Implications of legal marijuana Hermosa Beach will host a “parent chat” next week devoted to the implications of marijuana legalization for teenagers. The event, organized by the Southern California nonprofit Behavioral Health Services, will feature a panel including: Brian Hurley, an assistant professor of addiction medicine at UCLA; Dr. Nikki Wesley, director of student services […]
by Ryan McDonald Fiesta Hermosa will return on Memorial Day and Labor Day weekends this year, but Hermosa Beach will be expecting tweaks to minimize its impact on locals and enhance the artistic resonance of the three-day events. The City Council unanimously approved a contract Tuesday night that enables the Hermosa Beach Chamber of Commerce […]
by Ryan McDonald In Paul Beatty’s National Book Award-winning 2015 novel “The Sellout,” the narrator breaks downtowns throughout Southern California by the color scheme of their street signs. The signs of Hawthorne, Torrance, and South Gate are of a “working-class cactus green” he writes, while Manhattan Beach’s “sky blue” totems signified a general lack of […]
Every Thursday, Barclay Roach plays a variety of music that is as head-spinning as it is head-bobbing. From punk to jazz, the South Bay Jam has evolved over the past year to incorporate a rotating crew of dozens of musicians and hundreds of songs.
Legislator hosts chat Assemblymember Al Muratsuchi will host a Q&A over coffee this Saturday morning. “Ask Al” will take place at City Council Chambers from 10 a.m. to 11:30 a.m. The discussion will focus on state legislative issues affecting Hermosa and the South Bay, and attendees are urged to bring questions. To RSVP, visit asmdc.org/muratsuchi. […]