A rare gene mutation takes away a young man’s physical abilities, but not his passions
by Parnia Mazhar Jay Saikley still hand draws the pairings bracket for the Charlie Saikley Six-Man Volleyball Tournament. It’s a technique that most tournament directors no longer bother with, but one that Saikley prides himself on. And, for a tournament so steeped tradition, it seems to work just fine. “A lot of the people at […]
by Sean McDonald Gloomy skies and onshore winds are never what wave riders hope for. But contestants at Saturday’s surfing and body surfing competitions made the most of it. The day began on the north side of the Manhattan Beach Pier before 7 a.m., and the dreary weather and early hour didn’t drive anyone away: […]
by Ryan Rojas/Cinemacy.com It’s a weird thing, to be old enough to feel nostalgia for one’s own childhood. As the first wave of this millennial generation, and a child of the 90s, I am part of the last generation of people to have watched our movies on VHS cassette tapes. One of those movies, […]
Island in the shopping center Dear ER: “Pen-in-su-la (noun): a piece of land almost surrounded by water or projecting into a body of water.” What does that mean to us? Since we live in Redondo Beach, at the base of the Palos Verdes peninsula, it means that for just about anyone to get to the […]
Filmmaker John De Temple, of d.inc design, captures the Tuesday, January 12 swell at 16th Street in Hermosa Beach, a day local surfers are calling one of the best days of surf in Hermosa Beach, ever. For more of De Temple’s films and photography visit dincdesign.com.
Time To Come Home: The Southern California Slack Key Festival brings Hawai’i to the mainland through hula and ki ho’alu
by Jennifer Passaro When Kawika Kahiapo sings, it is the depth in his voice you notice first. Not the song. Not the slack key guitar. Not even the ocean playing in the background. Kahiapo’s first notes usher a prayer into the world. This is not an unusual occurrence for a singer/songwriter, but unusual enough in […]