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“The piano has been a sideline all my life,” Dan Platus said, fingering the keys on the grand piano that he plays weekly in the lobby of Torrance Memorial Medical Center. His hair was white, but his eyes were as bright blue as the shirt he wore that identified him as a Torrance Memorial volunteer.

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As with any good Broadway show, there were laughs, tears, music and poignant moments at the Encore Circle’s Opening Night Celebration dinner for the Palos Verdes Performing Arts’ 36th season. The evening’s star was multi-platinum recording artist Michael Feinstein, who captivated the Norris …

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Marlin More lives in Rolling Hills Estates with her husband and her two Tennessee Walking horses. She volunteers for the USO, she’s the Corresponding Secretary for the Dapplegray Parents Teachers Association, she helps in the school library, and she volunteers in her granddaughter’s second- …

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When I was going to school, back-to-school shopping was simple. It was, at most, a three-step process that my mom and I completed in a weekend. It included: one stop for school supplies and one or two stops for new clothes and shoes.

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For a little bit of Provence right here in the South Bay, you couldn’t beat Chefs and Cellars 2018, a food and wine tasting presented by The Associates, a support group for the Palos Verdes Art Center.

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Mike Hershman and his wife, Carole, have lived in Rancho Palos Verdes for more than forty years. After retiring from the commercial real estate business in 2006, Hershman thought it would be fun to try his hand at something different—writing.

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On the first Sunday of this month, one of the worshippers greeted me and our lead pastor at the conclusion of the service by saying, “Can you believe it’s already August?!” Then he added, “Next week it will be Christmas!”