Events

Jan
24
Tue
8:00 am Labor Law Update – Tips to Stay ... @ Toyota USA Auto Museum
Labor Law Update – Tips to Stay ... @ Toyota USA Auto Museum
Jan 24 @ 8:00 am – 10:30 am
Labor Law Update - Tips to Stay Ahead of the Curve @ Toyota USA Auto Museum | Torrance | California | United States
Labor Law Update – Tips to Stay Ahead of the Curve We’re half way into the first month of the New Year. Are you in compliance? Are you scratching your head about all of the[...]
12:00 pm Tech Talks: Predictive Analytics... @ Torrance Area Chamber of Commerce
Tech Talks: Predictive Analytics... @ Torrance Area Chamber of Commerce
Jan 24 @ 12:00 pm – 1:30 pm
Tech Talks: Predictive Analytics, Marketing, and Big Data @ Torrance Area Chamber of Commerce | Torrance | California | United States
  January 24th Tech Talks Presenter, Rajesh Mulchandani, Predictive and Advanced Analytics Manager at Toyota North America.   Do you have a love/hate relationship with technology? If you’re like most business owners you may be[...]
6:30 pm Jo Rosen, Founder and President ... @ Parish House of American Martyrs Catholic Church
Jo Rosen, Founder and President ... @ Parish House of American Martyrs Catholic Church
Jan 24 @ 6:30 pm
Jo Rosen, Founder and President of Parkinson’s Resource Organization (PRO) holds Roundtable with Local Parkinson’s Support Group @ Parish House of American Martyrs Catholic Church | Manhattan Beach | California | United States
Jo Rosen, Founder and President of Parkinson’s Resource Organization (PRO) holds Roundtable with Local Parkinson’s Support Group Support groups share information, answer questions and provide emotional support The Parkinson’s Resource Organization (PRO) meets monthly (on the[...]
Jan
25
Wed
6:00 am Learn the technique of sliding t... @ Urho Saari Swim Stadium
Learn the technique of sliding t... @ Urho Saari Swim Stadium
Jan 25 @ 6:00 am
Learn the technique of sliding through the water efficiently @ Urho Saari Swim Stadium | El Segundo | California | United States
Learn the technique of sliding through the water efficiently Swimming is not natural! The right technique does not feel natural, so it is best to learn it properly by participating in coached workouts. Knowledgeable coaches[...]

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Redondo Beach Women’s March mobilizes South Bay

Redondo Beach Women’s March mobilizes South Bay

Over 2,000 protesters, advocating women's rights and opposing President Donald Trump's attitude towards women, marched from the King Harbor Marina to Pacific Coast Highway and back Saturday morning. The atmosphere was festive and police said they were no troublesome incidents. …

Plans to renovate Manhattan Beach’s Peck Reservoir okayed

by Ryan McDonald   The Manhattan Beach City council unanimously agreed Tuesday night on a plan to replace the aging Peck Reservoir, stabilizing the city’s…

In Manhattan Beach City Council race, Burton focuses on fiscal responsibility, public safety

by Ryan McDonald At a Manhattan Beach City Council meeting last year, the city was considering an ordinance that would restrict “targeted picketing.” The measure…

South Bay Dining News: Kincaid’s celebrates 18 years, A Basq Kitchen pairs with King Harbor Brewing, and Nikau Kai opens surfer-oriented restaurant

South Bay Dining News: Kincaid’s celebrates 18 years, A Basq Kitchen pairs with King Harbor Brewing, and Nikau Kai opens surfer-oriented restaurant

One Problem Solved, Bigger One Created… People who go to restaurant websites usually want to…

Mira Costa, Redondo girls prepare for showdown on the hardwood

Mira Costa, Redondo girls prepare for showdown on the hardwood

by Randy Angel Coming off a weekend playing against competitive teams in non-league action, Mira…

Congressman Ted Lieu announces he will not attend inauguration

Congressman Ted Lieu announces he will not attend inauguration

Congressman Ted Lieu announced this weekend that he will not attend Friday’s Inauguration of Donald…

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Life Aquatic: ocean dwelling storytellers  share watery tales at Sloopy’s

Life Aquatic: ocean dwelling storytellers share watery tales at Sloopy’s

  by Abby McMillen That insatiable tug on a person’s heart to abandon routine in pursuit of purpose: it’s a feeling…

Purcell’s “The Fairy Queen” – Fun at Puck’s Club FQ with Long Beach Opera

Purcell’s “The Fairy Queen” – Fun at Puck’s Club FQ with Long Beach Opera

“The Fairy Queen” Goes To Vegas a 17th Century masterpiece, reworked by Culture Clash and Long Beach Opera by Bondo Wyszpolski…

South Bay art calendar for Jan. 19 to 25

South Bay art calendar for Jan. 19 to 25

Thursday, January 19 Acclaimed Wagnerian soprano Grammy-nominated vocalist Linda Watson is featured in a recital with pianist Russell Ryan at 8 p.m. in Marsee Auditorium at El Camino College, Crenshaw…

Michael Keaton reveals the McDonald’s Empire’s unsavory history in “The Founder” [MOVIE REVIEW]

Michael Keaton reveals the McDonald’s Empire’s unsavory history in “The Founder” [MOVIE REVIEW]

  by Jasper Bernbaum/www.cinemacy.com It feels eerily appropriate that The Founder is being released nationwide on the same day as the presidential inauguration. It’s a film that serves as both…

Ride the wave: the 10th Annual Southern California Slack Key Festival in Redondo Beach

Ride the wave: the 10th Annual Southern California Slack Key Festival in Redondo Beach

by Jennifer Passaro Umi is both the Hawaiian word for ten and the Japanese word for wave. It is with grace, power, and something like the predictability of physics that…

Dear President: South Bay Contemporary sends a message to Washington

Dear President: South Bay Contemporary sends a message to Washington

Reality Check With “Dear President,” South Bay Contemporary sends a message to the White House by Bondo Wyszpolski Shhh, don’t tell anyone, but most art shows aren’t that relevant to…

Cinemacy Editors Pick Their Top Films of 2016

Cinemacy Editors Pick Their Top Films of 2016

Cinemacy Staff/www.cinemacy.com What we here at Cinemacy consider to be the best of 2016 represents a combination of the movies that had the greatest emotional impact on us, matched with…

South Bay arts calendar for Jan. 12 to 18

South Bay arts calendar for Jan. 12 to 18

Friday, January 13 Special effects “Very Cinematic Narrative” flows with the kinetic sculptures of William Sandell (see last week’s Easy Week feature) and the paintings of Cynda Valle, and it…

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Beer Bros: Hoppy Happenins’

Beer Bros: Hoppy Happenins’

We are only two weeks away from the first LA Beer and Food Festival. Held on Saturday, January 28 at the Mack Sennett Studios in…

Great ambitions take flight at The Great Room

North Italia defies expectations

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