Friday, August 28, 2009

Slow-Cooked News

The hills are burning and not much else is making news in these hot, lazy, end-of-summer days. Here’s a little something to quench your thirst.

The Los Angeles Times picked up the story of St. Peter’s Church and its delayed move to Green Hills.

KABC Talkradio 790 AM picked up the “half-off” campaign to cut L.A. politicians’ pay, interviewing Doug Epperhart of the Coastal San Pedro Neighborhood Council during the McIntyre in the Morning program.

The monthly First Thursday artwalk is Sept. 3 in downtown San Pedro. A few highlights are listed on the official website.

New issues of Random Lengths News and San Pedro Today are on the streets. The Random Lengths website hasn’t been updated yet, so you’ll have to find a hard copy to read the cover story on the Harbor Labor Coalition and the rest of the content. San Pedro Today has been posted to the web and features a rock band that caters to Catholic youth.

If you’re starting to think about your Labor Day plans, remember that the Vincent Thomas Bridge will be closed in the morning for the Conquer the Bridge run/walk.

1 comment:

IronHead433 said...

There's 365 days in a year........ Run across the bridge on any day you like. On LABOR DAY join with LABOR at the LABOR DAY PARADE...

August 15, 2009 8:45 AM

Did Doug leave the peacock behind when he hit the interview trail...........good move..