by Robb Fulcher Hermosa voters will not be asked for money to help maintain school playfields and a gymnasium, unless there is a dramatic reversal in the momentum against the plan. The city School Board had considered placing a ballot measure for more funding before voters, who have rejected two previous funding measures. But last […]
by Randy Angel Southern California’s largest Super Bowl celebration will begin at 7 a.m. Sunday when the 32nd annual Redondo Beach Super Bowl 10K kicks off with the popular costume judging contest. More than 10,000 participants and supporters are expected to attend the event, giving ample time to recover before the New Orleans Saints and […]
Running G.I. Joe, in conjunction with the City of Hermosa Beach, will hold the annual spring Pier-to-Pier Run/Walk Saturday, March 6 at 7 a.m. Approximately four miles, the sand course goes to the Manhattan Beach Pier and back. Entrants receive a T-shirt, goodie bag and prizes. To register, call 310-318-0280 or visit hermosabch.org. Fundraisers The […]
I have read “Ariana’s Dream” story to my third grade students, not without tears. and they are inspired to send cards and words of love to all of you (ER Jan. 21, 2010).
When brilliant composers die young, whether it’s Bizet or Gershwin and especially Mozart, people wonder what they might have accomplished had they lived longer. Robert Kurka died in 1957, at age 35, before the premiere of his sole opera, “The Good Soldier Schweik.”
by Fred Milani
The budding South Bay acoustic music scene got another bolt of lightning from the sold-out, performances of master fingerstyle guitarists Trace Bundy and Sungha Jung at Live At The Lounge
by Robb Fulcher The City Council has joined neighboring towns by moving to limit the daily water use of residents and businesses, as three years of drought have shrunk California water reservoir levels by 25 percent. The council also moved to impose some restrictions on landscaping. The council unanimously green-lighted two new ordinances governing water […]
Running Registration is open for the 32nd annual Redondo Beach Super Bowl 10K to be held Sunday, Feb. 7, beginning at 7 a.m. with the popular costume judging contest. The 5K Run/Walk begins at 7:30 a.m., followed by the Baby Buggy 10K at 8:15 a.m. and the 10K at 8:30 a.m. Custom awards will […]
A squirrely community
Since the article about the squirrel wars was published (“Neighbors embroiled in squirrel quarrel,” ER Jan. 7, 2010), we have received numerous calls, emails, and hand written notes from friends, family, neighbors and people from the community we didn’t even know. People have been leaving bags of peanuts at our doorstep. One rather large bag had the following note attached, “A gift from the Irena Street Squirrels to the Spencer Street Gang. Hang in there! Bon Appetit.”
And what better way to start the New Year than with the song, dance, food and crafts of aina folk during the 2010 Southern California Slack Key Festival at the Redondo Beach Performing Arts Center. Sure, music and hula are the main attractions of the day-long event Sunday, but bring an appetite.
Thursday, January 21 Haiti Disaster Relief sites Immediate Haiti Disaster Relief donations can be made through Congregation Tikvat Jacob in Manhattan Beach — the funds will be forwarded accordingly — or online, as Rabbi Mark Hyman also suggests, through The Joint Distribution Committee (www.jdc.org) and the American Jewish World Service (www.ajws.org), experienced, safe and […]