Weekday afternoon traffic on Prospect Avenue. Though figures can vary by day, Prospect serves between 7,600 and 18,200 vehicles daily. Photo by David Mendez by David Mendez Long considered one of the city’s main arterial roadways, residents and city staff are taking a tighter look at Prospect Avenue with the aim of making the street […]
Beach brew Meeting of the Guild at Naja’s Place by Ed Solt Photos by Brad Jacobson Though commonly known as the “Battle of the Guild,” the Meeting of the Guild is the climax of LA Beer Week, a week long celebration of local craft beer. #LABW8 is put on by the Los Angeles Brewers Guild. […]
About Town Second Sunday Sweeps Keep the Esplanade Beautiful will gather for its Second Sunday Sweeps meet-up and clean-up on Sunday, Sept. 11, beginning at 9 a.m. in front of Sacks on the Beach, 1611 S. Catalina Ave. Second Sunday Sweeps is a community clean-up event with the aim of removing the trash that accumulates […]
by David Mendez Outgoing City Councilman Bill Brand has declared his candidacy for Mayor of Redondo Beach, challenging incumbent mayor and frequent policy opponent Steve Aspel. In the process, Brand announced that he will also recuse himself from voting on an appeal of the CenterCal waterfront redevelopment project when it comes before the Redondo Beach […]
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.
by David Mendez Artesia Boulevard may fall by the wayside in Redondo Beach as the city attempts to reclaim a piece of its own history. The Redondo Beach City Council Tuesday night moved forward in its attempts to revive the Redondo Beach Boulevard name for, at most, a 2.2 mile stretch of Artesia Boulevard, reclaiming […]