Storm surf cleared the Redondo Beach Breakwall Saturday afternoon, injuring several people in the King Harbor Yacht Club parking lot, inside the harbor.
Over 2,000 women gathered at King Harbor in Redondo Beach to march
Redondo Beach mayoral and council candidates on the March 7 ballot and proponents and opponents of Measure C, which is also on the March 7 ballot, will participate in debates hosted by Easy Reader and the Beach Cities League of Women Voters.
by David Mendez In a heated election season, District 1 City Councilwoman Martha Barbee is trying very hard to keep the “civil” in “civil servant.” On the dais, Barbee speaks with a calm, measured tone. Her words are clear, and her demeanor is reminiscent of a parent attempting to explain a complex process to an […]
by David Mendez Lenora and Adnen Marouani’s storefront makes no attempt to hide its progressive leanings. The front window of The Souk, 1201 Manhattan Avenue, lays it out in black and white. “I refuse to let a misogynistic, narcissistic, xenophobic, homophobic, sexist, racist, racist, deceitful, reckless, egotistical, self-obsessed, inarticulate, insulting, unfit, bigoted megalomaniac represent my […]
by David Mendez In a three-person race for Redondo Beach’s District 1 City Council seat, Rolf Strutzenberg is fighting from an unenviable third position. Unlike his opponents, Martha Barbee and Nils Nehrenheim, he has neither the benefit of being a sitting council member nor a lead activist. As such, he’s a man without a country, […]