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Harbor Currents–Arts–August 29, 2012

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Aug. 31 2012 Juried All-Media and Small Treasures Experience two of Palos Verdes Art Center late summer exhibitions — 2012 Juried All-Media and Small Treasures —...

MOCA: THE DISAPPEARED

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By Andrea Serna Two million and six hundred thousand American jobs were lost in 2008. At the time, it seemed that every time you turned...

A Personal Odyssey To The Land Down Under

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By Lionel Rolfe A few months shy of my 70th birthday, I pulled my tired body full of aches and pains and the broken hubris...

Red High Heel Party “Moulin Rouge” Fundraiser

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For the third consecutive year, a grassroots effort called The Red High Heel Party will host their annual themed fundraiser, at 7 p.m. Aug....

Harbor Currents–Announcements–Aug. 15, 2012

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  Wilmington Neighborhood Clean Up Take a stake in you neighborhood, 8 a.m. to 12 p.m. Aug. 18, at the Wilmington Branch Library. Neighbors are invited...

University Art Museum: Internationally Known, Locally Obscure

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By Andrea Serna When Chris Scoates arrived in Long Beach there was an expectation that he would create an innovative environment at the Cal State...

University Art Museum Exhibits Work of Abstract Artist Linda Day

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By Andrea Serna The late Linda Adair Day, an internationally recognized award winning artist San Pedro resident, is the subject of an exhibition this fall at...

LB Man Pleads Guilty to ‘Pump-and-Dump’ Scheme

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SANTA ANA – Chad Peter Smanjak, who resided in Long Beach before he fled the country, faces up to five years in prison after...

Long Beach Looks into Proposed Cuts

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LONG BEACH — Mayor Bob Foster recently released his fiscal year 2013 budget. The Long Beach charter requires the mayor to give his budget...