The Redondo Beach Chamber of Commerce recently celebrated Harcourts Hunter Mason Realty’s new office in the Riviera Village with a ribbon cutting. Pictured here (center) are owner/broker Courtney Self and Broker Tony Self, and Redondo Beach Chamber of Commerce boardmembers and ambassadors, s…

The Pacific Stranded owners Daniel Inez and John Hudson established business on Hermosa Avenue a couple years ago. The success from predominantly being an online-based business has allowed them, for the first time ever, to open their doors to the public.

Skechers USA, Inc. rang the NYSE Closing Bell on June 4 to celebrate its 20th year as a public company—a milestone that marks its ascent from an up-and-coming footwear brand into one of the world’s leading athletic lifestyle footwear companies.

Beach Cities Rover, located at 529 N. Pacific Coast Highway in Redondo Beach, recently celebrated its grand opening with a ribbon cutting by the Redondo Beach Chamber of Commerce. Pictured are Jesse Bulen and Morgan Bulen (center) with chamber CEO Dominik Knoll, chamber ambassadors Nadia Ant…

Our Village, located at 2627 Manhattan Beach Blvd. No. 202, recently celebrated its grand opening with a ribbon cutting by the Redondo Beach Chamber of Commerce. Pictured are Executive Director Monica Fyfe and Our Village Board Members Michael Stamolis, Albert Knapp Jr, and Julie Brown along…

Choosing flowers for a wedding and reception can be almost as important as choosing wedding attire. According to Laurel McCulloch of Redondo Beach florist Magic Blooms, many bridal couples now choose the images of flowers they like from social media sites, such as Pinterest or Instagram.

M’pressions owners Wayne and Naoko Page have offered unusual and spiritual gifts in Riviera Village for more than 20 years. They dove into their Redondo Beach business when a surf store offered a sub-lease and never looked back.

Making the holidays a “bright cheery time” for small business owners in Hermosa Beach as well throughout the year is the goal of the recently formed Downtown Hermosa Business Association, a coalition of businesses on Pier Avenue, Hermosa Avenue, Pier Plaza and The Strand.

Gene Simmons and Rock & Brews, which he co-founded with KISS frontman Paul Stanley, paid tribute to veterans, active duty military and first responders with free food at its El Segundo on Sunday.

The Pacific Stranded owners Daniel Inez and John Hudson established business on Hermosa Avenue a couple years ago. The success from predominantly being an online-based business has allowed them, for the first time ever, to open their doors to the public.

Skechers USA, Inc. rang the NYSE Closing Bell on June 4 to celebrate its 20th year as a public company—a milestone that marks its ascent from an up-and-coming footwear brand into one of the world’s leading athletic lifestyle footwear companies.

Beach Cities Rover, located at 529 N. Pacific Coast Highway in Redondo Beach, recently celebrated its grand opening with a ribbon cutting by the Redondo Beach Chamber of Commerce. Pictured are Jesse Bulen and Morgan Bulen (center) with chamber CEO Dominik Knoll, chamber ambassadors Nadia Ant…

Our Village, located at 2627 Manhattan Beach Blvd. No. 202, recently celebrated its grand opening with a ribbon cutting by the Redondo Beach Chamber of Commerce. Pictured are Executive Director Monica Fyfe and Our Village Board Members Michael Stamolis, Albert Knapp Jr, and Julie Brown along…

M’pressions owners Wayne and Naoko Page have offered unusual and spiritual gifts in Riviera Village for more than 20 years. They dove into their Redondo Beach business when a surf store offered a sub-lease and never looked back.

Making the holidays a “bright cheery time” for small business owners in Hermosa Beach as well throughout the year is the goal of the recently formed Downtown Hermosa Business Association, a coalition of businesses on Pier Avenue, Hermosa Avenue, Pier Plaza and The Strand.

Gene Simmons and Rock & Brews, which he co-founded with KISS frontman Paul Stanley, paid tribute to veterans, active duty military and first responders with free food at its El Segundo on Sunday.

Dudley's Records Vintage Vinyl, located at 4633 Torrance Blvd. in Torrance, celebrated its first anniversary on Oct. 13. The store sells hundreds of records, CDs, cassettes, posters, T-shirts, and other music related merchandise. Pictured are owner Bill Dudley and clerks Jesse Chavez-Gallell…

When Bob Shanman opened a franchise of Wild Birds Unlimited Nature Shop in Torrance 23 years ago, he hosted a fundraiser for South Bay Wildlife Rehab. That relationship continues to this day even as Wild Birds Unlimited recently moved to a new location in Redondo Beach.

Founder and owner Amber Susa Jewett started a unique holistic health sanctuary when she opened Allomi in Redondo Beach in January. With this studio, located in Riviera Village, Jewett was determined to “integrate movement, meditation and mindfulness.”

A full-service vision care provider, Look Optometry offers patients comfortable vision care with a personalized approach and cutting-edge technology. Located in Metlox Plaza in Manhattan Beach, Dr. Ryan Stybel provides complete eye exams, contact lenses, glasses, glaucoma testing, and a wide…

Klatch Coffee recently celebrated its grand opening with a ribbon cutting by the Redondo Beach Chamber of Commerce. Based in Los Angeles, this is the fourth location for this family business. Klatch coffees have won numerous awards, including “Overall Champion, Golden Bean” and “Good Food Aw…

Pho Hue Oi Vietnamese Cuisine, located at 4051 Inglewood Ave. No. 101, recently celebrated its grand opening, coinciding with the Vietnamese New Year and TET, with a Lion Dance and a ribbon cutting by the Redondo Beach Chamber of Commerce.

Hermosa Beach’s Gilles Vanpoucke and Ben Chan created the start-up sock company Fritz and Chewy, named after their rescue dogs, to help canines in need, but to also follow a passion to become part of the garment industry.

Since closing its doors in Redondo Beach in 2014, Mysterious Galaxy has maintained a presence in the beach cites with pop-up events and collaborations with libraries and businesses. It still operates its original location in San Diego.