All posts tagged Joe Buscaino

Great Streets = Great Community

If we are going to have a conversation about the impact arts can have on a community, we must mention the current talk of the town, the Cirque du Soleil show Totem, which opened in San Pedro last month and […]

The Eighth Terminal

Last month, I had the honor of being appointed a Los Angeles Harbor Commissioner by Mayor Eric Garcetti and confirmed by the L.A. City Council. The purpose of

Ziggy Mrkich and Renee O'Connor, co-directorsof SPIFF (photo by John Mattera)

A Film Festival For The Community

It was founded to celebrate the diverse culture and community of San Pedro, and

Leading San Pedro

“This town eats its own.” I recall a friend on the San Pedro Chamber board saying this while lamenting that San Pedrans aren’t great at supporting their local

Westmont Drive Fiasco Proves It: Stupid Is As Stupid Does

It’s a good thing I take blood pressure medication because I nearly popped a vein when I read what happened to Westmont Drive. And that was before I

Garcetti: A Vote For San Pedro

For years, San Pedro has been disillusioned when it comes to getting attention during election season in Los Angeles. In fact, the last time we felt special was

That’s So Pedro

San Pedro is a very unique place with a culture that is extremely specific to our little part of Los Angeles. As San Pedrans, there are certain experiences

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Lights! Camera! Action!

Stephanie Mardesichloves movies. If not for her passion for the cinema, the

Raising The Bar

I enjoy living in San Pedro near the ocean; however, there is room for improvement in this town. Ideas for an even better San Pedro usually come to

2012: A Year in Review (December 2012 Cover Story)

It was a year of incredible change and transformation for San Pedro.

A year of gains, losses and continued tradition. The waters

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