Eight of the U.S’ top women’s beach volleyball teams play a practice tournament at Hermosa’s historic 16th Street courts.
Not since the 2005 shut down of Clark Foam, which supplied 80 percent of surfboard blanks, had the surf industry’s future looked as uncertain as when COVID-19 shut down retail last March.
Long time Hermosa Beach resident Mike Blount passed away Friday October 16 from complications from throat cancer surgery. Blount had been in a coma for 15 months as a result of surgery. He was single, never married and had just purchased a home in San Pedro. Blount was a Leap Year baby having been born […]
Throughout most of his life Tim Banas’s pro level athleticism, male model good looks, harmonica playing and hail fellow well met manner made him an admired and welcomed fixture in the surf lineup and neighborhood volleyball tournaments.
A paddleout for longtime Hermosa Beach surfer, free diver and tradesman Tim Banas, shown surfing at Indicator, will be held Saturday, Oct. 17 at 10 a.m. at 2nd Street, in Hermosa Beach.
Volley4Sound, a volleyball tournament in Hermosa Beach that raises money and awareness for issues faced by the deaf and hard of hearing by requiring players to wear earplugs, will host an online auction this weekend after the pandemic forced the cancellation of the annual event. Volley4Sound is the creaiton of Kelsey Brandin, a hearing impaired […]
by Kevin Cody Ever since opening his computer repair shop at 26th Street and Hermosa Avenue in 1984, Tom Serafin has been known throughout town as “The Computer Guy.” Most of his consultations were conducted on The Strand, during his daily walks to breakfast with friends at La Playita or Scotty’s. He was the last […]
A five-year effort to promote utility undergrounding in a section of Hermosa Beach gained approval Tuesday night after residents voiced support for the new Greenwich Village North Underground Utilities Assessment District.
Beach city residents are invited to submit their haunted house stories for “Haunting Stories of the South Bay,” a talk by Chris Miller to be presented by the Hermosa Beach Historical Society on Oct. 29 at 6:30 p.m. The talk is one in a series of Zoom programs the Historical Society is presenting each […]
A web page dedicated to Hermosa Beach Veterans will debut at HermosaBeach.gov on November 1. The page will include a history of the “Veterans are timeless” sundial memorial on the lawn in front of the Community Center and information about the annual Veterans Day Commemoration and Candlelight Ceremony, as well as information about how to […]
by Vicki Patman, Matt Seidler, Zachary Warren, Alex Mack, Jim Anderson Greenwich Village Underground Association As we are approaching October 13, when ballots will be counted to determine whether or not the Hermosa Beach City Council should establish an electrical undergrounding district on Hermosa Avenue/The Strand in North Hermosa, we would like to address some misgivings […]
While attending El Camino in 2001, Siannah Collado Boutte was elected Student Representative to the Board of Trustees, where she came under the mentorship of Area 3 Trustee Bill Beverly. Collado Boutte is now seeking election to the Area 3 seat. Bill Beverly, an attorney, is retiring from the board after serving for three decades.
Judge rules Hermosa Beach Councilmember Armato was biased during vote that led to CrossFit Gym closing
Hermosa Beach council member Stacey Armato was biased when she voted in 2018 on a resolution declaring CrossFit Horsepower gym a public “nuisance,” a Los Angeles Superior Court judge has tentatively ruled.
Some North End, Hermosa Beach Strand homeowners are balking at plans to underground utilities behind their homes, saying they were not properly informed of a pending vote on the “Greenwich Village North Undergrounding District.”
Hermosa Beach city officials Tuesday evening adopted a state-recommended hiatus on private residential and commercial rental evictions that will extend through Jan.31, 2021, subject to satisfaction of specific requirements.