More than 3,500 runners wound through the city streets early Saturday morning, finishing at the pier for the 42nd annual running of the Manhattan Beach 10K.
The lone lifeguard tower on El Segundo Beach is now sporting a bright, hopeful shade of pink.
The Hometown Fair brought thousands to Manhattan Beach Oct.5-6 for the 47th year.
The police officers, firefighters and lifeguards tasked with protecting their community got a tasty honor Saturday morning, Sept. 28, during the Hermosa Heroes Pancake Breakfast at the city’s lifeguard headquarters.
More than 100 classic cars lined the Redondo Beach Pier for the 16th Annual Rods, Rides & Relics Car Show on The Pier Sunday, Sept. 29.
The 2019 Walk to End Alzheimer’s strode through 14 Southern California communities on Saturday, Sept. 21 — including a beach cities walk that spanned from the Hermosa Beach to Manhattan Beach piers.
As the nation marked the 18th anniversary of the worst terror attack on U.S. soil, grade schoolers in Manhattan Beach began the day with America's Assembly.
The 11th annual Taste at the Beach fundraiser benefiting Hermosa Beach schools took place Aug. 24. Presented by the Hermosa Beach Kiwanis Club, the event featured gourmet dishes, wine, beer, spirits, a silent auction and music from Brian Sisson. For more information, visit tasteatthebeach.org.
It was a vintage car lover’s dream in downtown El Segundo on Saturday at the 22nd annual Main Street Car Show.
Set in the big city-themed New York Street behind the Manhattan Beach Studios, some of the community’s best restaurants and craft breweries gathered for an afternoon packed with good food, drink and company.
The 57th annual International Surf Festival was in full swing on Friday evening as LA County Lifeguards showed off their ocean skills at the Hermosa Beach Pier.
It was a fitting almost-end for the South Bay's five-day International Surf Festival.
When the International Surf Festival began in 1962, it of course, began with a surf contest.
More than 300 volunteers spent Saturday, July 26, at the beach, matched one-on-one with at-risk kids from schools, shelters and foster care programs across Los Angeles County.
Phillip Bester and Ingrid Gamarra Martins won the Men's and Women's Open singles championships at the 52nd annual Manhattan Beach Open Tennis Tournament on Sunday, July 28.
The 2019 Hermosa Beach Open is underway today with opening rounds of the main draw tournament.
Dozens of cyclists zoomed through a mile-long loop as part of the 58th annual Chevron Manhattan Beach Grand Prix on Sunday, July 21.
The 13th annual White Light White Night event again shone brightly Saturday night at Top of the Plaza at Continental Park in El Segundo, buoying the nonprofit Walk With Sally, which offers mentoring programs for children who are living with or have lost a parent or sibling to cancer.
The federally endangered El Segundo Blue Butterfly makes an appearance among the sea-cliff buckwheat planted along the pathway leading down to Torrance Beach on July 13, 2019.
Before 8 a.m., the shoreline south of the Hermosa Pier was already filled with hundreds of beach goers and costumed athletes for the 25th annual Smackfest Volleyball Beach Tournament.
After last year when Redondo Beach City Council caught flak for holding fireworks on July 1 during a weekend, instead of mid-week, this year, the only sparks that flew were in the air over King Harbor.
Dozens gathered in Redondo Beach’s Veteran’s Park on Esplande on Monday, May 27, 2019 to commemorate members of the armed forces who gave their lives in service for our country. The keynote speaker was Judge John Lonergan, an LA Superior Court judge and retired U.S. Army Colonel. Also partic…
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With the shining sun, ocean breeze, and continuously pouring taps, it was a picturesque Southern California summer afternoon for the Fourth Annual Beach Cities Beer and Wine Festival at the Seaside Lagoon in Redondo Beach Saturday, April 20.
In honor of Easter, Hope Chapel in Hermosa Beach hosted its annual Easter Egg Hunt at Hermosa Valley Park Saturday morning, April 20. Before the children arrived, organizers scattered 30,000 Easter eggs around the park for them to search for.
Putting its annual rhythmic spin on the Christian tradition, the 17th annual Palm Sunday Taiko Drum Procession was staged at American Martyrs’ Catholic Church in Manhattan Beach on Sunday.
Redondo Beach’s Ragin’ Cajun Cafe kicked off the warm, sunny weekend with its Crawfish Jamboree, shipping in hundreds of live crawfish and shrimp from Louisiana to the Seaside Lagoon.
The traditional opening day of boating typically involves a pronouncement that the harbor is clear of ice and debris. This is a necessary determination on the East Coast where most of the boating traditions in America began.
It was cotton candy and carnival rides last weekend at the annual Springfest Carnival and Community Event at the Redondo Beach Performing Arts Center parking lot, 1935 Manhattan Beach Blvd.
Of eleven teams that competed in the recent South Bay Invitational swim meet at Mira Costa High, the following finished in first place:
Thousands of spectators were treated to a special St. Patrick's Day parade on the day before the holiday as Hermosa Beach celebrated its 25th anniversary of the event.
More than 1,200 people turned out Sunday morning for the St. Patrick's Day 5K in Redondo Beach.
Friends of Redondo Beach Arts hosted an en plein air painting event Saturday, March 9, along the Redondo Beach Esplanade.
An array of kites filled the Redondo Beach skies Sunday afternoon — each boasting different colors, shapes and sizes. Some seemed to defy the odds by staying airborne.
Dominik Wroblewski was just out looking for some beach scenery to shoot with his drone on Saturday, Jan. 26, 2019. He found it.
Thousands of people filled the streets of Manhattan Beach Boulevard and along the waterfront Sunday night to enjoy the 30th annual holiday fireworks show sponsored by Skechers.
The Woman’s Club of Hermosa Beach has been flipping flapjacks for more than a quarter century.
The entirely volunteer-led 46th annual Hometown Fair drew thousands to Manhattan Beach over the weekend.
The following video was prepared by Redondo Beach Mayor Bill Brand for a presentation before the Mayor's Institute of Community Development on Sept 7.