“I’m here for one reason. To work as hard as we can to resolve our outstanding issues and finalize this ballot measure tonight,” E & B president Steve Layton told the Hermosa Beach city council at the start of their Tuesday night meeting. Four hours later, the council meeting ended without the ballot language having been discussed. Read more »
“The best rockumentary I’ve ever seen,” is how Pennywise’s Fletcher Dragge described “FILMAGE: The Story of Descendents/ALL.” The documetary about the seminal South Bay punk band is being presented by
M1SK (Made In Southern Kalifornia) and Gold Country Productions on Friday, November 7 at the Hermosa Beach Community Center. Read more »
Governor Jerry Brown urged independents to return Assemblyman Al Muratsuchi to Sacramento because “Republican’s see more clearly when they are in the minority.” The governor visited the South Bay on Tuesday to urge support for fellow Democratic Party candidates. Read more »
The South Bay Surf League started the 2014-2015 season Saturday with the Kick-Off Classic Contest, featuring nine local high schools’ top surfers, three to five foot breakers, and the beach at 26th Street in Manhattan Beach clustered with canopies and banners festooned with school colors and insignias. Read more »
The South Bay was hit with its first real swell of the 2014-2015 season on Wednesday, October 22nd. There are not sandbars yet so most of the waves were walled and closed out. Fingers crossed that enough sand moved for the next swell. Surfers include: Greg Browning, Dane Zaun,Will Reid, Chris Wells, Noah Collins, Rich Silva, Andy Prunauer and others. Read more »
Hermosa Beach has 1,429 students at its two schools. Over one-third of the students, 504, are in temporary classrooms. Proponents and opponents of the $54 million Measure Q school bond agree the overcrowding is unacceptable, but disagree on the solution. Read more »
The Skechers’ Pier-to-Pier Friendship Walk on Sunday, October 26, appeared to be the the best attended since the fundraiser's inception in 2009. Former Dodger Manager Tommy Lasorda and fitness queen Brooke Burke-Charvet rallied the walkers. Read more »
As the campaign season winds into its final weeks, Sandra Fluke and Ben Allen are vying for Ted Lieu’s State Senate seat in a District 26 that has attracted big money and national attention. Read more »
The Redondo Beach City Council Tuesday night approved a contract extension with developer CenterCal to August 2016 to accommodate expansion in the scope of the Environmental Impact Report process for the developer’s proposed Waterfront project.
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Ice hockey defenseman Viatcheslav “Slava” Voynov has been suspended indefinitely from the Los Angeles Kings, pending a National Hockey League investigation, after he was arrested early Monday morning on charges of domestic violence.
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