Friday, May 14, 2010

All Good Things ...

Dear readers: New demands on my time require me to stop publishing San Pedro News. These past two years have been a real labor of love, but I can no longer sustain this work as a side project. I’m taking my career in a new direction and need to devote myself to that pursuit completely. I’m turning off comments because I can’t check in and monitor them. The site will stay up for archival purposes.

You can find news and special events where I find them:

Daily Breeze
San Pedro Today
Random Lengths News community calendar
San Pedro Chamber of Commerce

Very best regards and thanks for your readership, comments and interest in San Pedro News.

Andrea Adleman

Friday, May 7, 2010

Week in Review

“San Pedro waterfront project enters Phase 1”

“Shipper arrives in Port of L.A. with ‘no-frills’ link to China”

“San Pedro residents try to block PV Marathon over parking concerns”

Neighborhood Council Meetings Next Week

The Northwest San Pedro Neighborhood Council meets on Monday, May 10 at 6:30 p.m. at Peck Park, 560 N. Western Ave. View the agenda, visit or call (310) 732-4522 for more information.

The Central San Pedro Neighborhood Council meets on Tuesday, May 11 at the Port of LA High School, 250 W. Fifth St. Refreshments are served at 6 p.m. and the meeting begins at 6:30 p.m. View the agenda, visit or call (310) 918-8650 for more information.

The Food Section

The Los Angeles Times discovered Nosh Café in downtown San Pedro and they liked what they noshed.

Thursday Screening of Michael Jackson’s “This is It”

The King of Pop comes to the San Pedro big screen Thursday for a special presentation of the film, “This is It.” The movie screens at 7 p.m. at the Warner Grand Theatre, preceded by a dance performance by San Pedro City Ballet. Tickets are $8 in advance and $10 at the door. Get into the spirit by wearing one white glove and get a free small popcorn. Details at or (310) 833-4813.