The Creole charisma of Stephen Domingue, the indefatigable owner of Rajun Cajun Café on Pier Avenue, will be on display in the reality TV show “The Great Food Truck Race,” set to premier on Food Network Aug. 15.
The City Council has a difficult determination to make in the wake of the city’s loss in court to Building a Better Redondo over a public vote on harbor zoning: figuring out what exactly the current zoning is.
When swimmer Alex Kostich hove into view of the Manhattan Beach Pier, he was so far ahead of his 1,000-plus competitors in the annual Dwight Crum Pier-to-Pier 2 mile swim that spectators at the railing had trouble believing he was part of the race.
A Superior Court judge last week ruled in favor of citizens group Building a Better Redondo in its lawsuit against the city with a strongly worded ruling that will force a public vote on harbor area zoning changes.
by Randy Angel
Scores of young athletes competed at the Manhattan Beach Badminton Club last week, thriving on international competition while demonstrating that the sport is much more than a recreational activity played at picnics.
The lure of the water was too much for Rochelle “Rockie” Curdes to ignore. A recent graduate from Mira Costa, Curdes played ice hockey, softball and basketball during high school but admits she was captivated by what she calls a “love-hate relationship” with rowing at the Marina Aquatic Center (MAC) in Marina Del Rey. The […]
Torrance Memorial Medical Center hosts H. Elena Rodriguez, MD, OB/GYN and Cynthia Williams, MD, Endocrinology in a panel discussion, “Hot and Getting Hotter? The Health of Women in their 40s, 50s and 60s,” on Tuesday, August 10, 7:30 p.m. at Shade Hotel. This free community health education lecture is part of the center’s Miracle of […]