Judy Rae

Letters to the Editor 3-23-17

Peak stupidity Dear ER: The Hermosa Beach initiative toward achieving the moniker of carbon neutrality is neither cost effective and nor will it lower carbon emissions The City’s staff report reveals some glaring inaccuracies. Recognize that the majority of renewable power is solar, which is generated when the sun shines. Perhaps in the 2030s, battery […]

 Judy Rae

South Bay Community Calendar 3-23-2017

Thursday, March 23 Skate girl Cindy Whitehead, Skateboarding Hall of Fame inductee and author of It’s Not About Pretty comes to {pages} bookstore. It’s Not About Pretty showcases the female empowerment skateboarding brings to girls and women, alike. The book reminds us that girls are not just pretty faces. These girls are RAD. Author Cindy […]

 Judy Rae

On Local Government: Reunite Redondo

On Local Government: Reunite Redondo

BY BOB PINZLER It is 1998. An idea gets presented to the City Manager of Redondo Beach. Why not try to resurrect the lost downtown of Redondo Beach? Why not try to create a “civic space” which could unite a city in which the “bottleneck” that connects the north to the south could become less […]

 Judy Rae

Letters to the Editor 3-16-17

School on a slippery slope Dear ER: Even though our kids go to American Martyrs School, we support Hermosa schools and all things Hermosa. I’m coaching both my kids teams in Hermosa Beach Little League and our family is involved in other Hermosa Beach sports. We are attending the Hearts of Hermosa annual event, as […]

 Judy Rae

South Bay Community Calendar 3-16-17

Thursday, March 16 Film Fest To create a cinematic bridge between the people of the world, the 14th Annual LA Harbor International Film Festival takes place through March 19. Program A – 10:30 a.m. “Read the Book, See the Movie (Doors open 10 a.m.) Featuring The Jungle Books by Rudyard Kipling and the film The […]

 Judy Rae

Letters to the Editor 3-9-2017

Carbon neutral a plus Dear ER: The Hermosa Beach Carbon Neutral initiative will make it easier and less expensive to make the choices that enhance our lives, our local economy and our health (“Carbon neutrality goal comes under fire,” ER Mar. 2, 2017). The alternative is polluting fuels that give someone else the wealth while […]

 Judy Rae

South Bay Community Calendar 3-9-2017

Friday, March 10 Survivorship Cancer Support Community Redondo Beach (CSCRB) host Donald Abrams, MD, expert in integrative oncology. Abrams will discuss lifestyle interventions and integrative oncology to support cancer survivors through active treatment, help ensure durable remissions and long term survivorship. 1 – 2:30 p.m. 109 West Torrance Blvd., Redondo Beach. Advance registration required. Call […]

 Judy Rae

Far West Chateau

Far West Chateau

Sixteen years ago, The Bruni family first set their sights on an unfinished French chateau

 Judy Rae

Sandbox 3-2-2017

Sandbox Yes on C stops Mall by the Sea by Martin Holmes President, Rescue Our Waterfront The City of Redondo Beach is giving away our harbor for 99 years to build a risky, $400 million mall. If it succeeds, residents lose because traffic doubles adding 12,550 cars trips per day. If it fails, the City […]

 Judy Rae

South Bay Community Calendar 3-2-2017

  Thursday, March 2 When there’s a will Healthcare and Elder Law Programs Corporation (H.E.L.P.) presents a series of workshops on elder care, Wills, Trusts & Probate. 10:30 a.m. – noon. 2nd floor meeting room, Redondo Beach Main Library, 303 N. Pacific Coast Highway. Free, no sign-up required. (310) 533-1996 or visit help4srs.org. May I […]

 Judy Rae

Letters to the Editor 3-2-2017

H for the Homeless Dear ER: I write to ask for support for Measure H in our March election. Homelessness is a major problem today in our area. Every day when I walk around Hermosa Beach and our neighboring towns, I see more and more homeless people occupying bus stop benches, doorways and other public […]

 Judy Rae

Sandbox: Time to settle Redondo Beach’s 30-year old debate [OPINION]

Sandbox: Time to settle Redondo Beach’s 30-year old debate [OPINION]

by Steven Diels Redondo Beach City Treasurer, former City Councilmember Let’s face the facts. The Redondo Beach Waterfront has become a major safety hazard and has long lost its allure. Residents knew this long before our City Council began moving toward waterfront revitalization nearly a decade ago. “We’ve got a mess,” agrees Councilmember Bill Brand. […]

 Judy Rae

Letters to the Editor 2-23-2017

Carbon copy Dear ER: For those who love political theater, pay attention to the upcoming self-destruction of the Hermosa Beach City Council. No political party stays in power too long. Why? Power goes to their heads and they keep pushing their personal agendas and become deaf to the “regular people.” You just saw it on […]

 Judy Rae

South Bay Community Calendar 2-23-2017

Thursday, February 23 Tell me a story Palos Verdes Historical Society presents Sweets, Secrets, and Wine, stories from the Artifact Collection. 7:30 – 9 p.m. Pt. Vicente Interpretive Center, 31501 Palos Verdes Dr. West, Rancho Palos Verdes. Doors open at 7:15 p.m. Seating Limited. RSVP by calling (310) 373-6018 or membership@PalosVerdesHistoricalSociety.org. Friday, February 24 State […]

 Judy Rae

Letters to the Editor 2-16-17

Pier perspective Dear ER: My compliments to Richard Foss for his talk on the history of dining in Hermosa Beach at the Hermosa Beach Historical Society’s Happy Hour with History last week. It was a trip down memory lane, but I guess that’s what the Historical Society is all about. Bill’s Tacos saved me when […]

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