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 July 20, 2018  David Mendez

Mixed-use moratorium set to expire

by David Mendez A one-year moratorium on new mixed-use developments will not be extended. Four votes were required for the moratorium to be extended for…

Over the past four decades, Hermosa’s Comedy and Magic Club has built up loyalty from fans of comedy: those in the crowd, and on the stage
 July 20, 2018  Ryan McDonald

Over the past four decades, Hermosa’s Comedy and Magic Club has built up loyalty from fans of comedy: those in the crowd, and on the stage

by Ryan McDonald Last week, in a proclamation honoring the Comedy and Magic Club’s 40th anniversary and declaring July to be “Comedy and Magic month,”…

Family dead in double-murder, suicide
 July 20, 2018  David Mendez

Family dead in double-murder, suicide

by David Mendez A family of three was killed last Wednesday night along the Esplanade in what Redondo Beach Police believe was a double-murder and…

 July 19, 2018  Ryan McDonald

Hermosa Beach About Town

AVP in Hermosa Beach The Association of Volleyball Professionals returns to Hermosa Beach next week with the Hermosa Beach Open. The tournament kicks off next…

 July 19, 2018  Mark McDermott

Manhattan Beach About Town

Rounder’s Founders On July 24, four of the Roundhouse Aquarium founders will discuss the challenges and rewards of starting a marine studies lab in the…

 David Mendez

Redondo Beach About Town

Redondo Beach About Town

Public Works staff honored for stopping fire Redondo Beach Public Works staffers Alfonso Macias and Tyler Williams were commended at the Monday, July 16 Public Safety Commission for quickly quashing a small fire at the Redondo Pier. It was late on Sunday, May 6, when Macias and Williams smelled smoke near Old Tony’s, at the […]

 Kevin Cody

Easy Reader Anniversary Writing, Photography and Cartooning contest guidelines

Easy Reader Anniversary Writing, Photography and Cartooning contest guidelines

Easy Reader/Beach 48th Anniversary Writing, Photography and Cartoon Contest Entry Guidelines

 Mark McDermott

Historic California Craftsman house meets wrecking ball

Historic California  Craftsman house  meets wrecking ball

  by Mark McDermott Two women with a combined 124 years living near the intersection of 9th Street and Highview stood with tears in their eyes on the morning of July 2. They were witnessing the violent departure a beloved neighbor —  a century-old California Craftsman home, which was being demolished by a large excavator. […]

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