The Chamber Orchestra of South Bay held their final concert of the 2015-16 concert season on April 9 at the Palos Verdes Performing Art Center.
“The Nature Connects Exhibit” at the South Coast Botanic Garden through May 8
Girl Day Is a national initiative from DiscoverE. Raytheon is a supporter of the Boys & Girls Clubs.
Palos Verdes Ballet proudly presented the 36th anniversary spring production of “Les Ballets Classiques.”
Marymount California University announced the appointment of Lucas Lamadrid, Ph.D.
Panhellenic Alumnae South Bay Association (PASBA) held its 49th annual Scholarship Luncheon
Cornerstone Booster Club hosted its 19th annual Monte Carlo Night
by Ryan McDonald A lawsuit filed in federal court last week accuses the “Bay Boys,” a group of local surfers who allegedly keep outsiders away from Lunada Bay, of operating as a criminal street gang, and claims that local authorities have permitted intimidation and harassment of beachgoers for years. Plaintiffs Corey Spencer, an El Segundo…Read More→
Palos Verdes High School 9th Annual Project Runway Fashion Show Palos Verdes High School’s Project Runway Fashion Club held their 9th Annual Fashion Show February 9th and 10th. Over 700 guests attended the Pretty in Pink themed 2 day event. The fashion show included collections from several South Bay boutiques including BLVD, LF, BKB, Marea,…Read More→
14th Annual “Walk for Life” to support cancer patients on Wednesday, February 24, at Palos Verdes Peninsula High School.
LAS NIÑAS DE LAS MADRECITAS 2016 SENIOR CLASS HONORED AT EVERGREEN BALL Las Madrecitas, an auxiliary of the Charitable Children’s Guild of the Orthopædic Institute for Children (OIC), held its 50th annual Evergreen Ball in the Grand Ballroom of the Beverly Wilshire Hotel on Saturday, January 2, 2016. The event recognized the Las Niñas 2016…Read More→
Ann Buxton opened her home to 60 members of The Circle, a major support group of the Palos Verdes Art Center.
How Terranea’s executive chef quietly transformed the resort’s farm-to-table approach to food and in so doing found his own roots
by David Mendez Three years ago this month, Andy Weir’s debut novel, “The Martian” was purchased by Crown Publishing. That deal turned him from a self-published author whose collection of work included speculative sci-fi and fan-fiction to, eventually, one of the hottest writers in the world — one whose work was adapted into a film…Read More→