Jackie Greene comes to Sainte Rocke.
The arguments for and against oil drilling in Hermosa Beach are about many things, including money, health, and the community’s sense of identity. But the success or failure of Measure O hinges perhaps most fundamentally on its real or perceived environmental risks.
Residents of the city-owned senior housing facility Park Vista stormed City Hall Tuesday night, imploring the City Council to forgo rent increases approved by the board that oversees the facility. But more than seeking to forestall the rent increases — which included a 2 percent hike for residents already living at Park Vista and up […]
Chez Melange, the celebrated Redondo Beach restaurant, was raided last Thursday by officers from the California State Highway Patrol in connection with an investigation of possible tax fraud being conducted by the California State Board of Equalization.
Slide rule Dear ER: E&B projects 35.6 Million barrels of Oil can be recovered in Hermosa Beach. The City’s Cost Benefit Analysis (CBA) used an Oil Price of $95 per barrel. The total value of E & B’s oil volume claim was $3.4 billion dollars. Union 76 posted on January 1 that our local oil […]
Whale watching The whales have begun passing through the South Bay. The Voyager out of King Harbor offers daily whale watching excursions through April. For reservations or trip times visit voyagerexcursions.com or call (310)944-1219. 233 North Harbor Dr., Redondo Beach Tuesday, January 20 Manhattan Beach Farmers Market Fresh and organic, locally grown fruits, […]
The Manhattan Beach Fire Department has issued a statement regarding the death of a swimmer at the LA County Lifeguards annual training certification at Mira Costa High School this morning: At approximately 7:00 a.m. this morning at Mira Costa High School, LA County Lifeguards were using the pool for annual certification of their personnel. An […]
Early in the panel discussion about the future of El Segundo hosted in the still-under-construction elevon Campus El Segundo last week, City Manager Greg Carpenter stood before a large overhead map of the city’s 4.5 square miles and gave a guided tour of the city’s new development. It was an extensive tour, one that included […]
A local man saved a raccoon following the big storm on Friday.
Manhattan Beach Middle School science teacher Maggie Mabery was identified by the state’s Department of Education as Teacher of the Year.
Nine months after approving the replacement of its decidedly low-tech municipal driving range at The Lakes in El Segundo with a $23 million high-tech TopGolf facility, the El Segundo City Council last month tabled the deal and moved to have an independent study completed in order to reconsider the financial impact of the proposal. The […]
One by one they arrive in flip-flop-clad feet, wearing loose shirts and carrying yoga mats under their arms. Some are older and graying and possess the creaky backs and various bumps and dents that with time accrue on a human body. Others are middle aged, still mildly athletic, but with a slight hitch in their […]
El Segundo is reexamining its deal to convert the driving range at The Lakes into a high-tech TopGolf range and lounge.
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Down south the blues tend to come most naturally. Jonny Perdue grew up in Dallas, Texas, in the shadow of such rollicking giants as Stevie Ray Vaughan, T-Bone Walker, and Blind Willie Johnson. When other kids around the country were listening to the zippity-do-dah of Green Day and Blink 182, he was up late getting […]