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Stop swinging for the fences, Redondo needs contact hitters

Sandbox by Bill Brand The Redondo Beach waterfront is in play like never before. The AES power plant is for sale, the power lines are coming down, large leaseholds in the Harbor are expiring, and the 524,000 square foot Waterfront Project was recently withdrawn from consideration by the developer, CenterCal Properties. After decades of former […]

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Spotlight on the hill – Golden Jubilee opening night

Spotlight on the hill – Golden Jubilee opening night

Palos Verdes Antiques Show

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The fast and the luxurious

The fast and the luxurious

Tim and Twanna Rogers offer race car enthusiasts a place to race

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Torrance Memorial Golf Tourney

Torrance Memorial Golf Tourney

A sold out success

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Redondo Beach residents build homes in Tijuana

Redondo Beach residents build homes in Tijuana

Eight years, $200,000 and 20 new homes built

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Fresh Yellowtail Ceviche three ways!

Fresh Yellowtail Ceviche three ways!

Get the beer chilled because this is going to be delicous

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Dear Cassy: Love versus infactuation

by Liz Schoeben In recent times, schools, community forums and parents have done a good job of talking to teens about sex. At least it’s better than when I was growing up in the ‘70s and ‘80s. Now, we need to talk about healthy relationships and love. Many teens are left to figure this out […]

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Horse cents in Rancho Palos Verdes

Horse cents in Rancho Palos Verdes

“Equestrians needed an app, and we were the best people to do it.” — International show jumper Lindsay Douglass

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Beach sports – Aiming high

Beach sports – Aiming high

Micky Munns and Michael Fineman have embarked on an uphill campaign to join the U.S.’s best sailors

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Homeless in Manhattan

Homeless in Manhattan

After his father disappeared, Robert Woodie disappeared in his hometown

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Manhattan Beach About Town

Music on a Sunday afternoon The sounds of Motown, R&B, soul, funk, jazz, and blues will move through Polliwog Park when Blue Breeze takes the stage Sunday from 5 to 7 p.m. Summer Concert at Polliwog Park Amphitheater with Blue Breeze. 5 – 7 p.m. 1601 Manhattan Beach Blvd., Manhattan Beach. For a list of […]

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West Kern College president to be El Camino president in 2016

Inglewood native Dr. Dena Maloney was named the sixth Superintendent/President of  the El Camino Community College District on Monday. She will assume the position when current president Tom Fallo retires next February. Fallo has been college’s president for 20 years. “Her experience and leadership will serve the district well during this time of transition,” said […]

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In their own words: The homeless and their helpers in the South Bay

In their own words: The homeless and their helpers in the South Bay

His name was Joel Davenport. A familiar face at the Redondo Village shopping center, at the corner of Beryl Street and Prospect Avenue, he was known to everyone from the cashiers at Vons, to the owner of the dog grooming shop, to the regulars at the coffee shop. “Then he just disappeared one day, for […]

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Beach Valentines: 6 stories of love from Hermosa, Redondo and Manhattan Beach

Beach Valentines: 6 stories of love from Hermosa, Redondo and Manhattan Beach

Six South Bay couples and how they found love and made it endure.

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Schools soar academically, survive financially [2012 Newsmaker]

Schools soar academically, survive financially [2012 Newsmaker]

School districts in Redondo Beach, Hermosa Beach, and Manhattan Beach all excelled academically in 2012 and avoided drastic budget cuts when California voters approved Proposition 30. A bond measure passed in Redondo Beach will allow schools to become solar-powered while saving the district millions in utility costs, while El Camino College’s bond measure will enable […]