Former NBA great Paul Westphal is only 69 and still as whippet-thin and physically fit as he was in his prime not so long ago. But he’s been stricken with brain cancer.
Manhattan Beach’s Super Sports survive tough times for brick-and-mortar retail, and now the coronavirus pandemic, by maintaining a close relationship with customers.
One lane in each direction of Hermosa Avenue will be closed to provide outdoor patio decks and more space for cyclists and pedestrians.
South Bay mail delivery flows. Congressman Ted Lieu registers protest, presses President Trump to fix it
In recent years it has become trendy in NBA media circles to argue that the Lakers LeBron James is no longer the undisputed best player in the world.
Pandemic cancels International Surf Festival, but not Surf Festival traditions.
by Dr. Pissed Off People are idiots. That is why, at the risk of being annoying and repetitive, I am reviewing how to protect yourself and others from COVID-19. Social distance: There is a lot of discussion regarding aerosol, large droplets and surface transmission of SARS-COV-2. The greatest risk is due to airborne droplets containing […]
The Hermosa Beach marquee that heralded some of the biggest nights of live music in recent South Bay history is now announcing something entirely different: “Saint Rocke is for sale.” The club is the first iconic South Bay venue to fall victim to pandemic economics. Owner Allen Sanford, who founded Saint Rocke in 2008 predicts many more businesses will follow and says the community may not yet understand how profound a shift is about to occur.
When Hermosa Ironman veterans’ Mark Koenigsknecht, Florencio Mendoza and Ambrosio Avestruz learned the Fourth of July tradition was cancelled because of the difficulty social distancing in a drunken mosh pit, they enlisted their 16th Street walk street neighbors in a mini Fourth of July Hermosa Ironman.
The sale of AES Redondo Beach, one of the largest real estate transactions in South Bay history, began with a cold call.
This year’s standout high school surfers were recognized during a recent virtual awards ceremony presented by the South Bay Scholastic Surfing Association (SBSSA), with technical and financial assistance from the South Bay Boardriders Club.
People in highly trafficked areas of Hermosa Beach must wear masks or face a $100 fine, the City Council decided Tuesday.