Redondo transitional kindergarten through 2nd grade gets waiver to return to school, but teachers are hesitant
Redondo transitional kindergarten through 2nd grade get waiver to return to school, but teachers are hesitant
by Paul Teetor So many questions. So many right answers. So far. Could the USC football team win a game when its best player, sophomore quarterback Kedon Slovis, played awful ball for most of the game? Could USC Coach Clay Helton guide his team to another fantastic finish over yet another unranked team it was […]
by Rachel Reeves The City of Redondo Beach has applied for permits to dredge King Harbor. If approved, this will be the third time the harbor has been dredged since 1988. As sediment moves naturally down the coast, it piles up at the breakwater, a porous wall of rocks. Gradually, material gets through, builds […]
by Dan Blackburn Hoping to discourage homeless people from establishing encampments in the city, the Redondo Beach City Council amended an existing ordinance to stiffen rules governing times and locations where overnight camping may occur. The first reading of the measure passed 5-0, and will be before the council Dec. 1 for a final vote. […]
By Jeff Mitchell Beach Wheels After all these years, the venerable Toyota Corolla remains America’s sweetheart of compact sedans. After having recently spent a week with a newly refreshed Corolla XSE tester, I can say with confidence that consumer demand for this compact will only increase as consumers realize it is their perfect “go-to” […]
Between 2010 and 2019, Redondo Beach had four cycling fatalities and eight pedestrian fatalities. By contrast Hermosa Beach had no cycling or pedestrian fatalities. Manhattan had one cycling death and one pedestrian death.
Former KCAL reporter Erica Mandy launches a news podcast that’s ‘fast, fair and fun’
South Bay Archery Lessons, founded in 2017 by former Carson High School teacher Paul Farbman, is attracting increasing numbers of archers to the ancient sport.
A Redondo Beach store-front marijuana dispensary operating openly, but apparently unlawfully, was raided early Thursday by a dozen or more local and state law enforcement officers.
“I was there during Watergate. The people who saved the country were Republicans. Senators Howard Baker, Bill Cohen. Enough Republicans found their voices.” -- Joe Biden, Nov. 24, 2017 in Redondo Beach
President-elect Joe Biden foresees a “battle for the soul of the nation” in Redondo Beach in 2007
Witches coven at Haunted Harbor.
A fog bank rolled into Redondo’s Haunted Harbor early Halloween morning. When the fog lifted, over 100 witches and warlocks appeared gliding across the water. The coven was convened by stand-up paddlers Erin Hansen, Veronica McGregor and Alison Parsons. The three witches were inspired by a similar gathering of stand-up paddleboard witches in Morro Bay, […]
by Paul Teetor Justin Turner should never be allowed to play another game for the Los Angeles Dodgers. And if he manages to catch on with some other team next season, Major League Baseball Commissioner Rob Manfred should suspend him for 25 or even 50 games to start the season. These are not easy words […]
by Neely Swanson “Proxima,” the thoughtful film directed and co-written by Alice Winocour, is complicated in ways that she may not have intended. Working with a top notch international cast, she has produced a nuanced, intimate portrait of a conflicted woman about to leave on the trip of a lifetime. Sarah, a French astronaut, […]
by Kevin Cody Redondo Beach resident Trisha Murakawa was named the winner in the El Camino College District 3 race Wednesday morning, after having received 21,456 votes. Hermosa Beach resident Siannah Collado Boutte had 14,011 votes and Peter Elhamey Aziz had 3,777 votes. An unspecified number of provisional ballots remained to be counted. Murakawa […]