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Otto Runs on Plan, Vision

By Zamná Ávila, Assistant Editor Lawyer Doug Otto does not consider himself a politician, though he’s been involved in city government for about 30 years. While...

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March 2 In the School of Art Student Art Galleries Curated by Daniela Ionescue, the Art and Fashion group exhibition continues with ideas presented in last...

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Dec. 8 Gabe Bartalos: Abhorrence and Obsession The University Art Museum presents Gabe Bartalos: Abhorrence and Obsession through Dec. 8, within the California State University Long...

Harbor Currents: NEWS March 20, 2013

Officer Involved Shooting LONG BEACH — Long Beach Police Department detectives are asking for the public’s help with leads involving a shooting near 8th Street...

Harbor Currents: ANNOUNCEMENTS Feb. 1, 2013

Feb. 2 Community Meeting The North Long Beach Community Assembly will host a community meeting Feb. 2, from 9 a.m. to 11 a.m. Attendees will be...

University Art Museum Exhibits Work of Abstract Artist Linda Day

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...

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Welcome to Trumplandia, Where Nothing is as It Appears

To argue with a person who has renounced the use of reason is like administering medicine to the...

Artist Karena Massengill: Welding Ideas in Constant Motion

For Karena Massengill, do is the operative word. A professional artist who lives next to Sunken City in San Pedro, she is...

Two Decades Later Another China Shipping Lawsuit Looms

Twenty years ago, the Port of Los Angeles tried to build the China Shipping Terminal without doing an environmental impact report as...

Nick Tonsich Sues RLn But Fails to Stop the Presses

Clean Air Engineering-Maritime founder Nick Tonsich’s ties to the port have been recurring issues ever since he left his post as president...