by Dickie O’Reilly and Kevin Cody A South Bay Boardriders Club goal when it was founded in 2008 was to resurrect the South Bay’s reputation as a center of California surfing, a position it owned during surfing’s Golden Years, but had relinquished to Huntington Beach. That year, the club’s application to the Malibu Surfrider contest […]
Saturday, March 3 Reach for the Stars Benefit Gala The Reach for the Stars Gala, to benefit the Palos Verdes Performing Arts, will be held at the Harlyne J. Norris Pavilion. This year honors long-time supporter Sandra Sanders, who will receive the Kenneth T. Norris Jr. “Key to Our Heart.” For more information call the […]
Despite mid game rule changes, end zone line disputes and fake flag plays, the annual Super Bowl Sunday Feeble Bowl 50 and Older Flag Football Championship ended amicably, with all players able to leave the Mira Costa High School field after the game under their own power
In August 1983, frank-talking, low profile Manhattan Beach police chief Harry Kuhlmeyer was presented with the McMartin Preschool case. Therapists and medical doctors identified dozens of McMartin preschool children as sexual abuse victims. Raymond Buckey, the sole male teacher at the preschool, owned by his grandmother Virginia McMartin, was the primary suspect.
Before there were extreme sports and GoPro and drone cameras, there was Warren Miller racing down black diamond runs alongside the world’s best skiers with his Bell and Howell 8mm film camera.
An unidentified surfer jumped off the south side of the Hermosa Beach pier Friday morning to avoid the impossible task of paddling out. The north swell at the pier was double overhead and there were no lulls between sets. The jumper went over the pier rail just as a Los Angeles County lifeguard approached him to warn it is illegal to jump from the pier. Photos by Dean Lofgren