An intimate, gourmet dinner for 10 was held September 18 at the Palos Verdes home
The Providence Celebration Gala, benefiting the Torrance and San Pedro Providence Little Company of Mary Medical Centers, celebrated its 40th
The Palos Verdes Performing Arts Center’s Encore Circle support group celebrated the opening of the 34th season
Knabe was presented with the Palos Verdes Citizen of the Year award
By Randy Angel Navigating a course 2,500 miles from home, Palos Verdes cross country runner Caitlin Stoner was beginning to doubt she could withstand the pace at the Iolani Invitational meet in Hawaii. But a familiar voice provided the impetus for the senior to persevere. The voice was that of paddleboard legend Jamie Mitchell, a […]
Spotlight on the hill Great Gatsby Ball H.E.L.P. Celebrates 20th Anniversary Healthcare & Elder Law Programs Corp. (H.E.L.P.), a South Bay non-profit education and counseling center for seniors and their families, celebrated its 20th Anniversary at the Palos Verdes Golf Club with a Roaring 20’s Great Gatsby Ball. Honorees were Sharon Ryan, Sharon Guthrie, and […]
Nearly 100 golfers participated in Vistas for Children’s annual golf tournament at the Palos Verdes Golf Club. The tournament raised $32,000, which will benefit South Bay children’s charities.
Spotlight on the hill – Libertarian candidate Johnson meets with South Bay supporters Kerry Welsh knew he’d found a presidential candidate he could support when Libertarian Party presidential candidate Gary Johnson stayed at the Rancho Palos Verdes home of Welsh and his wife Helen. Despite RPV’s steep hills, the candidate wanted to go on a bike […]
This past February, Dena Maloney was named the sixth president in El Camino college’s six decade history and its first female president. Maloney keeps a copy of the 1947 Warrior yearbook in her office for reasons other than the obvious fondness for her father, a member of the College’s inaugural class. The yearbook is a reminder of El Camino’s future.