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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After a successful inaugural event last year, the Palos Verdes Peninsula Chamber of Commerce invites the public to its second annual Peninsula Fall Wine Walk.
Palos Verdes Performing Arts kicks off its 2018-19 season at the Norris Theatre, on Saturday with the popular entertainer Michael Feinstein.
Dozens of families flocked to the South Coast Botanic Garden this weekend to enjoy The Great Pumpkin Hunt, a scavenger hunt event that encouraged families to explore the lush gardens.
Shockboxx Gallery's pop-up show, “Don't Shoot Me Down,” an “artful dialog about guns in American culture,” takes place Labor Day weekend, at the art showcase located at 636 Cypress Ave. in Hermosa Beach.
Saturday’s inaugural Arts on the Hill event at the Palos Verdes Art Center gathered an array of wildly creative artists. They showed off their myriad media to delight and educate local children – and the adults they tote along with them.
There is an undeniable buzz emanating from the Palos Verdes Art Center this week in anticipation of its inaugural Arts on the Hill extravaganza.
The Malaga Cove weekend art shows are in full swing on the lawn at Malaga Cove Plaza in Palos Verdes Estates. Local artists were out with paintings, jewelry, ceramics and photography. The event is sponsored by the Palos Verdes Art Center.
When Annette Warren was born almost 96 years ago, hospital nuns surrounded her mother with lit candles during a power outage, leading one nun to proclaim that she would receive a gift from God.
With her perfectly pitched rich voice and expressive articulation of lyrics, singer Annette Warren was in high demand for her vocal skills in the 1940s.
Now in its 21st year, Shakespeare by the Sea kicked off performances this month in Point Fermin Park overlooking the ocean from the southern clifftops in San Pedro.
In addition to Terranea's summer concert series, there are plenty of live performances in the parks and piers in Manhattan, Hermosa and Redondo Beach, as well as in El Segundo. Here's a complete list:
The Palos Verdes Peninsula Land Conservancy’s film series “The Beauty of Nature” hosts its next screening Sunday, July 1, at the Peninsula High School Theater, located at 27118 Silver Spur Road in Rolling Hills Estates, beginning at 5 p.m.
Next year is the 50th anniversary of Woodstock, but you can catch the action at Stormstock II, a Woodstock Revival, from 6-11 p.m. on July 14 at a private home in Rolling Hills. The evening benefits the Peninsula Committee for the Los Angeles Philharmonic.
Kick off summer with the Torrance Cultural Arts Center’s free gift to the community—the second annual South Bay Festival of the Arts from 11 a.m. to 5 p.m. Saturday, June 23, at the Center, 3330 Civic Center Drive, Torrance.
Senior Comedy Afternoons is celebrating Mother’s Day with another audience-friendly “clean and clever comedy” show, called “Hats-On For Momma!”
Looking for a South Bay restaurant to take mom out for Mothers Day? We’ve taken care of the guesswork and the Googling for you. Read on:
Extreme eater Joey “Jaws” Chestnut — the guy who downed 72 hot dogs (with buns) last July 4 to break his own hot dog-eating record — is coming to San Pedro where he’ll headline an inaugural shrimp-consuming contest sponsored by the national Major League Eating organization.
The owners of the San Pedro Fish Market have imported a bit of their flavor and fare to Rolling Hills Estates in the form of a new fast-casual restaurant, San Pedro Fish Market Grille.
A new production of the Tony Award-winning song and dance fable of Broadway, “42nd Street,” opens April 27 at the Norris Theatre. Produced by Palos Verdes Performing Arts, the musical will run through May 13 for 11 performances.
These riders are not horsing around. At the Peninsula’s first South Bay Equine Trails Sports Challenge, riders and their horses were tested on their skills handling obstacles like a bridge, maize, latched ranch gate, mailbox, ground keyhole, soccer ball and net and other sensory and technica…
A screening of the documentary “Jane” and other festivities highlight the Earth Day celebration hosted by the Palos Verdes Peninsula Land Conservancy Saturday, April 21.
Rancho Palos Verdes’ Jessica Lee and Olivia Iacono — both students at Peninsula High — are among seven South Bay high schoolers who are perfecting concertos, monologues, musical theater songs and even operas in preparation for the final round of auditions for The Music Center’s Spotlight pro…
With a vivid visual memory and oil colors in various earthy shades, Thai artist Sudrak Khongpuang approaches her canvas, intent on creating the lush landscape that has brought her happiness since childhood.
The Bay Boys, the drug culture and the affluent nature of the Palos Verdes Peninsula will be on the big screen for the world to see in the new movie, “The Tribes of Palos Verdes.”