Live local music, great food and drinks… the Standing Room in Hermosa Beach is our featured restaurant in this episode of 2 Minute Reviews. Host Steve Napolitano sits down with managing partner Lowell Bakke to discuss the restaurant.
Chef Melba’s Bistro in Hermosa Beach Best underground seafood bistro in the South Bay? Steve thinks so. In this Two Minute Review we visit Chef Melba’s Bistro in Hermosa Beach and sit down with Chef Melba.
Pier event raises funds for hurricane victims
For his latest documentary, HB’s David Keane trains his lens on the place he calls home
The Hermosa Beach Friends of the Park jump started Halloween on Saturday, October 14 with its 11th Annual Pumpkins in the park festival at Edith Rodaway Friendship Park.
What began as a “social experiment” in downtown Hermosa has become a dining phenomenon
The Subaru Pacific Hotdoggers Longboard Surf Contest took place October 7th at the south side of the Hermosa Beach Pier and featured some of the best long boarders on the west coast. They looked amazingly graceful in waist to chest high closeouts braking in knee high water. Video shot/produced by Brad Jacobson of Civic Couch.
by Ryan McDonald A video produced on behalf of Hermosa Beach, intended to depict a typical Saturday night on Pier Plaza, has divided residents and business owners, with some claiming that the video was an agenda-driven distortion of conditions in the city’s downtown. The video condenses footage captured between roughly 5:30 p.m. on Saturday Sept. […]
Five time Manhattan Beach Open Volleyball Tournament winner (with partner Mike O’Hara) and Catalina Classic Paddleboard Race record setter Mike “Bones” Bright passed away Sept. 22, at age 79. Bright grew up in Hermosa Beach and was a member of the 17th Street Surfing Seals.
The wind was offshore. The air and water were 70 degrees. And a south swell was delivering head high sets. But being Hermosa and being fall, the winter sandbars hadn’t formed and the waves were closing out close to shore for the Subaru Pacific Hotdoggers contest.
Donald “Donny” Miller, one of the South Bay’s top surfers in the early 1980s, died Sunday from injuries sustained when he jumped from the third story balcony of an apartment building in the 200 block of Monterey Boulevard in Hermosa Beach.