Friday, April 2, 2010

Extra Credit if You Can Find the News This April Fool’s Week

Hey, what happened to the news this week? Your industrious editor can’t find anything substantive to report to you eager readers.

Here’s what I’ve scraped together:

Today is the informational meeting for neighborhood council candidates from 9:30 to 11:30 a.m. at Peck Park. Details here.

You can flip through the new issue of the San Pedro Business Journal, with a lead story on the economic benefits of the arts.

Here’s what’s on the horizon this month:

The first annual Edge of LA International Wine Festival is next Saturday, April 10 in downtown San Pedro.

A Democratic candidates forum is taking place next Saturday afternoon in Harbor City. Democrats running for Secretary of State, Attorney General, Insurance Commissioner and Superintendent of Public Instruction are confirmed to attend. Details here.

The LA Harbor International Film Festival is April 29-May 2.

Happy Easter and Passover to end this “holiday light” and fool-hardy news week.

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