May 29, 2011
Sixth Sunday of Easter: Acts 8:5-8, 14-17; 1 Pt 3:15-18; Jn 14:15-21.
In her book, Living in Courage, Debra Oakland listed 144 qualities of love: Acceptance, Accountability, Activity, Adoration, Allowance, Attention, Authority, Awareness, Balance, Beauty, Blessedness, Boldness, Boundless, Bravery, Calmness, Caring, Centered-ness, Charity, Clarity, Command, Commitment, Community, Compassion, Concentration, Confidence, Consciousness, , Consideration,…Continue
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June 19, 2011
The Solemnity of the Most Holy Trinity: Ex 34:4b-6, 8-9; 2 Cor 13:11-13; Jn 3:16-18
One of the great mysteries of the Ancient world was the origin of the Nile, the longest river in the world. In ancient Greece, the source of the Nile was considered one of the earth’s most compelling mysteries, written about extensively by the 460 BC historian Herodotus, who believed the river sprang from between two massive mountains. Later, the Emperor Nero ordered his…Continue
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The great conguero Poncho Sanchez is headlining the Taste of San Pedro in August - along with several of the top tribute bands, including Led Zepagain and INXSive.
The hometown festival will feature 0ver 30 restaurants, wineries, breweries, artists, merchants and live musicians at a magnificent seaside setting.
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Gallery Neuartig invites you to Ruth Trotter's artist reception on Sunday, June 12, 2011 from 5pm-8pm: 366 W. 7th St.
Ruth Trotter’s works shown in CAYLUS are from a series she created in 2010 as an “Artist in residence” at DRAWInternational, contemporary art center in Southern France. Trotter has developed a group of drawings and paintings based on her observations from experiences that explores modes of representation rooted on both psychological paradigms and themes of…Continue
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I had an unusual encounter while conducting my weekly Cabrillo Beach bird survey for the Cabrillo Marine Aquarium on Thursday (June 9, 2011); there was a single dolphin inside the harbor, near the fishing pier. That is kind of unusual but not unheard of. Dolphins are quite easily seen off our coast, on any given day if you scan the water long enough you have an excellent chance of seeing dolphins of one of several different…Continue
For the first time in program history, the Cal State Dominguez Hills baseball team had four Toros drafted in the MLB Draft. Read the news on the CSUDH Athletics website.…Continue
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Closely examined, our environment is a collaborative cultural structure, altering our perceptions and values. Catherine Borg's projects capture the transitional by-products of these processes through a variety of media. By revealing the intentionality that drives our society, my aim is to enable an opportunity for reflection on our own actions and those of our…Continue
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There was a Northern elephant seal on Cabrillo Beach on Wednesday. On the inner beach, not far from the fishing pier. It was just laying there in the sun. Every now and then it shifted into a more comfortable position and sometimes it shoveled sand on its back with one of its front flippers.
Added by Bernardo Alps on June 3, 2011 at 11:47pm — No Comments
San Pedro's First Thursday Art Walk on June 2, 2011 featured for the first time popular food trucks that brought with them many food fans to downtown. The Grilled Cheese Truck had the longest line where people waited up to thirty minutes to get their sandwich. The Lobster Truck got the best reviews. Also featured were the Nom Nom Truck and Me So Hungry Truck. Most people said they would love to see the trucks back every First Thursday.
Ruth Trotter’s works shown in CAYLUS are from a series she created in 2010 as an “Artist in residence” at DRAWInternational, contemporary art center in Southern France. Trotter has developed a group of drawings and paintings based on her observations from experiences that explores modes of representation rooted on both psychological paradigms and themes of landscape. Trotter is a Professor of Art at the University of La Verne in Southern California since 1989. She received her B.A. from…Continue
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One of the most famous San Pedrans out in the world today is 26-year-old Misty Copeland, described by many accounts as the first African American female soloist for the American Ballet Theater. She recently did an interview with Travis Smiley on PBS and talked about her experience performing a sexy pas de deux to the hit "The Beautiful One" with legendary musician…Continue
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On Saturday, June 4, California State University, Dominguez Hills will host Journey to Success: Pacific Islander College Fair. From 8 a.m. to 2 p.m. in the Loker Student Union on campus, the fair will feature a variety of interactive workshops and information sessions on topics including financial aid, admissions, and college life. Assemblymember Warren Furutani (55th District) will serve as guest speaker at the event.…Continue
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For the second year in a row, California State University, Dominguez Hills has been recognized for its support of volunteerism, service learning and civic engagement. CSU Dominguez Hills has been named to the 2010 President’s Higher Education Community Service Honor Roll with Distinction, the highest federal recognition a college or university can receive for its commitment to community service.
The Corporation for National and Community Service, the…Continue
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Video and Text by Jamaal Street
Once the final out was recorded, it was time to rejoice for the small school from San Pedro, California. In its first year competing in the CIF-Los Angeles City Section playoffs, the Port Of Los Angeles High softball team claimed their, and the school's, first City Section title with a 2-0 win over Northridge Academy in the Small Schools Division finals at Birmingham High in Lake Balboa. Wednesday, May 25, 2011 will forever be known as the day the Polar…Continue
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Gallery Neuartig in San Pedro is pleased to promote our artists online with our new feature: "Wednesday Virtual Gallery." Enjoy the following show. All pieces are captioned with details and prices.
To reinforce viewers' objectivity toward their own identity, through painting Ayako Ono has been trying to replicate the situation in which she objectively looks at herself and questions her own identity. She uses blue as a filter to look at the artwork itself through. Blue is a…Continue
The Fourth Annual Croatian Small goals Tournament is coming to San Pedro this Saturday. Croatians from all over the country will compete at Field of Dreams for bragging rights.
The tournament is part of the annual Croatian Independence day celebration which will be celebrated on 9th St. in front of Croatian Hall on Sunday, May 29. Everyone is invited to come and watch some fierce friendly competition and eat some Cevape!
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One of our crows fledged today.
A couple of months ago we noticed that every now and again a crow would fly into the tall palm tree in our back yard. Crows are very secretive about their nests, and are very quiet and surreptitious when coming and going. We realized what was happening when the crows began swiftly and determinedly escorting…Continue
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