Thirty dumptrucks lined up Friday morning on Kuhn Drive and Pacific Coast Highway to haul dirt from a half block to make way for a new Skechers building at Duncan and Pacific Coast Highway in Manhattan Beach.
The Nissan Armada Platinum’s towing capacity is solid at 8,500 pounds — enough to pull your boat, jet skis or camping gear without breaking a sweat.
Mira Costa End Epilepsy hosts a fundraising concert this Saturday, June 1 at the The Lighthouse Cafe, from 3 to 8 p.m., featuring five local bands, including End Epilepsy founder Slater Heidrich’s Good Vibe.
Developer Bob Lowe looks back on Terranea Resort’s 10th anniversary and 10 years before that.
El Segundo firefighter Deena Lee becomes South Bay’s first female battalion chief.
Rebecca and Rob DeSantis were presented with the inaugural Jimmy Miller Memorial Foundation Legacy Award during the foundation’s annual BeneFiesta party last weekdend in Manhattan Beach.
Torrance Memorial Medical Center
The Manhattan Beach Roundhouse Aquarium Cheer Squad ‘pun-ished’ runners at the 7th Annual Roundhouse 5K on Saturday at the Manhattan Beach pier.
by Kevin Cody When Alexandra Adishian was 5 and her sister Isabella 4 their mother Lena took the sisters to Dietz Brothers music store in Manhattan Beach. As they approached the door, the mother told her daughters to each pick out the instrument they liked best. Alexandra, who had already begun taking violin lessons, went […]
by Kevin Cody “I might as well address the elephant in the room,” surfboard shaper Pat Ryan said at the start of his Hermosa Beach Surfer’s Walk of Fame induction talk. Listening with anticipation were over 500 people who attended the 2019 induction ceremony Saturday morning on Pier Plaza. “You’re all probably wondering why it […]
by Kevin Cody The South Bay Scholastic Surfing Association (SBSSA) celebrated what many believe was the best winter surf season in over a decade with an awards presentation last Friday evening at the Hermosa Beach Community Center. The high school surf league includes 12 schools, from San Pedro to Santa Monica. Mira Costa High finished […]
Jeff Jones has long been recognized as the best unrecognized surfer in the South Bay. He lost that title Friday evening when he won the South Bay Boardriders 2019 Big Wave Challenge Award.
Hermosa Beach Surfer Walk of Fame inducts shaper Pat Ryan, former pros Liz Benavidez and Ron Garner and The Beach Boys
“I might as well address the elephant in the room,” surfboard shaper Pat Ryan said at the start of his Hermosa Beach Surfer Walk of Fame induction talk. Listening with anticipation were over 500 people who attended the 2019 induction ceremony Saturday morning on Pier Plaza.
Surfboard shaper Pat Ryan, former pro surfers Liz Benavidez and Ronnie Garner, and Rock and Roll Hall of Famers The Beach Boys will be inducted in the Hermosa Beach Surfer’s Walk of Fame on Saturday. The inductions will be held on the Hermosa Beach Pier at 11 a.m.