September 19, 2019 at 12pm to September 22, 2019 at 7pm
San Pedro will again host the LA Harbor Boat Show, the annual in-water maritime celebration of the Southern California boating lifestyle. Taking place Thursday, Sept. 19 through Sunday, Sept. 22 at Cabrillo Way Marina (2845 Miner St., Berth 43, San Pedro, CA 90731), the LA Harbor Boat Show will showcase scores of dealers, vessel types, new and brokerage models, marine exhibitors and live entertainment. …See More
I'm with the Duncan McIntosh Company, hosting the upcoming Southern California Boat Show at Cabrillo Way Marina, Sept. 22-25. I'm looking for promotional opportunities to promote the event to the local San Pedro Community. This is the first boat show in the new Cabrillo Way Marina.
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San Pedro High football might have came up short in their bid to become CIF-Los Angeles City Section Open Division champions in 2021, but it still didn't diminish the impact they made along the way to the final.For the first time in program history, the Pirates garnered a total of 15 All-City selection honors, and two of them were top individual winners.Senior quarterback…See More
The San Pedro Prep Sports world began not-so normally, with many sports teams at San Pedro, Mary Star Of The Sea and Port Of Los Angeles High Schools all hoping to just play again due to the overwhelming nature of the coronavirus pandemic which caused a national shutdown on March 14, 2020.Everything returned with a carefully planned twist in March for Mary Star, while San…See More
At long last… it was a full season of high school football in San Pedro, California.San Pedro and Mary Star Of The Sea High was able to enjoy the fruits of a ten-game season for the first time in two years, and the Pirates (10-2 overall) nearly came away with some hardware.On November 27 at Pierce College in Woodland Hills, San Pedro was denied the CIF-Los Angeles City…See More