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The number of For Rent signs in downtown hasn't changed much in more than five years (photo by Megan Barnes).

Downtown Hasn’t Shaken its Vacancy Problem

Downtown San Pedro looks a lot different than it did half a decade ago. Trolleys run up and down cleaned streets under crisscrossing lights that have given the area new charm. Just two months ago, the streets were blocked off […]

The Street With No Name (1948) featured the old Ferry Building.

Backlot San Pedro

The city of San Pedro has a list of television and film credits that

photos by Jeff Loftin & John Mattera

Go Big Or Go Home: Gina & Sarah Di Leva – October 19, 2012 (Wedding)

Gino and Sarah (Brander) Di Leva never thought they would ever get married, especially to each other. The couple

The Bike Palace has been a familiar fixture on Pacific Ave. for 40 years. (photos by John Mattera)

Still Pedalin’

The typically pleasant Southern California weather coupled

Raymond Green, Attorney at Law

Do-It-Yourself Estate Planning

As an estate planning attorney, I’m often asked about what my thoughts are about "do-it-yourself" (DIY) wills and trusts. My

Food Is Evil (And Other Lies)

What I’m about to tell you isn’t particularly groundbreaking information, but the thing is, most people don’t know it. It’s astounding how we can know so little about

Mary Star's Tyler Sestich and San Pedro's Jacob Miller. (photos by Joshua Stecker)

Field Generals Spark 2013 Prep Football Season

The 2012 season brought upon new phases for both San Pedro and

Come See & Touch the Future at PortTechEXPO

A solar concentrator dish that can burn through a one-inch thick solid steel block (at 2,650º F), create steam to run a turbine, or recycle wastewater for reuse;

Where Did the Summer Go?

In many ways I’m a bit old fashion and somewhat of a traditionalist. For example, I don’t believe in wearing a hat at the dinner table, I think

Frank Ravalli and Paul Aghilipour converted the former Think Bistro into a blue oasis of Mediterranean cuisine at The Blue Grotto. (photo by Joshua Stecker)

A Mediterranean Oasis In South Shores

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