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. Entry fee is $22/runner until Feb. 19 ($30 thereafter). Entrants receive a T-shirt, goodie bag and prizes. […]
by Randy Angel Former Redondo High baseball lettermen are invited to dust off their gloves and cleats, grab a bat and join fellow Sea Hawk players and supporters at the program’s annual baseball game to be held Saturday, Feb. 27 at Memorial Stadium. The popular Home Run Derby begins the day’s activities at 9 a.m., […]
Manhattan oil drilling proposal
First off, Mark Machuszek, you live in MB, so when you vote in favor of approving speculative drilling in your beloved city, then maybe I’ll spend more than two minutes considering your lame argument before I completely take you to task on McPhearson oil’s bogus lawsuit (“Apologize, then drill,” ER letters Feb. 4, 2010).
by Robb Fulcher The City Council has agreed to place business-sponsored signs with ecological messages on roadsides, rejected a plan to regulate party-hardy rental homes, and finalized water conservation measures. The council moved to contract with the company EcoMedia to place at least eight signs with environmental messages on Hermosa streets. The signs will also […]
by Ally Van Deuren What makes British farce so humorous? Is it the slamming doors, the screwball circumstances and chaos, the saucy subject matter, or just the actors themselves? You’ll find the answer in the Norris Theatre’s production of “No Sex Please, We’re British,” which combines all these elements and more, to deliver the quintessential […]
Celeb Sightings: Goldie Hawn, her sister and a group of friends were spotted dining at Petros, Metlox Center, MB. Word is she acts just like she does on TV and in the movies, all bubbles, giggles and smiles and she looks exactly the same.
by Bob Pinzler
It never ceases to amaze how difficult it is for people with religious fervor to set aside the intensity of their belief when entering the public realm.
by Harry MunnsTwo weeks ago, Abby Sunderland, who turned 16 last October, sailed away from the dock at the Del Rey Yacht Club in a bid to become the youngest person to sail around the world non-stop and unassisted. I can’t figure out whether I feel like she’s exercising her youthful need to make a […]
I work at a pet grooming salon in El Segundo, which Manhattan Beach Detective Sgt. Brian Brown frequents (“Officer of the Year,” ER Jan. 7, 2010). He always uses the self-service section to take care of the grooming needs of his dog “Buddy.”
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 […]