wilson High Graduate and Art History Major, Tess Anderson

    By Melina Paris, Staff Reporter Continuing our second in the series on two Wilson High graduates from Long Beach, we look at Tess Anderson’s story. Tess discovered h

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  • Random Happening: Jazz Vocalist Judy Wexler Returns to Alvas

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    Judy Wexler performs at Alvas Showroom in San Pedro Jan 19.

    With the cold winter nights we’ve been having it’s the perfect time to get out of the chill and warm up to a night of jazz vocalist Judy Wexler and her outstanding trio at Alvas Showroom.

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  • DPSS Announces Early Issuance of February CalFresh Benefits

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    LOS ANGELES -- In an effort to ensure that the Country of Los Angeles’ most vulnerable residents receive their critical monthly CalFresh benefits without interruption, the Department of Public Social Services (DPSS) has been authorized to issue Februar

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  • Random Letters: 1/10/19

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    On the Value of Truth in an Era of Deceit

    I read your latest issue/editorial [“Value of Truth in Era of Deceit” RLn 12/20/18] and your point was well made. It left me wondering about what real truth is anymore and whether or not there is more than just one real

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  • The Invisible Addicts

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    18 million Americans are dependent on prescription opioids

    By Leslie Belt, Contributing Writer In the decades since my friend, Betty, injured her back on the job, pain has been her constant companion. Never has

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  • Farm Day in Ventura County

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    A Road Tour: Where Our Food Originates

    By Mark Friedman, RLn Staff Writer Farm day is an adventure for the entire family.  Held annually in Ventura County, this day features 20 farms and agribusinesses in Ventura County that are open for tours,

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  • Border Wall Farce

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    False metaphors of the wall versus the Statue of Liberty

    By James Preston Allen, Publisher That the national broadcast media gave up prime time television minutes in exchange for a metaphoric shadow boxing match over the border

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  • Ports’ Clean Air Progress Clouded by Lack of Transparency

    [vc_row][vc_column width="2/3"][vc_column_text]By Paul Rosenberg, Senior Editor Just before the holidays, more clouds appeared on the horizon of the ports’ Clean Air Action Plan, raising new questions about the ports’ transparency, honesty in reporting and commitment to stated long-term zero-emission goals, in the c

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  • Dave Arian, 1946 – 2019

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    Love of Family, Union and Social Justice

    By Mike Bonin, Los Angeles District 11 Councilman Alan David Arian, 72, a prominent labor leader, accomplished community organizer, fierce social justice activist, and respected civic leader, died

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  • A New Day for Mexican Workers

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