by Yvonne Liu
Before movine his practice to San Pedro a year-and-a-half ago, Palos Verdes Peninsula resident Speiser had a busy Long Beach practice driving between 100 to 250 miles each day to eight hospitals for 19 years.
by Kari Sayers
As a vice president, she is responsible fo the academic programs at the college, meaning the instruction, delivery and assessment.
by Betty Lukas
Creative Trio prepare for the 25th annual living depictions of religious art.
For the upcoming premiere of the musical “The Rose Bowl Queens,” tiaras and fringed sashes are unwelcome. A split fingernail suffered by a float-riding Pasadena parader is nothing compared to the pain of watching your anchor leave a Bucket, Bedposts or the Big Four. The pasted-on smile of television’s New Year’s debutante isn’t remotely as […]
by Marlys Lindenmuth
With a love of cooking, Carole Kopecek shares some of her Czech recipes from her early childhood.
by Joan Erzer Behrens “Peninsula Heritage School won my heart the first time I walked up the steps holding my little boy’s hand to enter preschool,” explains PHS Head of School Patricia Cailler. “My son will soon be going for his Ph.D., and the loving, caring environment continues to be a hallmark of Peninsula Heritage. […]
Marilyn and Frank Schaffer, now both in their early 80s, married 63 years and the parents of five successful sons and 11 grandchildren, have lived on the Peninsula for more than 51 of those years, all of which are major accomplishments. And soon, another kudo will be heaped on their overflowing life for their service […]
by Fran Pullara
Jane and Jim are always busy with books, travel, and the community.
Uphill battles are part of every athlete’s career, no matter how long or short it may be. The mountains the record setters and history makers must conquer loom even larger, but for Eden Serina, it’s the downhill battle that can earn her a place in the record books. Serina’s passion for snowboarding has led the […]