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Thursday, November 11 Veterans Day Dedication Redondo Beach dedicates its new Veterans Memorial at Veterans Park beginning at 2 p.m. A culmination of several years of grassroots fundraising and community outreach, the ceremonies include music and honors to America’s veterans, and special guest speaker Colonel David Sutherland, US Army, a veteran of Iraq and Afghanistan, […]

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Thursday, Nov. 11 Actors, Etc, Wanted! The Hermosa Arts Foundation and Angelvision Productions are looking for actors, writers, directors, musicians, artists and producers interested in starting a group dedicated to developing new original works for public performance at The 2nd Story Theatre, Hermosa Beach. Please inquire! Angelo Massino at angelvisionp@aol.com or 310-374-9767. In the green […]

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ArcLight offers reserved seats, but if you’re late, you lose

ArcLight Cinemas in El Segundo (formerly Pacific Theaters) is taking a contrarian position on the recession. Instead of trimming services and ticket prices, they recently completed a $6 million upgrade, and will be charging up to $13.75 a ticket.

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Calendar-Week of 8/12/10

Thursday, August 12, 2010 Thursdays at 7 Author William Pack, a high school dropout, Stanford grad and former Silicon Valley/Wall Street exec, reads and signs his breakout novel “The Bottom of the Sky” set in rural Montana, on Wall Street and in Silicon Valley! National Best Book Awards Finalist, a Best Books ’09 Awards Finalist in […]

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High Voltage – Power of Art’s creative energy

by Chip Reuben – This weekend, the Redondo Beach Art Group (RBAG) is taking its own community-oriented, grassroots-grown artistic force to a new level, and to a new venue – The Redondo Beach Performing Arts Center. “I wish the ‘Power of Art’ could be held here for a month,” says John LaRock, the center’s cultural […]

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Hotdogging-12th August

Redondo Beach photographer Don Adkins took pictures of The Tubes last weekend at Pershing Square. Free concerts there through the summer.

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Currents-August 12th

1 Spotlight: Visual splendor This piece by Nick Agid is among the new work in “A Fine Line,” opening with a reception from 6 to 9 p.m. tomorrow at ps Zask Gallery, 31252 Palos Verdes Dr. W., Rancho Palos Verdes. The featured artists are Hyunsook Cho and Michael Freitas Wood, but you can also see […]

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Hotdogging-Week of August 5

Filthy Fifties: Brad Rader, artist for the DC/Vertigo graphic novel Fogtown, signs copies from 5 to 8 p.m. on Wednesday at The Comic Bug store, 1807 Manhattan Beach Blvd., Manhattan Beach. Fogtown has been described as “a raw, ugly, and explicitly human pulp/noir detective series, set in the ferociously filthy underworld of ‘50s San Francisco.”

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Calendar-Week of 8/5/10

Thursday, August 5 Steely Dan tribute Steely Jam, a Steely Dan tribute band, plays 6 to 8 p.m. at the Redondo Beach Pier. For more see redondopier.com. First Thursday Hermosa’s downtown shops, cafes, art galleries, salons and gyms will keep their doors open and add special touches of food, drink or entertainment. 5 to 9 […]

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Thursday, July 22 Jazz near the sea The Perry Smith Quartet, with Smith on guitar, performs from 5 to 8:30 p.m. at the Lighthouse Café, 30 Pier Ave., Hermosa Beach. (310) 376-9833. Easy on the pocketbook Mark Shapiro and El Blamo play jazz at 6 p.m. at the Redondo Beach Pier. It’s part of the […]

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Currents-July 15th

Caitlyn Calfas stars as Charity in the Tony Award-winning musical “Sweet Charity,” presented by the Negri Learning Center and playing tomorrow and Saturday at 7:30 with Saturday and Sunday matinees at 2 p.m. in the Norris Center, 27570 Crossfield Drive, Rolling Hills Estates. Same schedule next weekend. Tickets, $25 general; $18 youth. (310) 544-0403 or […]

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The best day of their lives

by Andrea Ruse

Next Saturday, July 24, PSILYF will host its 10th annual Day at the Beach in Manhattan Beach. Over 250 inner city kids will be paired with adult volunteers who “adopt a child for a day” of surfing, games, face painting, music, food and friendship.

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Calender-Week of Thursday, July 15th

Timeless tales, ticketless admission, priceless experience. Shakespeare by the Sea graces the Beach Cities with four performances in the coming week and a half, July 15 & 16 at Polliwog Park in Manhattan Beach and July 21 & 22 at Valley Park in Hermosa Beach, all at 7 p.m. This season’s offerings are Julius Caesar and Twelfth Night. Free, but donations always appreciated. For more info, locations, dates go to shakespearebythesea.org.

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Thursday, July 1 Artwalk tour This free guided tour introduces participants to a diverse selection of art as well as different artists, techniques and styles, including abstract and realistic oil and watercolor paintings, photography, wearable art and mixed media. Among those featured is the new show “Young and Abstract,” with recent paintings by Christopher Hernandez, […]

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Bay Watch: Community Calendar Feb. 25 – Mar. 3

Kelly Hales Memorial Golf Tournament
Our Lady of Guadalupe presents the Kelly Hales Memorial Golf Tournament at Lakewood Country Club at 12:15.
Friday, February 26
Our Lady of Guadalupe presents the Kelly Hales Memorial Golf Tournament at Lakewood Country Club at 12:15.