Saturday, October 17, 2009

Week in Review

Harbor Interfaith Services will be expanding, thanks to a $5-million grant from the county.

Rep. Jane Harman gave a State of the Region address, which ended up focusing on the situation in Afghanistan.

Story and photo gallery from Monday’s Sportswalk induction.

A little write-up and picture of last Saturday’s Citizen of the Century ceremony honoring John Olguin.

About a year after its formation, the downtown San Pedro Property Business Improvement District (P-BID) is hiring a manager. Better hurry and apply; the deadline is 5 p.m. Monday.

From the arts pages, coverage of “Hate Mail” and “Deathtrap,” both on stage now at the Little Fish Theatre Co.

Last but not least, don’t forget to visit and for other events happening around town.

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