Sashi Sushi & Sake Lounge Inaugural Hanami Festival benefitting the Jimmy Miller Memorial Foundation and Japan Relief
Sunday, March 27 – The community is invited to the Sashi Sushi & Sake Lounge Inaugural Hanami Festival benefitting the Jimmy Miller Memorial Foundation and Japan Relief (through the Red Cross). Celebrate the spirit of springtime and community with a Sashi-style street fair with food, sake, a silent auction and music. 4 – 8 p.m. […]
Saturday, March 27 – The El Segundo PTA’s annual 5K Run for Education and Kid’s Fun Run will take place rain or shine on Saturday, March 27, 2010 in the streets of El Segundo. Registration is $20 before March 27th. For further information , call 310-322-8672 or email: firstname.lastname@example.org Registration link: http://www.active.com/running/el-segundo-ca/el-segundo-pta-run-4-education-2010 The 3rd Annual […]
Photos by Alex Smith St. Patrick’s Day celebration at Patrick Molloy’s.
Where have all the Mayalls gone? The Jaggers, the Jimis, the Mayfields? There’s good reason to believe they haven’t gone anywhere, and that it’s just a different game today with a different set of rules when it comes to making it as a rock god. That’s one reason why it’s important to be tuned in to the contemporary music scene. But every so often a legend from the golden era traipses through our local beat. In fact, one is journeying 1,100 miles to give a South Bay audience a lesson in guitar power. Robin Trower performs on Sunday at Brixton in Redondo Beach.
Songs come to some people. How this happens isn’t so much science as alchemy, and it actually has less to do with musicianship than we tend to think. Many of our greatest virtuosos never pen a single song. Tim Bluhm was a senior at Mira Costa 21 years ago when a buddy gave him a […]
Thursday January 27 PJ Story time Brush your teeth…Put on your pajamas…grab a cuddly buddy…and join us for story time at the Library! Free and open to all ages. 6:45 p.m. No sign-up or registration required. Redondo Main Library, 303 N. PCH. 310-318-0675 option 6. Author reception Helen Simonson’s debut novel “Major Pettigrew’s Last Stand” […]
dineLA reports that ten area restaurants are participating in 2011’s Restaurant Week. Lunches are $16, $22 or $28 and dinners are $26, $34 or $44. Be sure to check the dineLA website for details. Not every participating restaurant offers lunch and dinner and reservations could be required so be sure to check the website or with […]
The Palos Verdes Art Center will celebrate its 80th anniversary this year – 80 years of influencing generations of children, adults, and families making an impact in the community for the arts. The Art Center will continue to inspire individuals to celebrate, appreciate and create art with the Southern California Printmaking Exhibition. The exhibit opens January 28, 2011, and runs through April 24, 2011, in the Beckstrand,Walker and Norris Galleries at the Palos Verdes Art Center, 5504 W. Crestridge Road, Rancho Palos Verdes. Galleries are open Mondays through Saturdays 10am-4 p.m. and Sunday 1-4 p.m.. For more information visit www.pvartcenter.org or call 310-541-2479.
Thursday, January 20 GO BLUE Zones! – Redondoans are invited to a Redondo Beach Walking Audit presented by Dan Burden (Healthways/Blue Zones Vitality City Focus Groups Programs, BCHD) from 6 – 7 p.m., followed by a Bikability/Walkability Group Focus/Workshop from 7 – 9 p.m. at Alta Vista Community Center, 715 Julia Ave. See details above. […]
Members of the pioneering team of Intellivision video game designers known as The Blue Sky Rangers will be at The Comic Bug comic book store in Manhattan Beach 1 p.m. Saturday, Jan. 22 to meet fans that grew up on the team’s games. The event will feature contests, an exhibit of development artwork, and a […]
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 […]