The Hermosa Fine Arts Festival was founded in 2002 and has developed into one of the most prestigious outdoor art shows in Southern California.
City celebrates ‘La La Land’ Hermosa Beach will honor its place in jazz and the award-winning movie “La La Land” next week with a series of events and live musical performances. Between Wednesday and Saturday next week, the vintage streetlights mounted on the pier for the scene in which star Ryan Gosling sang “City of […]
The third annual Hotdoggers Championships took place in Hermosa Beach on Saturday September 29th and we were there to capture the fun. The waves were toe to ankle high but it didn’t seem to stop the competitors from having a blast!
Hermosa’s punk history
Lazy Acres to open Lazy Acres Natural Market holds its grand opening this Saturday morning. The store, located at the intersection of Artesia Boulevard and Pacific Coast Highway in a structure that until recently was used by Hope Chapel, opens at 7 a.m. Although the church owns the property and had been using the area […]
David Nuuhiwa and fellow Golden Era Hermosa Beach surf stars Mike Purpus and John Joseph were reunited at the Hermosa Beach pier for the Hermosa Beach Hotdogger Championships.
by Ryan McDonald The Oct. 3 crowd massed on Hermosa Avenue looked a bit different than what passes for typical in downtown Hermosa Beach these days. There were suits and yoga mats and green juices, to be sure, but there were also more visible tattoos, more skateboards, and a couple beverages in brown paper bags. […]
Hermosa Beach has been at the center of two genres of music which might seem to have nothing to do with one another: jazz and punk. How that came to be, and how much the two actually have in common, is the subject of “Jazz v. Punk: Hermosa Beach” the featured film of this year’s […]