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Buscaino Pushes to Rename Intersection Di Carlo Square

By Joseph Baroud, Contributing Writer The Di Carlo Bakery meant a lot to the community of San Pedro. It provided a main part of many...

Buscaino Advocates for Harbor Area in D.C.

WASHINGTON, D.C. — On March 14, District 15 Councilman Joe Buscaino discussed his recent travel to Washington, D.C. in his e-newsletter. Buscaino traveled with seven...

Speak Out on Ponte Vista

The Final EIR for the 830-unit Ponte Vista Project has been released and the public hearing on the plan has been rescheduled to 10...

Justice and Democracy

The Pillaging of the California Superior Courts By James Preston Allen, Publisher I am afraid that at this point, most people look upon going to court...

California’s Medical Marijuana Wars

Editorial Note: The online edition corrects an error made in the print edition of Random Lengths regarding the outcome of the vote. We regret...

POLA Announces Retail Development Opportunity

San Pedro — The Port of Los Angeles and Councilman Joe Buscaino announced a 30-acre retail development opportunity, July 26, at Ports O’Call Village...

White Point Slide Report Affirms Natural Causes for Slide

By Terelle Jerricks, Managing Editor On June 18, an engineering report affirmed that the White Point slide, which took place in December 2010, was the...

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