Over 400 guests enjoyed a sit down dinner with all the fixin’s at the 33rd Annual Mama Liz Thanksgiving dinner. The dinner is organized by Easy Reader, Donna Dawick and her fellow Keller Williams Realtors, music director Jonathan Coleman
Inglewood native Dr. Dena Maloney was named the sixth Superintendent/President of the El Camino Community College District on Monday. She will assume the position when current president Tom Fallo retires next February. Fallo has been college’s president for 20 years. “Her experience and leadership will serve the district well during this time of transition,” said […]
His name was Joel Davenport. A familiar face at the Redondo Village shopping center, at the corner of Beryl Street and Prospect Avenue, he was known to everyone from the cashiers at Vons, to the owner of the dog grooming shop, to the regulars at the coffee shop. “Then he just disappeared one day, for […]
by Ryan McDonald Bryan Newman, for many years a fixture in the ocean off Hermosa Beach, passed away recently from a pulmonary embolism. He was 55. A memorial paddle out to honor Newman will be held this Saturday at 2 p.m. at 14th Street in Hermosa Beach, where he could be found on many mornings. […]
Letters to the Editor, November 26 edition: critiques of Redondo’s Waterfront project, mixed use, Haggen’s departure, oil in Hermosa….
Big thinking Dear ER: Anyone who believes the alarmist whackiness that an oil well represents a “kill zone” should leave Los Angeles pronto (“Oil’s slippery slope,” ER Letters Nov. 19, 2015). There are over 3,000 operating wells pumping over 15 million barrels a day all over LA. But then again the LaBrea Tar Pits is […]
by Ryan McDonald The newly elected and re-elected took their seats at the dias at Tuesday, but had little time to bask in the light of their accomplishment, as a downtown hotel project awaited the approval of the Hermosa Beach City Council. With council member Justin Massey recusing himself from discussion of the H20 Hermosa […]
Basketball: The Redondo Beach Elks Lodge will be holding its annual Hoop Shoot Saturday, Dec. 12 beginning at 8:30 a.m. at the Redondo Union High School small gym. Players ages 8-13 will shoot free throws for a chance to advance to the District Championships on Saturday, Jan. 10, 2016 at North Torrance High Schol. The […]
After trying for more than two decades to bring a Trader Joe’s to Hermosa Beach, Roger Bacon signed a lease this week with the market chain, popular with foodies.
A complaint brought against the Manhattan Beach Unified School District related to the firing of Mira Costa High School French teacher Tim Hirsh was settled on Nov. 18.
A Manhattan Beach Middle Schooler’s handplane business is taking off.
by David Mendez The Redondo Union High School Sea Hawk Marching Band and Dance Guard was named among California’s top high school marching band on Saturday in the Southern California Judging Association State Championship at Huntington Beach High School. Their victory draws one to wonder: Who leads the victory parade for a championship-winning marching band? […]
“Heyyyyyyy Turkey,” is a slogan known by generations of South Bay locals as the calling card of The Strand icon “Turkey John.” “Growing up in the South Bay, we’ve all had a memorable experience with Turkey John,” said Marisa Jane of the Daisies Collective. In the midst of the unstoppable forces of revitalization “Turkey John” […]
The city recently agreed to a $3 million settlement of a lawsuit brought by a woman who was hit in the eye by a disc golf disc in Polliwog Park three years ago.
by Randy Angel Hidden by bleachers, members of Redondo’s girls volleyball team stood in a circle in the corner of Falcon Gym on the campus of Cerritos College Saturday night discussing the events that had just unfolded. The Sea Hawks had lost the opportunity to become the school’s first girls volleyball team to win back-to-back […]
The downtown was bustling with real reindeer on Manhattan Avenue, the pier being lit at 7 p.m., and shop windows filled with dancers.