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Low light photography with the iPhone 12 Pro

Low light photography with the iPhone 12 Pro

By Jefferson Graham Interested in the new Apple iPhone 12 and 12 Pro? The biggest selling points are connections to the new, supposedly faster 5G…

Debbie Walmer memorial at American Matryrs a lovefest and storyfest

Passersby, hearing bagpipes and seeing 500 people in beach chairs (socially distanced) on the grass at the American Martyrs School athletic field last Thursday, may have thought they were witnessing an Irish story telling contest.…

Peninsula Elections 2020: Water Replenishment District 2 (4 candidates, 1 seat)

by Dan Blackburn Four candidates are vying for a single seat to represent District II on the board of the Water Replenishment District of Southern…

Peninsula Elections 2020: Palos Verdes Unified School District Candidates 4 candidates, 2 seats

Peninsula Elections 2020: Palos Verdes Unified School District Candidates 4 candidates, 2 seats

Source: VotersEdge.org unless otherwise stated. Voter’s Edge California (VEC) is a joint project of MapLight…

Peninsula Elections 2020: Palos Verdes Estates City Council 5 candidates, 2 seats

Peninsula Elections 2020: Palos Verdes Estates City Council 5 candidates, 2 seats

Source: VotersEdge.org unless otherwise stated. Voter’s Edge California (VEC) is a joint project of MapLight…

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“Perfect Murders” – Not quite [MOVIE REVIEW]

“Perfect Murders” – Not quite [MOVIE REVIEW]

by Neely Swanson “Perfect Murders,” is an anthology series premiering on MHz streaming platform on October 27. The six-episode series follows the investigative detectives as they try to solve a…

“Coming Home Again” – Can you go home again? [MOVIE REVIEW]

“Coming Home Again” – Can you go home again? [MOVIE REVIEW]

by Neely Swanson “Coming Home Again” is thoughtful film based on a personal essay written by Chang-rae Lee and adapted to the screen and directed by Wayne Wang, best known…

Mesopotamian art: sorta, kinda, not on display at the Getty Villa

Mesopotamian art: sorta, kinda, not on display at the Getty Villa

Once upon a time and far away “Mesopotamia: Civilization,” closed before it opened at the Getty Villa by Bondo Wyszpolski I want you to read this, and weep. Among the…

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Variations on a theme

Variations on a theme

I just looked in my music collection, and between my CDs, downloads, and vinyl, I have at least seven recordings of the same piece by…

Bowls in, bars out, bakery delivers, wine and candy

American greatness [restaurant review]

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The Jericho runners: pandemic doesn’t slow Mira Costa High track stars

The Jericho runners: pandemic doesn’t slow Mira Costa High track stars

Last Friday, the Bay League High School Track and Field Finals were to be held under the lights at the Redondo Union High Sea Hawk Bowl. For most of the runners, the finals would be their last track meet. For top runners, like Mira Costa senior miler Billy Atkinson, league finals would be a last chance to set a school record and catch the attention of college coaches.  …

SBBC/ET contest showcases surfers on the way up and not

Best of the Beach 2020

Beach charity – Richstone center unveils

Beach art – Hippytree Photo Exhibit

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The day The Byrds landed at Palos Verdes High

The day The Byrds landed at Palos Verdes High

On the Friday before Halloween in 1965, the rumor spread quickly across the campus at Palos Verdes High School. The Byrds, the third most popular rock and roll band in the world, behind only the Beatles and the Rolling Stones, were going to perform at our high school?…

Recovery is just around the corner, economist Thornberg tells Palos Verdes Chamber

San Pedro’s Godfather of Paparazzi

Dear Dr. Allen: Give the kid a chore.

Peninsula, Hermosa Beach, LA superintendents assail governor’s school reopening plan, masks would cost millions of dollars daily