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.