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April 8, 2000 | CARA MIA DI MASSA
By 6:15 a.m. on a recent Friday, Canetti's Seafood Grotto in San Pedro was packed with men whose hands show their work history as much as any resume. Old World San Pedro gathers at Canetti's, as always, by groups. At one table, the village gossips sit; at another, city employees. Once a month, the firefighters stop by. But most of the action takes place at the center, where a long table is reserved for the fishermen. It's easy to spot the fishermen.
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April 8, 2000 | CARA MIA DI MASSA
By 6:15 a.m. on a recent Friday, Canetti's Seafood Grotto in San Pedro was packed with men whose hands show their work history as much as any resume. Old World San Pedro gathers at Canetti's, as always, by groups. At one table, the village gossips sit; at another, city employees. Once a month, the firefighters stop by. But most of the action takes place at the center, where a long table is reserved for the fishermen. It's easy to spot the fishermen.
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February 20, 1999 | JEAN MERL
It is a little past noon on a Friday, and the high-ceilinged ballroom in San Pedro's venerable Dalmatian-American Club is packed with people and redolent with the scent of pasta and swordfish steaks. Black-and-white-uniformed waitresses carry trays from the upstairs kitchen down elegant staircases to the long rows of cloth-covered tables laden with china and carafes of white and blush wine. Greetings and gossip from the lips of some 400 diners flow as freely as the wine.
CALIFORNIA | LOCAL
February 20, 1999 | JEAN MERL
It is a little past noon on a Friday, and the high-ceilinged ballroom in San Pedro's venerable Dalmatian-American Club is packed with people and redolent with the scent of pasta and swordfish steaks. Black-and-white-uniformed waitresses carry trays from the upstairs kitchen down elegant staircases to the long rows of cloth-covered tables laden with china and carafes of white and blush wine. Greetings and gossip from the lips of some 400 diners flow as freely as the wine.
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December 2, 1996 | BOB POOL, TIMES STAFF WRITER
It's a gloriously illustrated picture book--but one that will never grace anyone's living room coffee table. It's a richly detailed history book--but one that will never find a place on any library's reference shelf. The fat volume that Kuzma Domancich carries around these days in San Pedro is both. But he says the best words to describe it are "order book." Domancich's book is a loose-leaf binder stuffed with nearly 500 photos that are chronologically organized and numbered.
CALIFORNIA | LOCAL
December 2, 1996 | BOB POOL, TIMES STAFF WRITER
It's a gloriously illustrated picture book--but one that will never grace anyone's living room coffee table. It's a richly detailed history book--but one that will never find a place on any library's reference shelf. The fat volume that Kuzma Domancich carries around these days in San Pedro is both. But he says the best words to describe it are "order book." Domancich's book is a loose-leaf binder stuffed with nearly 500 photos that are chronologically organized and numbered.
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