The heart of the King Harbor waterfront, CenterCal President Jean Paul Wardy said, will be a public market, similar to San Francisco’s Ferry Building and Seattle’s Pike Place Market. It will include produce stands, butchers, a cheese shop and small retailers as well as “legacy” tenants.
A 3-2 majority of Redondo Beach’s City Council voted for city staff to write a resolution that would put a temporary halt on building new mixed-use projects throughout the city. But that proposal itself may prove to be a futile, symbolic gesture if a fourth council member isn’t swayed to approve it when it […]
It takes about 27 seconds, four fluid motions, and a few swings of a blunt object, for Jose Castanada to prepare a freshly-boiled lobster for the plate. One cut, lengthwise, down the lobster’s tail; a twist, separating the tail from the torso; a yank, removing both claws at once; and a pull, separating the top […]
After days struggling to keep a lid on a pending announcement, Alta Vista Elementary School Principal Susan Wildes shared excellent news with her school’s staff in a surprise meeting in a darkened library after school Tuesday afternoon: Alta Vista has been named a National Blue Ribbon School for its Exemplary High Performance. Alta Vista is […]
Emily Espinosa, the Redondo Beach teen who has been missing for more than two months, has made contact with her family, the Redondo Beach Police Department said. According to a release sent out on Tuesday morning, Espinosa sent a letter to her family over the weekend of Sept. 26, telling them that she is “alive and […]
The travel industry finally discovers the long overlooked Redondo Beach, Hermosa Beach, Manhattan Beach visitors market. New, beachfront boutique hotels are planned for all three beach cities.
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Ten years ago, 1976 Olympic decathlon gold medalist Bruce Jenner, known today as Caitlyn, was the keynote speaker at the 50th anniversary celebration of the Beach Cities Health District.
That bit of history wasn’t in the history of the health district prepared for its 60th anniversary celebration Saturday morning at the Redondo Crowne Plaza.
Talal Majdali was crouched down by a railing, staring at the ground in front of him. His hands (and shirt, and pants, and shoes) were already stained by the dust of soft pastels he brought with him to the Redondo Pier, and they were about to add another shade. Working deliberately, he smudged the hard […]
Tom Lusk was enjoying a drink with friends and family Saturday, September 5, around 1:30 p.m. at the crow’s nest atop Tony’s on the Pier when he saw a man jump off the pier. “He looked like he was dragging a kite,” Lusk said. When Lusk saw the man turn face down in the […]
One member of Redondo Beach’s City Council will have to recuse himself from a key development along the city’s Waterfront — and if a troubled project’s developer has his way, another would do the same in another upcoming development skirmish. District 1 councilman Jeff Ginsburg has been advised by California’s Fair Political Practices Commission […]
The Redondo Beach City Council is demanding answers from AES in the wake of a natural gas release that caused a flood of calls, texts and emails from citizens in both Hermosa and Redondo Beach late last week. According to staff reports, the Redondo Beach dispatch center began to light up with calls from citizens […]
by David Mendez Most members of the public in attendance at last night’s Redondo Beach Planning Commission meeting walked in expecting to witness a death sentence. Instead, many considered themselves blindsided by a stay of execution offered to the Legado Redondo project. Rather than an expected up-down vote on the mixed-use plan, the seven-member panel […]
Ed Nelson’s fellow lifeguards, fellow members of the South Bay Wheelmen and fellow Los Angeles Peninsula Swimmers held an early morning “Weed Wackers” bike ride ride and then swam and paddled out at Torrance Beach for a scattering of his ashes in the sea.
A woman shot in a domestic violence situation in North Redondo Beach died early Thursday as a result of her injuries. Around 3:25 a.m., Paige Chiarello, 20, was pronounced dead at a local hospital, due to injuries suffered from a single gunshot wound to the head. Police arrested Roy Rodriguez Jr., Chiarello’s 22-year-old boyfriend, at […]