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Architect, builder chosen for Hermosa Beach school projects
 September 23, 2016  Ryan McDonald

Architect, builder chosen for Hermosa Beach school projects

by Ryan McDonald The Hermosa Beach City School District has selected the architect and construction management firms that will handle projects paid for by funds…

Night of Noir at Manhattan Beach Public Library
 September 23, 2016  Ryan McDonald

Night of Noir at Manhattan Beach Public Library

“The Maltese Falcon” was the latest selection of the Big Read event, a county-wide program that selects books for people to read and discuss at…

 September 23, 2016  Ryan McDonald

About Town in Hermosa Beach

Yoga conference Get your downward dog in gear as Hermosa Beach hosts the South Bay Yoga Conference this weekend. The conference will take place at…

Manhattan Beach skatepark set to open by year’s end
 September 23, 2016  Ryan McDonald

Manhattan Beach skatepark set to open by year’s end

by Ryan McDonald Overcoming concerns about going over budget, the Manhattan Beach City Council approved a contract for the construction of a “skate spot” in…

Hennessey’s at 40: How Paul Hennessey took a dingy pub and launched a thirsty empire
 September 22, 2016  Richard Foss

Hennessey’s at 40: How Paul Hennessey took a dingy pub and launched a thirsty empire

    by Richard Foss When I asked Paul Hennessey what set his bar apart from the rest of the eating and drinking establishments in…

 Randy Angel

Aviation pioneer celebrates her 95th birthday in Manhattan Beach

Aviation pioneer celebrates her 95th birthday in Manhattan Beach

By Randy Angel Written on Edna Davis’ birthday cake were the words 95 Years Young which was fitting because, although her body has slowed, her mind is a youthful as ever. Davis celebrated her 95th birthday at her Manhattan Beach home Sunday with dozens of friends and family. A popular topic of discussion among her […]

 David Mendez

E3 Vehicles splits the distance with electric carts

E3 Vehicles splits the distance with electric carts

by David Mendez Years ago, stay-at-home mom Amy Errett was at a crossroads. Gas prices were high, car payments were excessive and the trips she was taking weren’t worth having to pile into her family’s SUV. It wasn’t long before she began looking into buying a Neighborhood Electric Vehicle, a souped-up golf cart, to handle […]

 David Mendez

Redondo Beach to establish drone ordinance

Redondo Beach to establish drone ordinance

  by David Mendez Airborne drones were the topic of the night at the Sept. 20 meeting of the Redondo Beach City Council, as council, staff and the Redondo Beach Police Chief discussed privacy, city policy, and potential police uses for unmanned aircraft. At discussion’s end, the City Attorney’s office was directed to bring back […]

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