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all-day Blood Donation Opportunities @ South Bay Locations
Blood Donation Opportunities @ South Bay Locations
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Blood Donation Opportunities @ South Bay Locations | Long Beach | California | United States
Blood Donation Opportunities Aug. 16-31, 2016   Blood donations urgently needed in the final weeks of summer The American Red Cross urges blood donors to give in the final weeks of summer to help overcome[...]

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Hermosa Beach moves to gather data for potential Community Choice Aggregation

Hermosa Beach moves to gather data for potential Community Choice Aggregation

by Ryan McDonald The Hermosa Beach City Council approved an implementation plan for a potential Community Choice Aggregation program at its Tuesday night meeting, overcoming…

Giant scoop stolen from Hermosa Beach ice cream shop

by Ryan McDonald If someone in Hermosa offers you an oversized scoop of ceramic ice cream, beware: it may be hot. The missing ice cream…

Manhattan Beach woman guides board members of nonprofits

by Ryan McDonald For many South Bay residents, joining the board of a nonprofit is natural step. The area’s high real estate prices attract people…

Redondo Beach’s Artesia name change moves forward

Redondo Beach’s Artesia name change moves forward

by David Mendez Artesia Boulevard may fall by the wayside in Redondo Beach as the…

Paddle out and life celebration scheduled for local surfer, musician Donovan Lenker

Paddle out and life celebration scheduled for local surfer, musician Donovan Lenker

By: Ed Solt Known affectionately as “Dono” by friends and family, Donovan Lenker unexpectedly passed…

Los Angeles County honors guards for lifesaving, Supervisor Knabe for saving guards

Los Angeles County honors guards for lifesaving,  Supervisor Knabe for saving guards

Los Angeles County Lifeguard Ivan Wilkins received the Distinguished Service Award during the International Surf Festival last week for assisting in this rescue of a 5-year-old boy at 42nd Street in Manhattan Beach last October. Photo by Steve Gaffney (SteveGaffney.com)…

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“My King” – My life [MOVIE REVIEW]

“My King” – My life [MOVIE REVIEW]

by Neely Swanson In “My King,” writer/director Maïwenn  has given us the gift of another superb character drama of disturbing proportions.…

Local scenes: Dan Janotta’s new paintings  go on view at Java Man  Saturday in Hermosa Beach

Local scenes: Dan Janotta’s new paintings go on view at Java Man Saturday in Hermosa Beach

  by Bondo Wyszpolski If you’re sipping coffee at Java Man this weekend there’s a good chance you’ll notice a change…

South Bay Arts and Entertainment Calendar August 18-24

South Bay Arts and Entertainment Calendar August 18-24

Thursday, August 18 Art walking Smoky Hollow Industries in El Segundo presents a unique exhibition featuring a live body art painting, photography, and video by award winning body artist Paul…

Robbie Krieger’s fire is still lit [MUSIC PREVIEW]

Robbie Krieger’s fire is still lit [MUSIC PREVIEW]

by Esther Kang In the late 60s, a four-piece rock band based out of Venice Beach took the world by storm. The Doors, named after Aldous Huxley’s 1954 book “The…

“Pete’s Dragon” is what a family movie should be: magical

“Pete’s Dragon” is what a family movie should be: magical

by H. Nelson Tracey/ www.cinemacy.com It’s a travesty that the description ‘family movie’ has become categorically marooned by studios and the public alike as a juvenile and tasteless affair. Animated movies…

Arts and Entertainment calendar from 8/18 to 8/24

Arts and Entertainment calendar from 8/18 to 8/24

Thursday, August 18 Wear that cowboy hat TennWest performs country/western music from 6 to 8 p.m. on the Redondo Beach Pier as part of the Summer of Music series. This…

WWII Thriller “Anthropoid” Tells Gripping Story of Assassination Attempt

WWII Thriller “Anthropoid” Tells Gripping Story of Assassination Attempt

by Ryan Rojas/Cinemacy.com For those unfamiliar with the deeper points of world history, “Anthropoid” might sound like something alien and out of this world. In actuality, “Operation Anthropoid” was the code…

“Abortion: Stories Women Tell” – Thoughtfully and painfully [MOVIE REVIEW]

“Abortion: Stories Women Tell” – Thoughtfully and painfully [MOVIE REVIEW]

by Neely Swanson Produced by HBO, one of the high water marks of documentary filmmaking, “Abortion: Stories Women Tell” is thoughtfully and incisively directed by Tracy Droz Tragos. “Abortion: Stories…

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Paper route: Introduction to Business

Paper route: Introduction to Business

I’m not sure if all successful businessmen of my generation had paper routes as boys, but I bet many did. I learned more business skills as a paperboy than I did in two years at MBA School. …

Marriage, houses and true love

Zika

Hazel Street

Bar hopping’s glory days

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Bhumitra’s journey from Indian boarding school to Palos Verdes prominence

Bhumitra’s journey from Indian boarding school to Palos Verdes prominence

Arun Bhumitra opened his first cell phone store in 1987 on Hawthorne Boulevard in Torrance. Today the Palos Verdes resident and his brother Maxy, who lives in New York, own 200 cell phone stores with 800 employees in 18 states, plus a cell phone store in Brussels and a software company in Ireland.…

Rancho Palos Verdes resident offers treatment ‘beyond the grief’

Backhanded compliment

Spotlight on the Hill – Peninsula Committee Children’s Hospital 17th Annual Seahorse Classic

Spotlight on the Hill – Wellness and Wine 20th Annual Cancer Support Community’s fundraiser