AES went behind closed doors with their own lawyers and developers to craft their own zoning for their 50-acre site, with no power plant at all.
Dive N’ Surfs women Dive team takes a two day trip to dive off Catalina Island.
Photos and story by Phil Garner As summer comes to a close a fever begins to rise in the blood of many scuba divers. Some who haven’t dived since last year are eagerly picking out their secret spot for for the biggest night in SoCal Scuba. Lobster Season. Beginning at 12:01 AM on the last […]
Drop Zone checks out Jin Kang’s ’83 Chevy C10 Silverado
A great white shark was spotted among surfers off the Hermosa Beach pier Sunday morning.
Get educated, take a tour Dear ER: I have been a Hermosa Beach resident since 1994, have two children who recently graduated from Hermosa Beach schools, served eight years on the PTO (two as President) and six on the HBEF. For the past four years I have been employed by HBCSD. If anyone thinks our […]
Over 100 friends and family members gathered Thursday night at the end of the Hermosa Beach pier to celebrate the life of Skylar Nelson, who passed away October 6. Nelson was would have been 23 on October 17. He died in his sleep, apparently from a seizure, for which he took medication.
The beach was decorated with posters and photo collages of Jay. Flowers adorned the side of the pier. Classic lowriders were laid out in the adjoining parking lot. Family, friends, and fans came out to the Venice Beach Pier on Labor Day weekend from all over the world to celebrate Jay’s life with a memorial paddle out and skate supper session.
Paddleout planned for champion surfer Frank Grannis, son of pioneer surf photographer Leroy Grannis.
by Robb Fulcher A parcel tax and a property tax increase are among the issues on tonight’s Hermosa Beach City Council agenda. The meeting will be devoted to issues related to E & B Natural Resource’s proposal to drill for oil in Hermosa’s tidelands. The tax measures to be discussed would go on the March […]
by Robb Fulcher The Portuguese Bend National Horse Show was given little chance of success when it was founded 57 years ago. This month, from September 5 to September 7, the prestigious competition and family fair will celebrate its 57th year. The horse show has become one of the peninsula’s iconic events, earning national recognition […]
The Palos Verdes Art Center will present the 5K for Alzheimer’s Fun Run and Walk on Saturday, September 6 at 8 a.m. The 3.1 mile course will start and finish at the Art Center. The run will coincide with an exhibit at the center titled, “Floating Man: The sketchbook Drawings of David Rinehart,” which opened […]
by Robb Fulcher The Norris Center for the Performing Arts is experiencing a growth spurt at age 32, with fresh community outreach efforts, bold additions to its state-of-the-art theater and pavilion, and a name change to Palos Verdes Performing Arts. The impetus for much of the center’s change came from a marketing survey headed by […]
At one point of the interview, I asked Wally if he had any memorabilia from his playing days? He then turned to his wife and said, “Martha, would you please bring me those bats.” Moments later, I was holding Wally’s old 36-inch, 38 ounce bat — and The Babe’s bat from 1935. I was in Baseball Heaven.
The year offered no rest for the weary. It began with the Tet Offensive followed by a massive walkout by East Los Angeles high school students. Then a sitting president decided not to seek reelection and MLK’s assassination. And just two days earlier Robert F. Kennedy was shot and killed just 20 miles away.