By Randy Angel Riding on the heels of the World Baseball Classic, Beach City Baseball Academy will be hosting its own international competition Saturday and Sunday April 1-2 at fields in El Segundo and Manhattan Beach. Eighteen players from Japan’s Team Kitasuna and 12 from the German National Team will have the opportunity to experience […]
El Segundo’s Candy Cane Lane, an annual display of holiday lights and community tradition. Candy Cane Lane consist of 26 houses on the 1200 block of East Acacia Avenue who come together to provide children of all ages a wonderful place to enjoy the holidays. This holiday tradition started in 1949. It is open to […]
The annual El Segundo Education Foundation Gala attracted more than 750 people and raised a new Ed! Gala record of $210,000.
by Mark McDermott El Segundo will have a vastly new City Council after three new councilmembers were elected Tuesday night and both incumbents on the ballot suffered defeat. But both incumbents, Marie Fellhauer and Dave Atkinson, took solace in the fact that a ballot measure each helped put in motion in order to address sagging […]
by Mark McDermott Near the end of an El Segundo City Council candidate forum hosted by the League of Women Voters Monday night, one of the candidates made a remark unusual in the rough and tumble that so frequently dominates American political discourse. Don Brann said that voters have a tough choice because the […]
Driven to the sea features short clips taken from across the South Bay which represents the oceans influence over us. This was filmed in Manhattan Beach, Hermosa Beach, Redondo Beach and El Segundo by Brad Jacobson of Civic Couch productions.
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.
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.
The Big Picture ESMoA features the artist portraits of photographer Jim McHugh by Bondo Wyszpolski It’s a big job, massive in fact and never ending, but someone’s got to do it. Someone’s got to photograph the visual artists who have made Los Angeles a tier one contender for Art Capital of the World, and right […]
Produced by Brad Jacobson of Civic Couch Written by Mark McDermott The Point in El Segundo is about creating experiences. In the age of Amazon, shoppers don’t need to leave their homes. Therefore, when they do, the experience needs to be about more than a purchase. But The Point, which is less than a […]
Chef Anne Conness built Sausal around a Spanish California cookbook written in 1898. The result is a spectacular dining experience in which a native cuisine is combined with farm-to-table ingredients and brought vividly to life. by Richard Foss When a chef wants to add some energy and sophistication to a cuisine, a natural tendency is […]
by Mark McDermott For the second time in less than a decade, El Segundo has been named the “Most Business Friendly City” among the 88 cities of Los Angeles County. The award, presented by the Los Angeles County Economic Development Corporation, recognized the city’s “tradition of excellence….taking a hands-on and active approach when partnering with […]
Children of active duty military personnel throughout the state will have an easier time transferring to public school districts outside of where they live as a result of a new law with roots in the South Bay.