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9:00 am Native Plant Nursery Volunteer Days
Native Plant Nursery Volunteer Days
Jul 24 @ 9:00 am
Native Plant Nursery Volunteer Days
Native Plant Nursery Volunteer Days Monday – Friday, 9am Enjoy nurturing seedlings and help shrubs grow for habitat restoration projects.  Must RSVP 48 hours in advance. Sign up at www.pvplc.volunteerhub.com
1:00 pm Substance Abuse Awareness for Se... @ Peninsula Center Library
Substance Abuse Awareness for Se... @ Peninsula Center Library
Jul 24 @ 1:00 pm – 3:00 pm
Substance Abuse Awareness for Seniors @ Peninsula Center Library | Rolling Hills Estates | California | United States
Substance Abuse Awareness for Seniors When: Monday, July 24, 2017 1 – 3pm Where: Peninsula Center Library Presenter, Ray Sonnet, is a social worker specializing in Gerontology and substance abuse.  He will address dangers to seniors[...]
6:00 pm South Bay Faves @ Basq Kitchen
South Bay Faves @ Basq Kitchen
Jul 24 @ 6:00 pm – 9:00 pm
South Bay Faves @ Basq Kitchen  | Redondo Beach | California | United States
“SOUTH BAY FAVES” is a celebration of local art, design, and craft in the South Bay. Curated by Soap Seas to showcase some of her favorite creatives and businesses in the beach community. Featuring: Drica[...]
6:30 pm Mindful Yoga on the Beach @ Manhattan Beach
Mindful Yoga on the Beach @ Manhattan Beach
Jul 24 @ 6:30 pm
Mindful Yoga on the Beach @ Manhattan Beach
Beach Cities Free Fitness Series Get moving and de-stress with Beach Cities Free Fitness Series — a free community-wide event that brings together Beach Cities residents, fitness and fun! This year’s offerings will include Zumba[...]
7:00 pm Amy Silverstein, author of My Gl... @ {pages} a bookstore
Amy Silverstein, author of My Gl... @ {pages} a bookstore
Jul 24 @ 7:00 pm
Amy Silverstein, author of My Glory Was I Had Such Friends @ {pages} a bookstore | New York | United States
Amy Silverstein, author of My Glory Was I Had Such Friends, visits {pages} on July 24 at 7pm. Amy Silverstein has written a story of courage, perseverance, and friendship unlike any other. Amy’s transplanted heart—received when she was 25—beat strong[...]

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Froggie puppeteer Rick Morton needs help

Froggie puppeteer Rick Morton needs help

Long time South Bay Puppeteer Ric Morton is undergoing treatment for cancer and is seeking help through GoFundMe.…

PLAN HERMOSA General Plan set for vote next month

by Ryan McDonald The Hermosa Beach City Council made what it hopes will be the last of its changes to PLAN Hermosa before the master…

Hermosa Beach About Town

Sewer service fee rebate Eligible disabled Hermosa residents have until July 30 to apply for a rebate of the city’s sewer service fee. The rebate…

Business and Beaches

Business and Beaches

Sepulveda Boulevard making a name for itself in Manhattan…

Redondo Beach Craigers serves ‘darn good’ treats

Redondo Beach Craigers serves ‘darn good’ treats

Passion and pride for high-quality treats…

Hermosa Beach About Town

PLAN Hermosa meeting The Hermosa Beach City Council will hold a follow-up hearing on PLAN…

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South Bay arts calendar for July 20 to 26

South Bay arts calendar for July 20 to 26

Thursday, July 20 In the city of planes The second of three El Segundo Art Walks takes place throughout downtown El…

El Cuevo’s Mark Waldman Bares All

El Cuevo’s Mark Waldman Bares All

Dark Carnival of the Soul Mark Waldman’s “Flea Circus” opens Saturday at El Cuervo Gallery by Bondo Wyszpolski A few years…

South Bay arts calendar for July 13 to 19

South Bay arts calendar for July 13 to 19

Thursday, July 13 A potent mix Pale Chubs, a name you have to love, performs jazz/reggae from 6 to 8 p.m. on the ocean side of the Redondo Beach Pier.…

In “Nobody Speak: Trials of the Free Press,” Gawker vs Hogan is a Modern Day David vs Goliath

In “Nobody Speak: Trials of the Free Press,” Gawker vs Hogan is a Modern Day David vs Goliath

By Morgan Rojas for Cinemacy.com There is no doubt that former professional wrestler Hulk Hogan (real name Terry Gene Bollea) is regarded as one of the most popular pop culture…

New York the spawning ground for Americana’s Hollis Brown

New York the spawning ground for Americana’s Hollis Brown

by Whitney Youngs           The “Ballad of Hollis Brown,” the second song on Bob Dylan’s 1964 album, “The Times They Are a-Changin’,” tells the story of a poor, unemployed man…

Hermosa Beach author recounts life of puppeteer Alan Cook

Hermosa Beach author recounts life of puppeteer Alan Cook

When Alan Cook was a boy in the 1940s, puppeteers enjoyed the status of current rock stars. They hosted early television shows such as “Howdy Doody” and were mainstays on the “Ed Sullivan Show.” His memories from puppeteering's Golden Years, and photographs from his collection of over 5,000 puppets are the subject a new book by Hermosa Beach writer and artist Jacqueline Marks.…

Real News, Fake News, in the 18th Century

Real News, Fake News, in the 18th Century

Pomp and Pageantry “Eyewitness Views: Making History in Eighteenth-Century Europe” at the Getty by Bondo Wyszpolski If we didn’t have cell phones, camcorders or cameras, how would we document and…

“Off with their heads!” It’s a Queendom at ShockBoxx Gallery

“Off with their heads!” It’s a Queendom at ShockBoxx Gallery

Killer Queens A new game of thrones opens Saturday at ShockBoxx in Hermosa Beach by Bondo Wyszpolski It’s back. Huh, what’s back? “Queendom,” the installation piece by Patty Grau and…

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A La Carte 

By Richard Foss  The Place You Didn’t Know Had Closed Is Reopening… It’s easy to forget that Baleen Kitchen is there, because of its location…

Baleen Reopens, Zazou To Go Dark, Melba’s Celebrates, Sumatran Feast, and More – A La Carte Dining News For 20 July

The Proud Bird Flies Again

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