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 Kevin Cody

Beach Streaming: From Easy Reader/HermosaOne

Music and other streaming events from throughout the South Bay. To be included in the Easy Reader/HermosaOne.com streaming calendar, email details to Calendar at EasyReaderNews.com or post details at HermosaOne.com.  Thursday, May 14 Hermosa Brewing Company Live Music: Nick Shattuck. 7 p.m. HBC has teamed up with HBEF and local musicians to live stream a […]

 Mark McDermott

Manhattan Beach reopens its Strand 

Manhattan Beach reopens its Strand 

by Mark McDermott  The Manhattan Beach City Council voted to immediately reopen the city’s portion of The Strand in a 3-2 vote Thursday morning.  The vote came in the wake of an extension of LA County’s “Safer At Home” public health order released Wednesday, which extended most social distancing measures first implemented in March, including […]

 Kevin Cody

Tower 60’s Alex Abad: The Mask Man of El Segundo

Tower 60’s Alex Abad: The Mask Man of El Segundo

Tower 60 masks advance wearing masks as both a fashion and social statement. Sales benefit the El Segundo Ed Foundation.

 Dan Smith

Dear Class of 2020

Dear Class of 2020

COVID-19 Leads to Creativity, New Rituals for this year's Grads

By Kerianne Lawson, Chief Programs Officer, Beach Cities Health District Dear Class of 2020, Spring has always been an optimistic time for high school seniors. Rituals, rites of passage and celebrations give us the opportunity to honor where we’ve come from before moving on to our next adventure.  But how do we do that this […]

 Jefferson Graham

The beach is back

The beach is back

The beaches of Manhattan, Hermosa and Redondo re-opened Wednesday morning on a limited basis, available to joggers, walkers and water enthusiasts. The piers and Strand are still closed, although the signs didn’t stop the skateboarders and walkers from enjoying the Strand Wednesday morning.  Los Angeles County has now opened all the beaches more than six […]

 Ryan McDonald

Thousands ignore stay-at-home orders to catch South Bay’s sparkling seas

Thousands ignore stay-at-home orders to catch South Bay’s sparkling seas

by Ryan McDonald Thousands of people headed for the sand in the South Bay this past weekend, defying stay-at-home orders and beach closures put in place to combat the spread of the coronavirus. Officers with the Hermosa Beach Police Department estimated the Saturday night crowd in the city’s downtown and beaches at between 2,000 and […]

 Dan Smith

USC, L.A. County COVID-19 Antibody Tests Conducted at Performing Arts Center

USC, L.A. County COVID-19 Antibody Tests Conducted at Performing Arts Center

By Dan Smith, BCHD The Redondo Beach Performing Arts Center served as a test site for a team from the Keck School of Medicine at USC and L.A. County public health officials, who conducted drive-thru antibody testing this past Friday and Saturday as part of a COVID-19 Serosurveillance Study. 125 individuals were tested at the […]

 Jefferson Graham

Cris Bennett — Serving up 40 years of Good Stuff in South Bay

by Jefferson Graham Last month, while the coronavirus had forced Chris Bennett to close his four Good Stuff restaurant dining rooms and shift to take-out only, he reached out to the 45,000 subscribers on the Good Stuff email. Donate $20 and Good Stuff would prepare two meals for health workers at the Providence Little Company […]

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