When art whistles its tune, sometimes it’s good to go with your instincts. ...
The biggest swell since ‘83 leaves behind a new chapter in South Bay surf history ...
Come May, some 80 Moffett Elementary students in Lennox will be able to see the chalkboard with a new clarity. ...
Last week, Shorewood held a company-wide meeting to announce a new era: The Herman Group, a Denver-based firm specializing in a variety of real estate services, has acquired the co ...
[caption id="attachment_81021" align="aligncenter" width="600"] HBPD Chief Sharon Papa talks to residents during a "Pizza with Police" event. Photo b Chelsea Schreiber[/caption] Wh ...
With presence also in Redondo Beach and most recently Manhattan Beach, the school has taught more than 15,000 students to date. ...
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The City of Hermosa Beach is hosting a drop-in open house event on the proposed E&B oil drilling and production project this Saturday. The event, which will be held from 9 a.m. to 1 p.m. at City...
Grinning from ear to ear, Camille Mills stood in Fisher Gym Wednesday evening pointing at the wall. The senior had just led host Mira Costa to a hard-fought 40-33 win over rival Redondo Union, advancing the Mustangs...
First looks... I stopped in at the Rockefeller in Manhattan Beach to see how that new establishment is fitting into the community, and I have to say that it is a very well-done remodeling of the former barbecue joint.
Gaby Griffith Garland has a hectic schedule. As a local TV star, she’s often on the road with her agent Judy working long hours with difficult directors. Read more »
The environmental nonprofit’s new chairman, the first ever from the South Bay, sets his sights on raising local participation and keeping Hermosa drill-free Read more »
“There are two contests you need to win to be remembered as a big wave rider — the Eddie Aikau in Hawaii and Mavericks. I’m honored to have won one Read more »
This isn’t any ordinary chow call, and these aren’t ordinary prisoners serving up for their fellow inmates. They’re members of V.E.T.S. for Read more »
Author Natalie Baszile, a Palos Verdes native, draws from personal experiences to tell a heartfelt story about a female sugarcane farmer based in the Read more »
At 37, PVHS Principal Charles Park is steering one of the best public high schools in the state to greater success Read more »
Photo by Richardson-Daniel Photography Myla Azar has never been able to sing or dance, but she loves to sit in the audience and watch other people Read more »
Mother and daughter dancing team and studio owners Dyan Lopez-Fiamengo and Breeonna Fiamengo want to bring Hollywood to the Hill. “Our goal here as a Read more »
City of Hermosa Beach NOTICE OF COMPLETION AND AVAILABILITY OF DRAFT ENVIRONMENTAL IMPACT REPORT FOR PUBLIC REVIEW -ENDING APRIL 14, 2014 E & B Oil Read more »
City of Redondo Beach NOTICE INVITING SEALED PROPOSALS RFP #1314-007 NOTICE IS HEREBY GIVEN that the City of Redondo Beach, California, will receive sealed Read more »
On February 8, 1945, a skinny 18-year old sailor named Chuck Hillinger walked into the Opal Pharmacy on Torrance Boulevard in Redondo Beach. He was Read more »
Long time Hermosa Beach resident and retired Easy Reader bookkeeper Theresia Thompson (nee Hafner) died peacefully at her home on Sunday. Thompson was born Read more »
Politics has often been called “show business for the ugly.” The commonalities are legion, but the overriding one is that there is a belief in Read more »
It seems like the simplest thing in the world. Open your tap and pure…well, sort of…water comes out. As end users, we don’t give it much thought. Read more »