Thursday, January 13
Ansel Adams: Local Works
Through Jan. 21, 25 copies of never-before seen Chadwick School campus, student life, sports and nature photographic works by friends Ansel Adams and fellow-photographer Cedric Wright can be viewed at the PV Library, 701 Silver Spur Rd., RHE, part of the school’s 75th anniversary. Both photographers’ children attended the school in the 1940s. For exhibition, library hours, more info: pvld.org/hours or http://www.chadwickschool.org.
The Comic Bug, 1807 Manhattan Beach Blvd. in Manhattan Beach, will host a free, all-ages show starting 7 p.m. sharp on Saturday, Jan. 15, featuring up-and-coming area bands.
On Lapule, Lanuali 23, a kanikapila will be celebrated at the Redondo Beach Performing Arts Center. It’s the Fourth Annual Southern California Slack Key Festival, complete with the Island Marketplace, offered with much pumehana, plus pulled pua’a, poi (Hawaiian for marginally edible purple wallpaper paste), hala kahiki and ki ho’alu music first introduced by the paniolo. New this year: Saimin, a noodle soup dish developed during Hawaii’s plantation era. It’s soft wheat egg noodles served hot and garnished with green onions, Kamaboko, Char siu, sliced Spam, linguiça, and nori, among other additions.
Berry Bly New Year’s Eve Gala at Crowne Plaza, Redondo Beach. Photos by Alex Smith
Thursday, January 6 Lifeguard Tower Art Sale Own a piece of Hermosa Beach history! Lifeguard tower panels from the largest public art project in the U.S., “Summer of Color,” will be auctioned to the community Friday, Feb 11, 2011, at the Hermosa Beach Community Center, 6 – 9 p.m. The lightweight coroplast panels are in […]
As Anne Lacoste makes clear in the catalogue that accompanies this expansive and engrossing show, on view through April 24 at the J. Paul Getty Museum, Felice Beato “can be considered one of the first global photographers.”
Hermosa Beach resident Sean Kelly, 44, and Palos Verdes residents Chuck Chambers, 58, and Russell Urban, 63, died in a plane crash on Nov. 21. The three were flying back from Baja Mexico after a week of surfing, when they ran out of gas while approaching John Wayne Airport in Orange County.
Griffith Observatory is hosting a public event tonight at 8 p.m. to discuss and view a total lunar eclipse, which is expected to last from 11:41 p.m. Monday until 12:43 a.m. Tuesday [read the Key Eclipse Moments]
Miami-born, Cuban roots, ten-years-plus with alt-country band The Mavericks, now Nashville-based and pushing his sixth studio album, Raul Malo has the goods to make memorable his Saturday show at Brixton.
Thursday, December 2 Let’s Go Strolling… Enjoy a magical night in the Riviera Village while shopping under the holiday lights from 5 – 9 p.m. and don’t forget to stop in at the Jewelry Party at 7 p.m., 166 via Los Miradores (for Shimabukuro and K Doubet designs) and the Dion Gallery, 1713 S Catalina, […]
Friday, November 26 A fowl that’s fair The 11th annual Turkey Hop takes place at 5 p.m. at 711 S. Broadway Ave., Redondo Beach, with a bike ride that begins at 7 p.m. Bring new or used sporting equipment which will be donated to the local fire department and under-resourced (meaning broke) L.A. elementary schools. […]
November 18 Yes! It’s the Yetti! Manhattan Beach author Dennis Komick offers a very special story time today at Pages, a bookstore at 10:30 a.m. Bring your little ones for this charming, heart-warming and holiday-perfect tail. Oops, tale. 904 Manhattan Ave., Manhattan Beach. El Segundo Mom’s Night Out El Segundo Ed Foundation holds its 2nd Mom’s […]
Thursday, November 18 Favorite local band Hard Rain performs at 7:30 p.m. at Club 705 (705 Pier Ave.) in Hermosa Beach. They’re sharing the bill with Van Morrison’s daughter, Shana Morrison. Tickets, $15. Get ‘em at andyandrenee.com. Friday, November 19 Beatles opened for him That’s right, when Chris Montez and Tommy Roe toured Europe in […]
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, […]
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 firstname.lastname@example.org or 310-374-9767. In the green […]