Providence Little Company of Mary dedication of the Rosalind F. and Michael N. Halikis Reception Room
Providence Little Company of Mary The Providence Little Company of Mary Foundation honored Rosalind F. Halikis on Feb. 9th with the dedication of the Rosalind F. and Michael N. Halikis Reception Room in the Women & Children’s Health Unit at Providence Little Company of Mary Medical Center Torrance. Rosalind’s one million dollar anchor gift catalyzed…Read More→
Pediatric Therapy Network celebrated its 5th annual Mardi Gras evening at the Miyako Hotel in Torrance.
A mid-career survey of ceramic work by Keiko Fukazawa opens tonight at El Camino College Keiko Fukazawa must be having loads of fun. Her whimsical ceramic creations often make us smile but at the same time they are elegant and thought-provoking. Christopher Knight of the L.A. Times recently devoted lots of ink to her exhibition…Read More→
Georgette Gantner brings live music to a local picture gallery Last month the Torrance Art Museum tried something a little different. In the main gallery, surrounded by four walls of art, a small jazz combo performed. It was a soft opening, you might say, and the turnout was modest, but the event heralded a new,…Read More→
El Camino College president Tom Fallo helped transform 50-year-old campus physically and academically during his 20-year tenure, according to college trustee Bill Beverly.
The 20th Annual Halloween Ball benefiting the Children of Pediatric Therapy Network
by Ryan McDonald Pacific Boardworks has only been open for three months, but the Torrance company has already has a well-developed sense of purpose. “Quality control, that’s pretty much our job,”said Brandon Gutierrez. “We want to glass it without making a hard edge round, or a round edge hard,” Pacific Boardworks pairs co-founders Gutierrez and…Read More→
“As a former military man, I know that to defeat the enemy, we need to know the enemy. And they are not Syrian refugees fleeing from the real enemy.” — Congressman Ted Lieu in his State of the Region talk to the Torrance Chamber
South Torrance High School drummer Nicholas Ezpelata, the school’s band snare captain, has been chosen to perform in the 127th Rose Parade in Pasadena on New Year’s Day.
The black smoke billowing across the South Bay skies Saturday morning is from a fire at the West Rock recycling center, near Torrance and Normandie boulevards
Inglewood native Dr. Dena Maloney was named the sixth Superintendent/President of the El Camino Community College District on Monday. She will assume the position when current president Tom Fallo retires next February. Fallo has been college’s president for 20 years. “Her experience and leadership will serve the district well during this time of transition,” said…Read More→
29th Annual Gourmet Food & Wine Festival will help pave the way for non-profit Torrance Memorial Medical Center’s
Children’s Burn Foundation brings teen burn survivor from Cameroon for treatment at Torrance Memorial
by Colleen Farrell/ Torrance Memorial Medical Center Jespa Awomah, 16, is experiencing many firsts this month—first time on a plane, first time watching TV and first time using a cell phone or computer. But the biggest firsts he is hoping for is the first use of his right arm and the ability to close his…Read More→
Del Amo Fashion Center celebrates a $200 million remodel Friday morning, including a new 140,000 square foot Nordstrom.
With Nordstrom setting the tone, Del Amo Fashion Center aims to restore its upscale reputation with a grand opening. The opening of the new 400,000 square foot mall, including Nordstrom and a “luxury” court is Friday, October 9.