South Bay Weekend: H.P. Lovecraft Film Fest, The Doll, Bye Bye Birdie, No Promises Tour, Kentucky Derby Viewing, Surf Contest, Dylanfest & More

South Bay Weekend: H.P. Lovecraft Film Fest, The Doll, Bye Bye Birdie, No Promises Tour, Kentucky Derby Viewing, Surf Contest, Dylanfest & More

The sixth H.P. Lovecraft Film Festival held this weekend at the classic art deco Warner Grand Theatre in San Pedro brings the weird and horrific tales of Lovecraft to the screen adapted by professionals, amateurs and fans of the macabre. Join the many tales & strange tentacles May 1st, 2nd, and 3rd for three days […]

El Segundo Hometown Fair & Carnival this Saturday

El Segundo Hometown Fair & Carnival this Saturday

The second location for Chevron’s oil refinery is scenically located between Santa Monica Bay and LAX where right against an odoriferous array of middle class America sits El Segundo. Internationally known and recognized as the “Midwest” of the South Bay, this small town hamlet hosts a gold mine of unique restaurants, bars, and personalities. Known […]

South Bay Weekend: Sunday Funday, ‘Cats’, Beatles Interactive, TBS, Earth Day Events, Roller Derby, Bunka-Sai Festival & Walk Cabrillo

South Bay Weekend: Sunday Funday, ‘Cats’, Beatles Interactive, TBS, Earth Day Events, Roller Derby, Bunka-Sai Festival & Walk Cabrillo

Playfully put away April and the many months to come with BALEENkitchen as they turn the last Sunday of every month into a Funday complete with epicurean delights, live music and sea-side views. Their second Sunday Funday Marina Concert & Cookout of 2015 makes an average weekend better. From 3 to 6 pm this Sunday […]

South Bay Weekend: Art at Plaza Riviera, Chalk Art Challenge, SpringFest, UMFF Film Festival, Perla Batalla, Vette Set Car Show, ESMoA & LA Local Craft Beer & Food Fest

South Bay Weekend: Art at Plaza Riviera, Chalk Art Challenge, SpringFest, UMFF Film Festival, Perla Batalla, Vette Set Car Show, ESMoA & LA Local Craft Beer & Food Fest

Chalk, that old school medium scratches, colors, and depicts scenes commemorating Earth Day along Redondo Beach’s Sea Wall this Saturday. Sponsored by the King Harbor Association, the 5th illustration of KHA’s Chalk Art Challenge is this Saturday from 10:00am to 2:00pm, the event is open to the public and all artists of every skill level […]

Silver Anniversary, 25th Bob Dylanfest Rolls into Torrance Cultural Arts Center

Silver Anniversary, 25th Bob Dylanfest Rolls into Torrance Cultural Arts Center

Celebrate the songs of an artist who changed the course of popular music when Andy Hill & Renee Safier and their band Hard Rain host the 25th Annual Bob Dylanfest Sunday May 3rd outside the Torrance Cultural Arts Center. What began as a backyard party now brings to life the vast treasure trove of Bob […]

Universe Multicultural Film Festival Returns with World View on Cinema

Universe Multicultural Film Festival Returns with World View on Cinema

Universe Multicultural Film Festival’s annual celebration brings together cinephiles, filmmakers and artists to explore some of the most original features in world cinema this weekend up on the Promenade in Rolling Hills Estates. This year UMFF will screen 57 short films from 24 countries, 18 feature films from 10 countries and 12 screenplays from five […]

South Bay Weekend: Special Olympics World Games Benefits, Mustache Harbor, Film Festival, Anniversary Brew, Art on the Plaza, Opera Cinematic Series

South Bay Weekend: Special Olympics World Games Benefits, Mustache Harbor, Film Festival, Anniversary Brew, Art on the Plaza, Opera Cinematic Series

Many South Bay cities in and around the bubble have offered their services as Host Towns for upcoming Special Olympics World Games Los Angeles that take place around the city July 25th to August 2nd. The cities of El Segundo, Hermosa Beach, Manhattan Beach and Redondo Beach have been officially selected to participate in the […]

Restaurant of the Month: Lucille’s Smokehouse Bar-B-Cue in Torrance

Restaurant of the Month: Lucille’s Smokehouse Bar-B-Cue in Torrance

Del Amo Mall in Torrance is undergoing a facelift from its 1980s contemporary suburban slumber to a more up-scale “lifestyle center” theme, soon to be anchored by newer shops and restaurants like Nordstom’s and Victoria Secret. The mighty myth of malls across America has not been financially prosperous this century with many being made into […]