Did you know that one in nine jobs in the greater Los Angeles region is connected to the San Pedro Bay port complex? From glass artists to tugboat operators, the #1in9 series highlights the different careers and industries supported by trade through the Port of Los Angeles and surrounding five-county region.
Maritime Minute is a video series for social media featuring Marifrances Trivelli, Director of the Los Angeles Maritime Museum, who shares one-minute, historical vignettes about the Port of Los Angeles.
List of episodes: E1: Los Angeles Steamship Company E2: Angels Gate Lighthouse E3: San Pedro Municipal Ferry Service E4: California Shipbuilding Corporation E5: History of the ILWU (Special Edition) E6: Deadman's Island E7: StarKist Tuna E8: History of the Pacific Fleet (Special Edition) E9: S.S. Catalina E10: Vincent Thomas Bridge E11: S.S. Princess Louise E12: Southern California's Lumber Industry E13: SS Booker T. Washington (Special Edition) E14: Todd Shipyards E15: Terminals Islanders E16: Harvard and Yale
The LA Waterfront is 400+ acres of waterfront property located in the Los Angeles harbor communities of San Pedro and Wilmington, funded and maintained by the Port of Los Angeles. Featuring more than a dozen beautification and redevelopment projects utilizing open space with pedestrian promenades, walking paths, native landscaping, decorative lighting, and scenic views, the LA Waterfront attracts hundreds of thousands of visitors annually.