The story of the Young Dubliners begins in the late 1980s when frontman and Irish native Keith Roberts packed his bags and flew stateside to pursue journalism.
After resigning from her post on the Hermosa Beach City Council to pursue a congressional campaign, Nanette Barragan is staying on the dais for another month.
The Hermosa Beach City Council on Tuesday identified community policing, downtown revitalization and the 8th Street sidewalk as among the highest priorities for the city in the next six to nine months. Tuesday’s meeting followed up on the council’s June 6 strategic plan workshop in which the council identified 25 action items to further the […]
Longtime dwellers of a small apartment complex by the beach make way for new boutique hotel, Strand & Pier, slated to open next year As a kid growing in Hermosa Beach, Jeanne English and her siblings frequently visited the old downtown movie theater off of Hermosa Avenue. In the summer, the free movie screenings […]
Early Thursday morning, Hermosa Beach police responded to a commercial burglary at CVS Pharmacy, where some $2,500 worth of cosmetic products were stolen.
A few weeks ago, Hermosa Beach residents Max Albert and Isabella Dente were hanging out at the famous Cloud Gate at Millennium Park in Chicago when something serendipitous happened.
If there’s one thing that Arizona-native rock band Roger Clyne & the Peacemakers appreciate, it’s a good party. RCPM was formed in 1999 following the breakup of Clyne’s and drummer Paul “PH” Naffah’s former alternative rock band The Refreshments, which gained acclaim in the ‘90s, particularly for their radio hit “Banditos.” The band also penned […]
A midnight home invasion and burglary Friday in north Hermosa Beach is the latest in the string of home burglaries on The Strand this past week.
As the race heats up for the two open seats on the Hermosa Beach City Council, two-term incumbent Councilmember Michael DiVirgilio announced Thursday he will not be seeking re-election.
Back in 1992, it started as a “fun side thing” at Venice Bistro, a small bar on the Venice Beach boardwalk, to bring in some extra cash. They called themselves the Pine Mountain Logs–or “The Logs”—and the band simply caught fire. The band moved their residency to Harry O’s Bar in El Segundo, which has […]
by Esther Kang Hermosa Beach’s police chief, city council and city manager came under fire at the Tuesday night’s council meeting for what some members of the public described as poor, non-transparent handling of the March 3 incident involving anti-oil activist Chris Miller and several police officers. The public comments from eight community members came […]
A memorial service and open house will be held in celebration of Dr. Robert Grossman’s life at 101 Lyndon St. in Hermosa Beach this Sunday from 4 to 7 p.m.
Switzer Learning Center will celebrate its 50th anniversary with a Boots Buckles and BBQ party at the Empty Saddle Club in Rolling Hills Estates on Saturday, July 18.
South Bay boasts some of the biggest, longest-running outdoor summer concerts in the county. Redondo Beach is hosting its beachside series every Thursday and Saturday from July 2 to Sep. 5 at the end of its historic pier. Beach Boys tribute band Woodie & the Longboards will kick off the series, which is hosted by […]
You can count on South Bay’s premiere venues to provide a colorful array of musical acts this summer, spanning across genres and spotlighting both local and national talent. On May 16, The Lighthouse is hosting Costapalooza, a fundraiser featuring five bands whose members are Mira Costa alumni. The lineup includes alternative-indie-rock band Latch Key Kid […]