Chez Melange stays ahead of the curve with a new name and a new focus
by Richard Foss There was a time when restaurants fit into categories, serving only the French, German, Mexican, Italian, American coffee shop, or whatever else was their specialty. California cuisine blew up that expectation, creating eclectic cuisine as its own category. Suddenly you had to scan the menu carefully and weigh unanticipated flavor combinations in […]
The 15th Annual Walk for Life to support cancer patients
Peninsula High School Walk to fight cancer The Cancer Support Community of Redondo Beach (CSCRB) was one of two beneficiaries of the 15th Annual Walk for Life to support cancer patients on February 24 at Peninsula High School (PVPHS). More than 1,100 students, faculty, and members of the community took part in the walk. The […]
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.
Bill Sewell will be signing his book, Nonofficial Asset, at the Mysterious Galaxy Bookstore at 2810 Artisia Blvd on Saturday November 3 from 2:30 – 3:30 p.m. Call 310-542-6000 for more information.
As 2010 winds down, real estate prices are being anxiously watched, and not just by Realtors. Real estate brought the economy down three years ago. Now, there is hope that real estate will lead a recovery in 2011. Investment Advisor Stuart Chaussee recently spoke to four of the South Bay’s most successful Realtors. [Read More]