by Tony Cordi Local start-up company Travel-Light has set out to become a global innovator in the travel and mobility industry with their G-RO luggage system. Israeli industrial designer Netta Shalgi created a prototype design for an axle-less, oversized wheels carry-on bag for travel, with smartphone and tablet charging capability. Los Angeles entertainment attorney […]
By Randy Angel Riding on the heels of the World Baseball Classic, Beach City Baseball Academy will be hosting its own international competition Saturday and Sunday April 1-2 at fields in El Segundo and Manhattan Beach. Eighteen players from Japan’s Team Kitasuna and 12 from the German National Team will have the opportunity to experience […]
El Segundo’s Candy Cane Lane, an annual display of holiday lights and community tradition. Candy Cane Lane consist of 26 houses on the 1200 block of East Acacia Avenue who come together to provide children of all ages a wonderful place to enjoy the holidays. This holiday tradition started in 1949. It is open to […]
The annual El Segundo Education Foundation Gala attracted more than 750 people and raised a new Ed! Gala record of $210,000.
by Mark McDermott El Segundo will have a vastly new City Council after three new councilmembers were elected Tuesday night and both incumbents on the ballot suffered defeat. But both incumbents, Marie Fellhauer and Dave Atkinson, took solace in the fact that a ballot measure each helped put in motion in order to address sagging […]