Riding out the latter part of a drug-related sentence, Hunter Beard, who now resides in Hermosa Beach, took to avidly writing and recording raps about his past and the feelings he had with being locked up for nearly seven years, starting at the age of 18.
After two decades abroad, Craig and Joyce Molitoris bring a fresh cultural perspective to the tight-knit community of Mt.
Yvonne Bogdanovich can still recall when she got the letter.
The Spanish word duende cannot be explicitly translated to any one English word.
Four or five small pieces of white paper litter the walls of Wilfred Sarr’s one-bedroom apartment in Santa Cruz.
It was another Friday evening in 1977.
Photos by Brad Jacobson (CivicCouch.com)
Every Tuesday, Thursday and Saturday night junior high and high school kids swarm the fly boxes, quarter pipes and seven-stair, and parallel ledges at a former Albertson’s supermarket in Hermosa Beach.
Playwright Erin Courtney, a Hermosa Beach native, started writing “A Map of Virtue” after reading a poem by Edmond Javes, an Egyptian Jew who was alive during the Holocaust and wrote about people witnessing horror and then how they find language to express it.
Pink roses sprinkled the the shore at 15th Street in Manhattan Beach this morning.
“Why are the dinner lights still on right now?”
It’s nearing 10:30 p.m.
When the Twin Towers were hit on that tranquil September morning in 2001, The Fixx’s frontman, Cy Curnin felt it was time to leave the States.
It came to her in a dream after a twist-of-fate visit to Sevilla.
by Alex Khatchadourian
In the early sixties, Brazil’s third largest state, Mato Grosso, boasted miles of lush wetland terrain, myriad of exotic birds, and a rich culture created by the state’s indigenous communities.