Hermosa Beach Council votes to allow cannabis home delivery

“We know where the community is at.” — Hermosa Beach Councilman Justin Massey, commenting on community support for allowing cannabis home delivery

Long on activism, short on art

By Bondo Wyszpolski

Loud voices for the voiceless Works by artist-activist Andrea Bowers at the Hammer Museum by Bondo Wyszpolski The causes she actively and tirelessly promotes are commendable — the rights of the undocumented, the marginalized, the bullied and abused, women’s autonomy over their own bodies, the preservation and dignity of nature, etc — but Andrea Bowers,…

“This Fool” – Apt description [TELEVISION REVIEW]

By Neely Swanson

“This Fool” is a new series centered in South Central Los Angeles and inspired by the life and times of standup comedian Chris Estrada. Inspiration, as used to describe television series, can be like “based on true events” in film. There’s a wide spectrum and Estrada is, no doubt, somewhere on the spectrum. Observe his…

Hermosa hibernation ends with Colombian, Slay, and Cultured Slice openings, Good Stuff reopening, plus wine dinners and other events

By Richard Foss

Hermosa Happenings… After a period when most new restaurant action was in El Segundo and Redondo, Hermosa is hopping. We’ll start with doings there and then get to other cities and an event roundup… Living In A Musical?… A new Colombian restaurant called Encanto is coming to the long-empty ground floor space beneath Radici restaurant.…

Fogo de Chão in El Segundo – Two restaurants in one

By Richard Foss

At fine tables in the 1800s, there were two competing models of how to make a meal special: Service Francais, where a table is set with all the ornamentally prepared dishes of a meal arranged so diners could admire them, and Service Russe, where servers bring each dish from the kitchen individually portioned for one…