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South Bay arts calendar for Sept. 19 to 25

South Bay arts calendar for Sept. 19 to 25

Thursday, September 19 When rock came of age The Hermosa Beach Historical Society and Museum presents local author Don Jung, author of “Rockin’ Through Troubled…

Artist Lance Richlin – Matter and Spirit
 September 16, 2019  Judy Rae

Artist Lance Richlin – Matter and Spirit

“In the 1970s, you could make art about anything, and there were no limits. Today, people love to censor art.” — artist Lance Richlin…

Bent for surf at an early age

Bent for surf at an early age

Brian Bent traces his surf art and hotrods to growing up behind the Greg Noll surf shop in Hermosa Beach by Bondo Wyszpolski When I…

“Sound of Silence” – Too bad it’s not [MOVIE REVIEW]
 September 13, 2019  Neely Swanson

“Sound of Silence” – Too bad it’s not [MOVIE REVIEW]

by Neely Swanson Sound of Silence,” directed by Michael Tyburski and co-written by Tyburski and Ben Nabors, was based on their short film of the…

“The Heal” has bite at the Getty Villa
 September 12, 2019  Bondo Wyszpolski

“The Heal” has bite at the Getty Villa

Getting off on the wrong foot “The Heal” is under the open skies at the Getty Villa by Bondo Wyszpolski If you’re going to retitle…

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South Bay arts calendar for Sept. 12 to 18

South Bay arts calendar for Sept. 12 to 18

Thursday, September 12 Swim through this Josie Iselin discusses her book, “The Curious World of Seaweed,” at 7 p.m. in {pages}: a bookstore, 904 Manhattan Ave., Manhattan Beach. $5 of each ticket to be donated to the Roundhouse Aquarium. (310) 318-0900 or to purchase your Brown Paper Ticket go to pagesabookstore.com. Friday, September 13 Supremes? […]

 Teri Marin

Wilfred and the flowers

Wilfred and the flowers

by Mark McDermott  Flowers are relatively new in the history of Earth. Evolutionary biologists believe the first flower didn’t appear until 114 million years ago, meaning the planet spun around the sun for 4.4 billion years before that first unlikely bloom one primordial dawn. This flowering would spread across the globe, and by the time […]

 Bondo Wyszpolski

9/11: All things reconsidered

9/11: All things reconsidered

An American Tragedy But do we really know what happened on Sept. 11, 2001? by Bondo Wyszpolski John Powers holds up a copy of “The 9/11 Commission Report,” which he purchased 15 years ago, in 2004, when it was on sale at his local post office. He began reading it, hoping he could adapt it […]

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