Manhattan Beach Middle School’s Maggie Mabery still teaches science by blowing things up, creating stinks and dissecting dead animals. But she also uses technology to help kids teach themselves. Read more »
Police have confirmed the identities of the three victims and the name of the driver alleged to have been under the influence when she drove into pedestrians in Redondo Beach Wednesday night. Read more »
Noodles are a symbol of longevity and good fortune. In China, where they were making noodles as early as 3000 B.C., noodles are a mainstay of the New Year celebration. Here in the states, December 11 is... Read more »
Last Thursday afternoon, just one hour before the deadline, Raymond Dussault filed a Writ of Mandate lawsuit against Hermosa Beach city clerk Elaine Doerfling and five members of the anti-oil coalition contesting the language of the argument against Measure O appearing on the March 3 ballot. Measure O would permit oil and gas drilling in the City of Hermosa Beach. Read more »
Bickering, bantering, barrels, and battling added to the drama on the south side of the Hermosa pier Sunday morning when the Mira Costa and Redondo Union alumni surf teams met in four to six foot surf and the occasional overhead set. The shape was on the walled side with the occasional spitting barrel. Read more »
The South Bay Surf League contest action resumed last Thursday having been rained out the previous week. With a giant storm system dubbed “The Pineapple Express,” in the forecast for the following Friday, League Director Dickie O’Reilly made the call to not postponed the event despite giant surf Read more »
Mary Davis and Chester Powelson, each influential Redondoans throughout the last half of the last century, died recently, within a week of one another.
The two occupied opposite ends of both the political and social spectrum. Davis owned the Portofino Marina in King Harbor for nearly three decades and was a forceful advocate of business interests. Powelson worked in the harbor for three decades as a city laborer and was an outspoken political watchdog. Read more »