POLA, San Pedro & Mary Star all aim to shine in spite of the new challenges
Thirty photographs capturing Los Angeles will be showcased at the ‘Non-Native’ exhibit at the Croatian Cultural Center on Saturday, April 18.
There is plenty of promise ahead for San Pedro, Port of Los Angeles and Mary Star of the Sea High School baseball teams as they begin to start swinging for the 2015 season.
Aesthetics or functionality? These seem to be the two factions in the ongoing discussions about transforming Gaffey as part of the Great Streets Initiative.
Tiffany Torres has been quite the fixture at POLA High School and has lettered in four sports, but soccer is the sport she has shined in the most.
Students are asked to create a video on why they love their community.
The San Pedro High girls basketball team suffered its worst season ever in 2010-11, only winning once in 20 games. The program was headed south rapidly and there was no sign of any hope to return to respectability. Suddenly, a change would come in the form of a fabulous freshman guard named Rita Fiorenza. From there, San Pedro girls basketball would never be the same again.
More than 150 people were in attendance in the Croatian Culture Center on W. 7th Street to hear the presentation on the conceptual plan made by representatives from Los Angeles Neighborhood Initiative (LANI), RRM Design Group, and Fehr & Peers (transportation consultant).
San Pedro football’s Marine League title, the awesome turnaround of Mary Star girls volleyball, and the dual signing day for Vitalich & Miranda lead our fall headlines.
This weekend, the Los Angeles Police Department Harbor Division will host its 12th annual Helping Badge Winter Wonderland event for underprivileged LAUSD elementary school students and Philie B’s restaurant in downtown San Pedro, in conjunction with Harbor Interfaith Services (HIS), will host its first Christmas fundraiser benefitting those receiving services at HIS that help them get back on their feet.