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10:00 am Electric Cars: Fad or Future? @ Automobile Driving Museum
Electric Cars: Fad or Future? @ Automobile Driving Museum
May 15 @ 10:00 am – Jul 31 @ 4:00 pm
Electric Cars: Fad or Future? @ Automobile Driving Museum | El Segundo | California | United States
The Automobile Driving Museum presents an exhibition of unusual electric vehicles from the 1960s and 1970s as well as modern automobiles including one of the few Tesla convertibles. Activities for kids include demonstrations on creating and storing electricity.  Tuesdays through Sundays, through July 31, 10 a.m. – 4 p.m. Automobile Driving Museum, 610 Lairport St,...Read More→
May
30
Mon
all-day “Water,” a student photography e... @ El Camino College
“Water,” a student photography e... @ El Camino College
May 30 all-day
“Water,” a student photography exhibit @ El Camino College | Torrance | California | United States
  The El Camino College Photography Department will present “Water,” a student photography exhibit in the lobby of the Schauerman Library through May 31. More than 50 photographs will be on display, showcasing a wide variety of work in film and digital images, ranging from beginning through advanced levels. Subject matter includes portraiture, landscapes, still...Read More→

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About 95 stolen car mirrors found after traffic stop

About 95 stolen car mirrors found after traffic stop

Manhattan Beach police said they found about 95 stolen side view car mirrors when they stopped a car for a traffic violation at 2:50 a.m. on May 26 in the city.…

Horger was long-time Hermosa Beach activist

Longtime Hermosa Beach activist Sue Horger died Friday, May 13 at her home in Hermosa Beach after telling her husband John, “I’m going to take…

About Town in Hermosa Beach

Women’s Club Donation The Woman’s Club of Hermosa Beach presented a check for $22,300 to Walk With Sally at a banquet earlier this month. The…

More than Enough: A Passover Story

More than Enough:  A Passover Story

Children’s book author April Halprin finds inspiration in dayenu…

American Martyrs 75th anniversary Mass

American Martyrs 75th anniversary Mass

American Martyrs Church’s 75th anniversary will be celebrated with an outdoor Mass said by Monsignor John Barry on the baseball field at 4 p.m.…

Summer Calendar: Manhattan Beach Summer Sidewalk Sale

Summer Calendar: Manhattan Beach Summer Sidewalk Sale

The Downtown Manhattan Beach Business and Professionals Association holds its annual Summer Sidewalk Sale. …

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An Endless Journey: New work by Ed Moses, Andy Moses, and Kelly Berg is featured in “Family Plot,” opening Thursday in Manhattan Beach

An Endless Journey: New work by Ed Moses, Andy Moses, and Kelly Berg is featured in “Family Plot,” opening Thursday in Manhattan Beach

by Bondo Wyszpolski Three individual painters, and yet a strong underlying bond is at the core of “Family Plot,” the Homeira…

South Bay Arts Calendar May 26 – 29, 2016

South Bay Arts Calendar May 26 – 29, 2016

Thursday, May 26 Gone girl Kim Hooper, author of “People Who Knew Me,” about a woman who runs away from everything…

“Fare” is a cinematic ride

“Fare” is a cinematic ride

Thomas Torrey’s “Fare” screens June 2 in Hermosa Beach by Bondo Wyszpolski Among the many films screening this coming week during the “South Bay Film & Music Festival” is one…

“Presenting Princess Shaw” – Re: Meme her [MOVIE REVIEW]

“Presenting Princess Shaw” – Re: Meme her [MOVIE REVIEW]

by Neely Swanson “Presenting Princess Shaw,” a documentary by director/editor Ido Haar, is a mash-up of a mash-up or even a meme in that one artist “borrows” another’s work and…

Blues in the Blood: Chicago Bluesman Wayne Baker Brooks Plays Hermosa Beach

Blues in the Blood: Chicago Bluesman Wayne Baker Brooks Plays Hermosa Beach

by Whitney Youngs Like a lot of black kids born in the 1970s and growing up on Chicago’s South Side, Wayne Baker Brooks wanted to be Michael Jordan. Jordan —…

Maps: How Lisa Ritchie followed her songs west and what she found [MUSIC PREVIEW]

Maps: How Lisa Ritchie followed her songs west and what she found [MUSIC PREVIEW]

by Mark McDermott  It’s a curious enterprise, the making of songs, and how those songs can sometimes become vessels that take their makers far beyond their known horizons for reasons…

South Bay Arts & Entertainment Calendar, May 18 – 25

South Bay Arts & Entertainment Calendar, May 18 – 25

Thursday, May 19 Pure voice Red Harmony, an a cappella choir, performs from 6 to 8 p.m. as part of the “Tunes at TAM,” in the Torrance Art Museum, 3320…

“The Lobster” and the absurdity of modern love [MOVIE REVIEW]

“The Lobster” and the absurdity of modern love [MOVIE REVIEW]

  by Ryan Rojas/Cinemacy.com In this modern age, where more and more relationships are being facilitated online – apps like Tinder making romance and falling in love almost binary in…

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Yellow Fever has style and flavor to burn [RESTAURANT REVIEW]

Yellow Fever has style and flavor to burn [RESTAURANT REVIEW]

by Richard Foss If I tell you that there’s a restaurant in Torrance that has been featured in an article for Interior Design magazine, you’ll…

SMALL BUSINESS – Torrance Brewing Supply keeps local brewers going, beer flowing

The Bountiful Bistro: The rustic feel and finely executed meals at Tin Roof have made it a local treasure [RESTAURANT REVIEW]

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