Malibu, California. May 27, 2014 – Celebrating the fiftieth anniversary of the seminal surfing documentary ‘THE ENDLESS SUMMER,’ Malibu Surfing Association (MSA) and Bruce Brown Films are proud to present a special ‘TES’ movie screening and art show at Malibu Market & Design (25001 PCH) this Saturday, May 31st. Proceeds from the evening event will benefit: the Malibu High School Surf Team, the California Wildlife Center, and MSA. Tickets are $20, $10 for students with ID.
Tomorrow Night, 3/26/14 Special showing of Surfer Magazine’s “The Cradle of Storms,” a surf flick featuring South Bay’s Alex Gray and others adventure in Alaska’s Aleutian Islands. Movie starts at 7pm at Redondo Union High’s theater. FREE ADMISSION
On November 20th, Body Glove’s big production “Live from the Moon,” was launched at the Hermosa Playhouse to a sell out crowd of enthusiastic surfers. Film star’s Jamie O’Brien, Alex Gray, Cheyne Magnusson, Anthony Walsh, and Ezekiel Lau signed autographs for eager fans in an event that attracted all ages. Gray, worked the mike and…Read More→
“Is Cheyne going to Air Reverse over the moon, is Jamie O’Brien going to post up by something on dubs, is Alex Gray going to bust into a freestyle” and other thoughts came to my mind before sliding in Body Gloves “Live from the Moon” into my PC. After winning the former Transword Surf Magazine’s…Read More→
The World Premiere of “Chasing Addictions,” the latest surf film from director David Parsa (“Absolute Mexico,” “Live: A Music and Surfing Experience”) and co- directors John DeTemple and Steve Guerrero will take place at the Saint Rocke in Hermosa Beach this Friday. The film features some of today’s hottest surf pros and best surf spots…Read More→
The legendary Mermaid restaurant and cocktail bar has been shuttered for three months pending a sale of the property, but Saturday night it will reopen. Property manager Diana Albergate closed the Mermaid July 30 with the expectation that the sale, which includes the next door businesses, would be finalized quickly. The real estate closing has been…Read More→
In search of Najah, the godmother of good beer, the beloved founder of Naja’s Place.
The resolution amending the municipal code also assigned occupancy capacities for all establishments with late-night Conditional Use Permits, or full liquor licenses. If an establishment remodels and wants to raise its occupancy capacity, the City Council now has the ability to deny any such CUP amendment request.
Studio had its official grand opening last Saturday in Shore’s old spot. Dress code is only there to weed out the criminals and riff raff. As with all new businesses any kinks are still getting worked out, so play along and play nice. Approved. Jose Cuervo Pro Beach Volleyball Series. “Pro beach volleyball comes to…Read More→
MBYP SummerFest 2012: 2nd Annual Beer and Music Festival hosted by Manhattan Beach Young Professionals. Because there’s nothing better than alcohol to grease the wheels of a networking event. You want future business associates to see the real you. Right away. Plus you can check out the Raleigh Studio’s New York lot. Probably get some…Read More→
Renovations all along Hermosa Avenue are in full swing. Not sure what’s up with Spiaggia 14, but looks like they are closed until, well, until they open again. Appears they are remodeling the inside is all. Moving south, we see Studio is near rip-roaring ready to go. Good work boys. In former spot of Buzz…Read More→
Escape the Bubble: Head to a Pheromone Party Yes, yes, and yes. It’s like that, but no. So what’s a pheromone party? Short answer: you sleep in a clean shirt for 3 nights in a row, bring it to a party in a bag, and let other people sniff it. Pretty much. Then you rummage…Read More→
Boardwalk Fries is opening up in spot of Mama D’s Hermosa Beach. Most food eateries are now open for lunch to feed our summer tourists. New summer menu at The Rockefeller includes chicken and waffles. Put that on my bucket list. Café Boogaloo serves an appetizing bowl of Seafood Corn Chowder. Looks like it would…Read More→
Hardcore Award: Hennessey’s HB was the only joint open during Sunday’s power outage. Even Mermaid, who stays open for Christmas and Thanksgiving, was closed! You know, ‘cause they need power for all those blender drinks. Way to have a generator, Hennessey’s! It has probably just paid for itself. Warehouse Wednesday at Twelve + Highland. Wine…Read More→
Story and photos by Anna Cox LA Jams – The Strand House LA jams was conceived in May 2012 by Levi Lupercio, a 16 year veteran bartender. Though Levi loves inventing new drinks, he tends to hand off the drink naming to others. This particular name comes from the Oprah-featured Laura Ann’s jam used in…Read More→