Veteran Hermosa Beach Ironman competitors Jeff Bellandi and Annie Seawright were the first to finish the challenging run-a-mile, paddle-a-mile, chug a six pack Hermosa Beach Fourth of July Ironman. This year’s event was thought to favor the older competitors because it at 8 a.m., well before many of the younger competitors were fully awake.
Surf photographer Mike Balzer pointed his lens at a different salty, beach liquid on the Fourth of July, in Hermosa Beach.
Freeze ‘em before the next meltdown Dear ER: I spent several hours watching the Manhattan Beach City Council debate the budget for the next fiscal year. Manhattan Beach residents deserve excellent services from the city staff, but at what cost? Just look at the compensation for the city manager and three of his key staff […]
Marie Diaz, the Hermosa Beach Woman of the year in 1992, who with her husband Joe co-founded the Hermosa Beach Sister City program, passed away last Thursday at age 96.
Hermosa Beach will become a beacon to the punk world, Leadership Hermosa boardmember Jani Lange predicted on the unveiling of artist Daniel Inez utility box tribute to Hermosa’s punk bands.
What started in 2002 as the Hermosa Beach Art Walk and is now known as the Hermosa Fine Arts Festival, has developed over the years into one of the most prestigous outdoor art shows in Southern California.
The South Bay Boardriders six-contest surf series ended with soft, clean, two- to three-foot surf at 45th Street in Manhattan Beach on Saturday, June 4. The contest, sponsored by Spyder Surf, established the top point getters for the series.