The Manhattan Beach Downtowner “door to door” public transportation system was offered a one-year extension of its six-month-old pilot program. But during questioning by the city council, co-owner Sam Knapp said he could not commit to continuing the service under the terms proposed by the city council.
Woman injured in home intrusion A woman suffered minor injuries after being attacked by a man broke into her Sand Section home early Saturday morning. The assault occurred about 1:15 a.m. at a residence in the 400 block of 15th Street. The woman was asleep when an unknown suspect entered her bedroom and punched her […]
At a 2016 concert in Palos Verdes for local school kids, Linkin Park’s Chester Bennington joined fellow rock stars and the Palos Verdes High choir in singing Bob Dylan’s elegiac “Knock, Knock, Knockin’ on Heaven’s Door.” On Thursday, Bennington was found dead in his Palos Verdes Estates home, of an apparent suicide.
A Redondo Beach lei maker enters Hawaii’s fabled May Day Lei Celebration, hoping to make her Hawaii cousins proud
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.
Easy Reader/Beach 47th Anniversary Writing, Photography, Video and Cartoon Contest Entry Guidelines
Drone videographer Marci Klein provides a seagull’s view of the 2017 Hermosa Beach Fourth of July Ironman.
by Kevin Cody Following the June 15 press conference breakfast announcing a $32 million bequest from Melanie and Richard Lundquist to Torrance Memorial Medical Center, the Palos Verdes couple was presented with long, white Torrance Memorial lab coats bearing their names. “Calling Dr. Lundquist,” a member of the audience shouted out playfully. “If I’m your […]