ENTERTAINMENT

“The Art of the Crime” – Lessons to be learned [TELEVISION REVIEW]

By Neely Swanson

  Welcome to season three of “The Art of the Crime,” the French series created by Angèle Herry-Leclerc and Pierre-Yves Mora. Following the path of the previous two seasons, this engaging procedural gives us a new murder or murders in every two part episode along with an art history lesson. It is that art history…

Ceramic dynamic in Manhattan Beach

By Bondo Wyszpolski

Feat of Clay “Architecture of Touch” in local art center by Bondo Wyszpolski It’s probably one of the last art shows with limited access for the public, but “Architecture of Touch” highlights recent work by the instructors, staff, and students of the ceramics studio and pottery program that the City of Manhattan Beach initiated in…

Steaks on Rosecrans, Mickey’s goes Mexican, Yanagi’s mystery move, and more dining news

By Richard Foss

Beginning of the end, part one: It’s five days before California drops many restrictions on dining, but we won’t snap right back to where we were. Some of the changes will benefit restaurants, which will still have the ability to sell alcohol to go and to serve in their nice, new parklets. You’ll still see…

BLACK LIVES MATTER: Bruce’s Beach legislation passes Senate unanimously

By Mark McDermott

by Mark McDermott The legislation intended to pave the way for the return of Bruce’s Beach to the Bruce family reached the California Senate Floor Wednesday afternoon, and passed in a resoundingly quick and unanimous 37-0 vote.  Even supporters of the bill were surprised at the pace of SB 796’s progress. The bill passed through…