Manhattan Beach Mayor Mark Burton urges city and business community to seize the Silicon Beach opportunity with more hotels, ‘Ring of Iron” security.
Protect Commission from itself Dear ER: It often goes unrecognized, but it’s thanks to the California Coastal Commission that some of my favorite places in LA, such as Abalone Cove and Palos Verdes Cove are accessible for all Californians to enjoy. The recent move to oust Coastal Commission Executive Director Dr. Charles Lester is concerning […]
The German under-16 soccer team Borussia Monchengladbach watched Super Bowl 50 at Hennessey’s in Hermosa Beach.
El Camino College president Tom Fallo helped transform 50-year-old campus physically and academically during his 20-year tenure, according to college trustee Bill Beverly.
View a wide ranging selection of South Bay restaurants with links to their webs sites and to Easy Reader reviews.
Inventor Eddie Paul is leaving Smoky Hollow in El Segundo, after nearly five decades of building cars for Hollywood and sharks for the Discovery Channel and Cousteau, as well as inventing portable hang gliders, water pumps and a CD scanner.
Water treats Dear ER: Trent Larson’s letter arguing for a desalination plant in the South Bay makes reference to technology being the “golden goose” laying technological eggs for our future (“Water everywhere, to drink,” ER Letters Jan. 14, 2016). One sentence before invoking the technological goose, he shrugs off increased waste water recycling with a […]
The surf has been so good this month, thanks to El Nino, that it’s easy to forget how good it was last December, as shown in this video by Marty Tueling and Vince Ray.
Last week’s El Nino 2016 swell in Hermosa Beach looked as beautiful from the sky as it did from the water. Video and photos by Ryan Banas
Redondo Fun Factory arcade owner Steve Shoemaker believes the city wants to terminate his pier lease early to make way for a proposed waterfront development. City officials say they are prepared to wait for the lease to expire in 12 years.
Smoke cleared Dear ER: I would like to thank the Redondo Beach Fire Department. The other night, at 1:30 a.m., I woke up upstairs and smelled smoke. As I proceeded downstairs, the lower level was thick with smoke. I frantically ran around looking to see where the was coming from, to no avail. I went […]
by Ed Solt Merlyn “Sy” Symons arrived in the South Bay following his service in WWII in order to go to work for Douglas Aircraft in El Segundo. He spent the rest of his life immersed in the two cultures that would define the South Bay, aviation and surf culture. Symons died on December 28. […]
Photographer Peter McMahon offers a reminder from last December of days when Burnout is just a fun fast wave.
Photographer Gus McConnell caught up with Hammerland’s regular crew, including Tyler Hatikian, Matt Pagan and Tom Seth, plus young new challengers Noah Collins and “Chewy” Chernega when El Nino delivered it’s first swell to the South Bay on January 6.
Rolling Hills resident John Balk had stopped in at the King Harbor Marina office to get his dock key remagnetized Saturday morning when office coordinator Staci Gabrielli offered him her condolences.
“I’m so sorry about your boat,” she said. “What’s wrong with my boat?” Bald asked. “It sunk,” Gabrielli said.