April 10, 2011
Fifth Sunday of Lent: Ez 37:12-14; Rom 8:8-11; Jn 11:1-45
Today at Mass we hear the story of the Raising of Lazarus. On a surface level this is the story of Jesus raising to life a friend who had died. Jesus is notified about the illness and eventual death of a dear friend and after a short delay, decides to go to visit the family. His…Continue
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The Los Angeles Times Festival of Books is coming to our neighborhood and we're all invited.
One of Southern California’s most cherished and engaging weekend celebrations kicks off its 16th storied year in a new home on USC’s University Park campus April 30 and May 1, 201.
Here are the…Continue
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The San Pedro Chamber of Commerce
and The Port of Los Angeles Present
The 23rd Annual “Taste in San Pedro at the Port of Los Angeles”
The 23rd Taste will take place on Friday, Saturday and Sunday, August 5th, 6th and 7th, on the Waterfront
at the Port of Los Angeles. The venue will offer panoramic harbor and ocean views, and will be…
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Unfortunately, I missed the train arrival, You can't be in two places at once. Thanks to the video I saw the arrival of these three fabulous band. Wish I could have been at both. The energy on stage was infectous, these bands love to play together,it's evident how much fun they have and how much they really like each other. A night I'll never forget. Thanks Again for the great video.…Continue
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The arrival of the Railroad Revival tour to San Pedro was an epic event for San Pedro. Three bands, Mumford & Sons, Edward Sharpe & The Magnetic Zeros, and Old Crow Medicine Show arrived to town in a style unlike any in recent memory. Traveling exclusively in vintage rail cars, the three bands arrived…
Starting Monday the Gaffey Street Bridge will be closed for renovation for 60 days, according to Councilwoman Janice Hahn and the San Pedro Chamber of Commerce.
Use alternate crosswalks on Santa Cruz Street or 1st Street.
On Saturday, April 30, 2011 and Saturday, May 7, 2011, there will be a full closure of the 110 South Gaffey Street exit from 9 p.m. to 5 a.m. to work on the bridge. Use alternate routes, such as the Harbor Blvd. or Channel Street freeway…
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Thanks to everyone who thinks Think Prime is their favorite San Pedro restaurant.
While it is a great restaurant, it is not in San Pedro. Like Green Hills Cemetary, Think Prime is in Rancho Palos Verdes.
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This rock/punk/surf band - Todd Congelliere-Jimmy Felix-Chachi-Jack Doyle-Trevor Whenever-John Predney -
are proud of their San Pedro roots. They were recently featured in PunkNews. They've been around about five years, have toured nationally and are signed to…Continue
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San Pedro Croatians "shocked" by United Nations International Criminal Tribunal for the former Yugoslavia (ICTY) verdict which found Croatian generals Ante Gotovina and Mladen Markač guilty of war crimes, sentencing them to 24 and 18 years in…Continue
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The 8th annual LA Harbor International Film Festival kicked off Thursday morning at the Warner Grand Theater in San Pedro, with local schools being invited for a viewing of Treasure Island. The students participated in the Festival's "Read the Book, See the Movie" program.
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I saw seven gray whales on Sunday.
It is widely believed that the gray whale migration in our area ends in late March or early April, but the truth is that grays pass by our shores through May and occasionally into June. Most local whale watching ceases after the first week of April because usually the numbers of migrating whales drop off, but also…Continue
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Participation, family and togetherness played out this entire weekend in San Pedro where lots of events got everyone out.
First Thursday kicked the weekend off early, followed by a comedy fundraiser for local non-profits at Croatian Hall where Mike Marino entertained. On Saturday, the Corner Store had an Easter Egg…Continue
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There is a new Goodwill Store under construction on the top level of The Terraces, along Western Avenue, in Rancho Palos Verdes.
Notices on the door state that there will be job interviews beginning on April 19 and they will be conducted at other outlets.
I don't know when the store will open.
Yes, it's not in "San Pedro" but to many of us older Eastview residents, our hearts remain firmly loving San Pedro.
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In my first assignment as a priest I regularly visited an elderly man in his nineties, Jose Holguin. Jose insisted on playing a little jazz piano after I would give him communion. At his age he could not hit all of the proper keys on the piano, but you could still recognize the tune and understand that once this was a very good musician. One day, I was called to the hospital to anoint Jose before a serious operation. When I arrived he was being wheeled into the operating room. The…Continue
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In LA when you see people waiting outside a restaurant it can mean a lot of different things.
Of course there's the smokers. They often make you think a place is happening, only to find out they are just loitering.
Then there are the traditions. Places like Titos in Culver City or Pinks on La Brea, eateries people go to because they grew up…Continue
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