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Rolling Hills Country Club unveils new David McLay Kidd-designed golf course

Rolling Hills Country Club celebrates the opening of its new golf course, designed by celebrated golf course designer David McLay Kidd.

by Kevin Cody The day before David McLay Kidd was to hit the ceremonial tee shot, celebrating the opening of the new Rolling Hills Country Club golf course, he and wife Tara Dayer-Smith dove over the course in their single engine Cirrus SR22 with the stylized Scottish flag on the tail. “Like a Stuka,” Kidd […]

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Modern Zen Architect Luis de Moraes sought harmony through design at the western tip of Rancho Palos Verdes

Modern Zen  Architect Luis de Moraes sought harmony through design at the western tip of Rancho Palos Verdes

Architect Luis de Moraes sought harmony through design at the western tip of Rancho Palos Verdes

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Continental’s Lundquist receives El Segundo’s Champion of Business Award

Continental’s Lundquist receives El Segundo’s Champion of Business Award

Rolling Hills resident Richard Lundquist was presented with the City of El Segundo Champion of Business award.

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El Camino College’s new president Dena Maloney encourages business partnerships

El Camino College’s new president Dena Maloney encourages business partnerships

This past February, Dena Maloney was named the sixth president in El Camino college’s six decade history and its first female president. Maloney keeps a copy of the 1947 Warrior yearbook in her office for reasons other than the obvious fondness for her father, a member of the College’s inaugural class. The yearbook is a reminder of El Camino’s future.

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Bhumitra’s journey from Indian boarding school to Palos Verdes prominence

Bhumitra’s journey from Indian boarding school to Palos Verdes prominence

Arun Bhumitra opened his first cell phone store in 1987 on Hawthorne Boulevard in Torrance. Today the Palos Verdes resident and his brother Maxy, who lives in New York, own 200 cell phone stores with 800 employees in 18 states, plus a cell phone store in Brussels and a software company in Ireland.

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Art on the wall and on the plate

Art on the wall and on the plate

Chef Brett Hickey makes the Palos Verdes Art Center a destination for food, as well as art When you’re opening a new restaurant and want to attract a sophisticated clientele, you might tell your designer you want the place to look “artsy.” They’ll know just what you mean and will know where to go to […]

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CA 51 Killer Whale family returns to South Bay

CA 51 Killer Whale family returns to South Bay

A pod of orcas, known by the name of its matriarch CA 51, has returned to the South Bay.

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The regeneration of Dr. Chen

Despite an office the size of a small company in a 350,000 square foot building on nine acres with a Chinese antiquities museum and a botanical garden, there is nothing in Dr. Tei-Fu Chen’s manner to suggest he is a billionaire. His office’s piped in music is The Kingston Trio, Peter Paul and Mary and […]

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South Bay Attorney Directory

A special advertising supplement of Beach, Peninsula People magazine and Easy Reader Business Baker, Burton & Lundy, P.C. Kent Burton, Kirk Retz 515 Pier Avenue, Hermosa Beach, CA90254 (310) 376-9893 www.bakerburtonlundy.com   Guzman Law Group Denise M. Guzman, Joe Donnini, Carla B. Hoffman, Carol T. Contes, Alisha J. Walker 1230 Rosecrans Avenue, Suite 650, Manhattan […]

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Attorneys Baker, Burton and Lundy: Small town giant slayers

[Paid content] From its modest Hermosa Beach storefront, Baker, Burton & Lundy plays David to rival Goliaths, counting among its victories a complex anti-trust settlement worth $2 billion to California energy consumers. The 38-year-old firm, which moved down the coast from Venice in 1980, is seeking to break new ground, once again, with a case […]

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