Norma and Philip Barretta, acclaimed psychotherapists living in Rolling Hills Estates, tirelessly pass on their wisdom This past September, 86-year-old Philip Barretta accidentally put on a show at the UCLA Medical Center. He was there for a standard hernia repair, but due to a heart condition, he turned down the general anesthetic that typically accompanies […]
The three-storied Strand house in Manhattan Beach — built by homeowner Bob Salim, a successful developer — will host FOLA’s annual fundraiser
In a 94-page powerpoint presentation, the panel—comprised of developers, architects, land economists and urban planners from across the country—expounded on retail trends, urban design concepts, transportation and parking strategies as well as implementation strategies and progressive governance.
Nearly 100 community members, city staff and officials filled the Joslyn Center to share their views about downtown with the eight panelists from the D.C.-based nonprofit.
Dr. Rev. Sunny Kang was just 21 years old — a college junior in Wisconsin — when he accidentally founded his first church.
As unmanned aerial vehicles gain prevalence in the skies, South Bay residents and officials — like everyone else — must deal with unprecedented issues of privacy and safety.
The city’s temporary fishing ban was lifted Tuesday, but no new regulations are in place.
Clint Clausen, remembered for his vivacious laugh and outgoing personality, owned Four Daughters’ Kitchen with his wife Kori, a yoga teacher.
The Manhattan Beach City Council has imposed a one-year moratorium prohibiting any conversion of existing uses in businesses as the city grapples with establishing a long-term vision for its downtown commercial district. Under the interim zoning ordinance, downtown retailers, restaurants, offices and banks may not convert to another type of business until next July when […]
About 215 class members, hailing from 19 states, attended the casual beach soiree at Seaside Lagoon in Redondo Beach.
At its Tuesday meeting, the council was posed with a question: does the city want to create a general downtown plan or choose a significantly pricier specific downtown plan?
Early this year, 9-year-old Emma Cobb saw a television commercial that sprung her to action.
From his living room today, Donald Ruetz can gaze down at the Flamingo Bay, which on a clear Saturday morning in July 2005 engulfed his family and friends.
Manhattan Beach to lift temporary fishing ban at pier early, prohibit snag fishing, heavy fishing lines
Amid warnings from state agencies that a city lacks the authority to regulate fishing on its pier, Manhattan Beach adopted a new set of fishing regulations Tuesday that will limit the use of certain gears when the ban on pier fishing lifts in two weeks.
Manhattan Beach officials look to find a balance between mom-and-pop shops and the chain retailers, banks and offices that are moving in