Laguna Beach seeks public's advice on raised sidewalk and gate
The city will hold two workshops in May to discuss proposed sidewalk in the Temple Hills neighborhood and a possible gate in the Top of the World neighborhood.
Why Mickey’s Deli in Hermosa Beach is rolling back some prices to 1953
Even back in 1953 when it opened just steps from the sand in Hermosa Beach, Mickey’s Italian Deli catered to surfers. Some things just never change.Michael Angelo “Mickey” Mance was just 22 when he opened a combination liqu
Why Hermosa Beach is moving Hope Chapel’s Easter services to Pier Plaza
Last year, because of permitting restrictions, the service moved to the lawn of the city’s Community Center, its first relocation in Hope Chapel’s 30-plus year history
Why this neighborhood gym is closing — and blaming its failure on the city of Hermosa Beach
CrossFit Horsepower co-owners Jed Sanford and Dan Wells said city requirements made it tough to stay in business. Hermosa Beach City Manager Suja Lowenthal said she was “deeply disappointed” that …
This is how Hermosa Beach, local artist are honoring punk rock and skateboarding culture
The eighth mural in the Hermosa Beach Murals Project, illustrating the influence of punk and skateboarding, will be unveiled on Tuesday evening, Oct. 2.
How Hermosa Beach’s new pilot program handles short-term vacation rentals
Hermosa Beach will temporarily permit residents of commercial areas to rent out their homes to vacationers on sites like Airbnb.com — even as it fights a court challenge to its outright ban on them in most neighborhoods.The City Council
Why the world is more at peace
The latest measurement of global peace finds violence was down last year, a sign that more people understand what makes peace – and that it can be inevitable.
Retired player Metta World Peace thinks UCF's Tacko Fall should be the NBA Draft's No. 1 pick
The prodigal Duke University freshman Zion Williamson is at the forefront of most hoops-focused minds after he declared for the NBA Draft this week, but...
How a Hermosa Beach beachfront hotel became the site of a ‘Veronica Mars’ revival on Hulu
The March 2014 film was a hit with critics and grossed nearly $3.5 million in limited release in box office worldwide.
Here’s how Crafty Minds Brews + Bites plans to keep the bubbles in your micro brew in Hermosa Beach
The Crafty here refers to some of the finest craft micro-brews in the Southern California region poured in their taproom.
Here’s how The Lighthouse Cafe in Hermosa Beach is celebrating 70 years as hub of West Coast jazz
When The Lighthouse Cafe in Hermosa Beach started a regular jazz night in May 1949, Howard Rumsey and his Lighthouse All-Stars created a hub for what became known as West Coast jazz. The likes of C…
Candlelight vigil on Hermosa Beach Pier to honor victims of Borderline Bar shooting Nov. 10
“When I used to hear about shootings, they seemed so far away and they just get closer and closer,” said organizer Liza Caso, who knew Christiana Duarte from Torrance who was killed in …
Hermosa Beach band Fortunate Youth celebrates 10 years of American reggae with tour
Since its inception, the American reggae band has been “perpetual motion,” according to its lead singer Dan Kelly.
One World Trade Center Should Not Promote a Culture of Death
Women deserve better than the abortion industry not only today, but in the future. The site of One World Trade Center has suffered enough innocent death.
Manhattan Beach police seek tips on burglary suspect
Police are trying to identify a man who used credit cards stolen from vehicles in Manhattan Beach at Walgreens in Redondo Beach, Torrance and Gardena. Anyone with tips should call Detective Traci Navarette at 310-802-5125.• READ:
United Way seeks community support to alleviate hunger
Grumpy, tired, distracted, weak, self-centered and irritable are all the things I feel when I get hungry. All I want is food. I think about food, and I don’t have much thought about how I can help others or promote things like world peace. I think about food, and I think about myself.
Candidates offer ideas to promote unity
Tuesday, October 1, 2019 Amid the Rocky Mount City Council having a reputation for at-times bitter and contentious meetings, a candidate for a position on the council is calling for treating people with respect to be standard operating procedure Lige Daughtridge, who is seeking election in Ward 5, said as a City Council member, one leads by example and said, “If you want respect from the citizens that you’re representing, you’ve got to show respect. And so that’s the first thing that we…
Financial Peace University to help guide Marietta families
Ramsey Solutions’ Financial Peace University is bringing its principles of empowerment to Marietta next month. Created by financial expert Dave Ramsey, the nine-week digital course seeks to provide families and
How to Promote Art
Promoting art is not just the work of the lone art critic, but now encompasses many different spheres of activity. Whether engaged in writing press releases, catalogue essays, website posts or art historical books, this one-day seminar provides an overview of the many different possibilities, audiences and styles to be found within the wider practice of writing about art for promotional purposes Hosted by Ossian Ward…