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 […]
It seemed like everyone showed up to see the corner of Capitol Dr. and Gaffey St. dedicated as Di Carlo Square, even some beautiful weather. For multiple generations of the Di Carlo family and many decades long former employees this was a proud day to commemorate a business whose legacy has lived on through them […]
I come from a union household. Both my parents were shop stewards for their respective unions. I believe in unions. While neither of my parents were ever ILWU members, I have so many friends and family members who rely on the ILWU and the docks for their livelihood. There was no way I was going […]
Off The Vine Wine Shop had a packed house on Saturday for their first ever Edge of L.A. Holiday Wine Extravaganza. Michael and Alie Koth of Off the Vine are known for their great events, but this tasting was geared towards giving local wine lovers a chance to sample some fabulous gifting options before the […]
Hundreds of San Pedrans turned out for the celebratory lighting of the Gaffey Street pedestrian bridge and the ceremonial kick-off to Mayor Garcetti’s Great Streets initiative. Harbor commissioners, neighborhood council members, community activists and throngs of residents flocked to the dirt lot on North Gaffey Street, just before the entrance of the Harbor Freeway, […]
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.