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Downtown Manhattan Beach Farmers Market @ Downtown Manhattan Beach | Manhattan Beach | California | United States
Enjoy 50+ vendors at the weekly Certified Farmers Market! About the Manhattan Beach Farmers Market Launched in the summer of 2006, the Manhattan Beach Farmers Market is open every Tuesday, rain or shine, from 11am[...]

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Hermosa Beach Police fight breast cancer with Pink Patch Project

Hermosa Beach Police fight breast cancer with Pink Patch Project

The Hermosa Beach Police Department joined more than 80 other law enforcement agencies throughout Southern California earlier this week to celebrate raising money and public…

Manhattan Beach refinances debt, eyes election results, nabs top credit grade

by Ryan McDonald Like much of the country, Manhattan Beach Finance Director Bruce Moe was watching the election returns come in on the evening of…

Redondo Beach Council places King Harbor CARE Act on ballot

  by David Mendez Though the King Harbor CARE Act never seemed to be in danger of missing placement on the March 2017 municipal ballot,…

Local Islamic community finds solace, hope in Torrance’s embrace

Local Islamic community finds solace, hope in Torrance’s embrace

by Saima Fariz Torrance has long offered its Islamic community a safe and welcoming space…

Hermosa Beach to realign local elections

Hermosa Beach to realign local elections

by Ryan McDonald Citing dismal turnout figures in recent elections for local offices, the Hermosa…

Hermosa Beach Police Beat

Burglary suspect arrested One man is in custody and police are searching for another suspect…

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A Basq Kitchen opens up artful treasure trove: the Whatsits Galore Holiday Art Fair

A Basq Kitchen opens up artful treasure trove: the Whatsits Galore Holiday Art Fair

by Mark McDermott Let there be art, Ariel Perkins thought. Mondays are traditionally a night off in the dining industry. But…

Werner Herzog’s ‘Into the Inferno’ is a Different Kind of Nature Odyssey [MOVIE REVIEW]

Werner Herzog’s ‘Into the Inferno’ is a Different Kind of Nature Odyssey [MOVIE REVIEW]

by H. Nelson Tracey/www.cinemacy.com In director Werner Herzog’s own words, “This is not something you will find playing on the National Geographic…

South Bay Arts Calendar for Dec. 1 to 7

South Bay Arts Calendar for Dec. 1 to 7

Thursday, December 1 What your teacher’s been up to “Faculty Show 2016,” being works by the El Camino College Art Department and Photography Department faculty, is on view in the…

“Things to Come” – Life goes on [MOVIE REVIEW]

“Things to Come” – Life goes on [MOVIE REVIEW]

by Neely Swanson “Things to Come,” written and directed by Mia Hansen Løve, arrives on the scene with a major calling card – its actress, the incomparable Isabelle Huppert. Ms.…

Beer Bros: ‘Tis the season: Select  Beer’s wintery selections and Hoppy Happenins’

Beer Bros: ‘Tis the season: Select Beer’s wintery selections and Hoppy Happenins’

by Ed Solt   Is it a coincidence winter seasonal beers tend to be stronger? Although we like to think so while we grabbing a deliciously potent DIPA six pack…

‘Bleed For This’ goes the full twelve rounds

‘Bleed For This’ goes the full twelve rounds

by Ryan Rojas/Cinemacy.com There’s a fire that burns in “Bleed For This,” the latest boxing-story-to-screen movie about boxer Vinny Pazienza, the former World-Champ who suffered what should’ve been not only…

Hung Viet Nguyen: Searching for balance, practicing respect

Hung Viet Nguyen: Searching for balance, practicing respect

With Due Respect to Mother Nature Hung Viet Nguyen is among the talented artists in “South Bay Focus 2016” by Bondo Wyszpolski War upends everyone’s life, doesn’t it? In the…

South Bay arts calendar for Nov. 24 – 30

South Bay arts calendar for Nov. 24 – 30

Friday, November 25 One’s skinny, one’s obese The “Laurel and Hardy Festival” returns to the Old Town Music Hall, 140 Richmond St., El Segundo, with silent and “talkie” shorts at…

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Astro Kitchen fuses Japanese and French cuisine beautifully

Astro Kitchen fuses Japanese and French cuisine beautifully

by Richard Foss The fusion of Japanese and French cuisines is one of the weirdest success stories in culinary history. French cuisine uses rich, heavy…

Classics with a bit of frill served at Salt Creek Grille

Farm to Terranea – Chef Bernard Ibarra

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