October 2014 Blog Posts (14)

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SPHS Football Tunes Up In Victory Over Gardena

GARDENA - It may not have been pretty, but San Pedro High football was able to rest their starters for the majority of the second half as they defeated host Gardena, 42-7 in Marine League competition Thursday.…


Added by Jamaal Kellen Street on October 31, 2014 at 12:00pm — No Comments

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MSHS Girls Volleyball Wills Their Way Into SFL Title Chase

PANORAMA CITY - What a difference a year makes.

The Mary Star High girls volleyball team truly has come a long way, from going 2-14 in 2013... to now being one game…


Added by Jamaal Kellen Street on October 29, 2014 at 11:30pm — No Comments

Curmudgeon Corner - Another School Shooting

My Rooney thoughts for October 26, 2014

Well, it’s happened again, here in the Northwest.  In Marysville, Washington at a local high school a distraught and misguided young man walked into the school cafeteria with a .40 caliber handgun and killed the girl who had refused his amorous advances.  Additionally, he wounded two others students before turning the gun on himself.  It’s a tragedy that’s being played out way too often, not only in Washington but all over the…


Added by Larry Momo aka Thomas W Irons on October 26, 2014 at 10:59am — No Comments

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Mary Star High Football Finally Earns First Victory Of 2014

Mary Star High football continued to fight hard through their youth, injuries and other viable pieces to their puzzle of a troubling 0-7 start to their 2014 season, an all signs potentially pointed to another agonizing…


Added by Jamaal Kellen Street on October 26, 2014 at 1:30am — No Comments

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Chris Alvidrez Scores Four TDs In SPHS Football Rout

It was finally time for San Pedro High football to get a little break for a change after engaging in two hard-fought battles in the Marine League against Narbonne of Harbor City and Banning of…


Added by Jamaal Kellen Street on October 26, 2014 at 12:00am — No Comments

Curmudgeon Corner - The Politics of Ebola

Curmudgeon Corner

My Rooney thoughts for October 19, 2014

It never fails!  Some weeks ago when the press began reporting the Ebola outbreak in West Africa, our government went to great lengths to assure the American people Ebola won’t reach our shores.  WRONG!

Suddenly, Ebola was present in America, in Dallas, Texas.  (Apparently Ebola didn’t affect the Dallas Cowboys who went to Seattle and taught the Northwest who still is the toughest state in the Union.)  And, our…


Added by Larry Momo aka Thomas W Irons on October 19, 2014 at 11:00am — No Comments

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SPHS Football Once Again Outlasts Banning

So far, not much unnerves the San Pedro High football team.

Not a last-minute loss to Narbonne of Harbor City, and especially not a fierce,…


Added by Jamaal Kellen Street on October 19, 2014 at 1:30am — No Comments

Last call for artists for Art in the Park November 8th


Art in the Park, November 8th at Peppertree Park.....…


Added by Marlene Bauman on October 17, 2014 at 9:49am — No Comments

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SPHS Girls Volleyball Sweeps Narbonne In Emphatic Fashion

No one saw this coming... but San Pedro High girls volleyball made sure they all believe it happened.

The gym was abuzz with…


Added by Jamaal Kellen Street on October 14, 2014 at 12:25pm — No Comments

San Pedro Vet Publishes Amusing Vietnam Memoir

John Wood, a writer and former magazine editor, served in Vietnam in 1967 and has published an ebook about his unusual experiences there:Saigon Tease: So, What Did You Do in Nam, Dad? (Amazon Kindle).

"Catch-22" was the first classic farce about American military…


Added by john wood on October 9, 2014 at 6:57pm — 1 Comment


(LONG B EACH --- Oct. 6) --- "Do you want to be a navigator or a 'naviguesser,'?" asks Doug Conwell, U.S. Coast Guard Auxiliary instructor who'll be teaching a coastal-navigation course starting Oct. 16 in Los Alamitos.

The nine-week course, called Weekend Navigator, will teach boaters how to plot courses, how to find out where you are on the water, how to use a compass to take bearings, how to use a global-positioning satellite (GPS) device, and many other nautical…


Added by Steven Dean Lauria on October 6, 2014 at 7:03pm — No Comments

Curmudgeon Corner - Getting Squeezed

Curmudgeon Corner

My Rooney Thoughts for October 3rd, 2014


            (Well, I’m back.  Took some time off to complete a book of short stories and published it on Amazon.  In case you would like to read it, the title is Shadows In Our Lives: A Collection of Short Stories.  It is available at Amazon.com and I used my pen name Thomas William Irons.  Buy it today, while it’s still on sale.)

            I don’t know about all you good folks but as a…


Added by Larry Momo aka Thomas W Irons on October 3, 2014 at 12:00pm — No Comments

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SPHS Football Is Still Unbeaten After Road Win At Fairfax

LOS ANGELES - The San Pedro High football team knew full well coming in to Fairfax High School that the Lions were going to be ready for them.

For starters, the…


Added by Jamaal Kellen Street on October 3, 2014 at 2:00am — No Comments

Open Studios - tonight 10/2/14 - 6:30-8 at SeaSide Studios San Pedro

Check out the open studio night tonight. Across from the fountains on Harbor and above Captain Kirk's Windsurfing Shop.

$5 and you can make polymer beads and check out this great new studio that has all kinds of classes, events and FUN!



Added by Marlene Bauman on October 2, 2014 at 3:45pm — No Comments

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