The 2012 season for San Pedro High football saw history being made in the regular season's final game, as head coach Mike Walsh would garner his 200th career victory in 22 years of coaching when the Pirates defeated Washington Prep of Los Angeles,…Continue
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I SUPPORT THE NEW PONTE VISTA
AND I WILL TELL YOU WHY!!!
BY JOHN M. MAVAR
My family has a long history in San Pedro going back three generations, and was influential in creating the city as we now know it. Bringing new people to our town is part of what makes this place so unique. San Pedro is a vibrant and diverse community because it welcomes people from far and wide, whether visiting through the Port, or coming to live and be a part of the community.
Added by Andrew Silber on August 2, 2013 at 10:00pm — No Comments
The Cabrillo Marine Aquarium was definitely THE place to be last night as locals and folks from all over the southland flocked to the beach in droves to witness the annual Grunion Run and take part in the Aquarium’s popular “Meet the Grunion” event. The program began at 9:00 pm with a short film about the Grunion and then everyone headed down to the beach to await the spectacle that would be carried in on the high tide. Families came armed with flashlights and fishermen of…Continue
Added by Ashley Walls on July 24, 2013 at 1:30pm — No Comments
It’s ti me to let your hair down and dance the night away! Hairspray, Broadway’s musical comedy phenomenon that inspired a major motion picture is coming to the jewel of San Pedro, the Warner Grand Theatre!
It’s 1962 Baltimore and big-haired and boisterous teen Tracy Turnblad wins a spot on…Continue
Added by Sharona Byrnes on July 21, 2013 at 3:03pm — No Comments
I just wanted to say what a well coordinated effort the Fire Dept, Police & Harbor Police made today when they rescued a woman who slipped and fell off the trail at Pt. Fermin. Hopefully she is going to be alright. Great job to all involved!
Added by Ashley Walls on July 20, 2013 at 5:46pm — No Comments
After 45 years in business at the same location on 25th St. and Western Ave. in San Pedro, Henry at Harbor Village Barbers wondered where all his business had gone. Down to one chair with a second barber coming in a couple of days a week, the shop's business was in a downward spiral.
This is a traditional manly man's barbershop. There are no stylists to be found…Continue
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Forget complex business plans, a political overhaul or massive infrastructure projects. Maybe what will help save the crumbling city of Detroit is a rotating set of mower blades.
Detroit has been on the decline, financially and population-wise, for many years for lots of reasons, not the least of which is the troubled auto industry. With numerous abandoned homes and vacant lots dotting the city, it might be difficult to really call Detroit a “city” anymore. Urban blight, maybe, but…Continue
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All three of San Pedro's most decorated and established prep softball players just received one final, yet highly recognized postseason honor.…Continue
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Sales of previously occupied homes have hit their second-highest peak of the last three years, reports Reuters. Federal Reserve Chairman Ben Bernanke, certain that the economy is improving, has now proposed bringing the current round of quantitative easing, or QE3, to a close.
Every month since last September, the Fed has purchased $85 billion in mortgage-backed securities…Continue
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The Supreme Court on Wednesday struck down the Defense of Marriage Act as unconstitutional and dismissed Prop 8 on standing, meaning same-sex marriages can resume in California.
KPCC would like to hear from people whose lives are affected by this.
By sharing your story, you help us to follow this issue in a…Continue
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The 2013 high school football season is drawing near, and for Mary Star Of The Sea High football, it's a chance to build up last year's amazing turnaround season where they went from an 0-10 campaign in 2011 to a 4-6 mark with a third…Continue
Added by Jamaal Kellen Street on June 22, 2013 at 10:30pm — No Comments
AltaSea Marine Research Center. The project will take a few years to finish, but sounds exciting! Per our current mayor: "This public-private partnership will create jobs, draw new industries to the city, provide tremendous educational opportunities, and enhance the overall quality of life in Los Angeles." ... Thank you Daily Breeze for the attached report.…Continue
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After guiding the Polar Bears to their third consecutive CIF-Los Angeles…Continue
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On a bright, early and…Continue
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I believe that the crew of the vessel should have contacted the Marine Mammel Center in San Pedro or the one in Orange County. They do great things with ill, malnourished marine life. They've taken in many little ones this season. I didn't have the heart to finish the video. I dearly hope that the little critter had a some chance for surviving its plight. If anyone wants to donate to an ourtrageously worthy cause the Marine Mammel Center located at the old Fort Mac Upper Reservation…Continue
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