A couple of weeks ago I was lunching with a friend at the Catalina Express Terminal when I noticed some banners hanging out by the bocce ball courts. Being the nosy reporter type that I am, I walked over to see what was going on. I found Dan Imbagliazzo and Marty DeMott packing up after […]
The San Pedro Library is set to open its doors on Monday, April 20th after a six week closure. You can’t tell by looking at it, but this ain’t your Mama’s library anymore. It’s actually not even your toddler’s library anymore. In six short weeks, the San Pedro Library was completely overhauled to include a […]
On February 7th, months of hard work and bowl glazing culminated in a wonderful evening of friendship and fundraising to end hunger in San Pedro. The very first Empty Bowls San Pedro project was a huge success and had people looking forward to the next one. Over six months ago, Regina Fernandez heard about […]
On Sunday, December 7, 2014, St. Peter’s Church hosted the annual Virgin of Guadalupe procession through the streets of San Pedro. © That’s So Pedro, all rights reserved.
When I decided that my main focus for the next year would be centered around San Pedro culture, one of the first things I thought about was the annual procession for the Virgin of Guadalupe sponsored by St. Peter’s Catholic Church. Celebrations for Our Lady of Guadalupe begin on the first day of December in […]
I’ve always been very upfront about my non-pirate status, but there are more San Pedrans who have graduated from Narbonne than you might think. I may be a Gaucho but there is only one school that truly owns my heart and that school is Dodson Jr. High. Sure, it’s a middle school now, but it […]