If you’re of an age when you can clearly remember World War II, you will have noticed the world is changing very fast these days.
On an elementary level, just out of curiosity, I decided to see what all the stink was about having a fair trade agreement with China.
There used to be a time, not too long ago, when my daughter would beg me to watch TV with her or just lay with her in bed.
The Palos Verdes Chamber of Commerce’s annual legislative forum wooed a handful of the South Bay’s heavy hitters to the Palos Verdes Golf Club on Friday, Oct. 11, for an afternoon of pitch-making, cheer-leading and oversized homemade cookies.
When I was growing up, my dad was never the doctor, lawyer or engineer who came to class during career day.
When I sat down with my coffee to read a recent issue of the Daily Breeze, a headline about Los Angeles Unified School District requiring mock lockdowns to ready for gun violence leaped out at me.
There we were, laughing and sharing stories at a new restaurant when suddenly, my daughter got a weird look on her face and appeared to be crying. Nothing prepared me for what came next.
I missed my first opportunity to meet a hero when I was in elementary school.
Hey, I did it folks. I found the new Peninsula Seniors building. Okay, with a little help from my friend after many futile attempts to find the place.
For the most part, we parents love summer — no homework, no making lunches, no schedules timed in 15-minute intervals. But on the other hand, summer vacation produces phrases that totally trigger our nerves.
Walteria Lake was a nameless basin of lower-level land where rainwater naturally collected back when A. Richard Walters built a hotel bearing his name in the area in the late 1800s. Walteria was little more than a stagecoach stop between Redondo Beach and Wilmington at the time.
With summer upon us, and with a little distance from the daily routine of school activities, I want to explore the key to successful learning.
In a corner of the history in one of America’s more obscure wars lies one of the few times the Palos Verdes Peninsula has been directly touched by armed conflict.
Q: I took up walking 30 minutes per day on horse trails to improve my blood pressure. I was doing fine until I took a long vacation and walked an hour or two a day on concrete roads. I’ve been having pain during my daily walk ever since. Now my foot’s a bit swollen, and I have the pain even …
If this rule doesn't exist, it should: When you pass a certain age, you are allowed to express all your dissatisfaction with the world as you find it.
Last year has been called the most destructive wildfire season in the history of California, where dry, hot, windy conditions have produced fires of varying severity. Locally, the story is no different.
Q: A lot of my friends are becoming vegetarians because they object to animal cruelty, have concerns about the negative effects of livestock on the environment, or for the health benefits. What are the health risks and benefits of adopting a vegetarian diet?
Instead of flying, travel between Europe's major city centers—from London to Paris, Brussels and Amsterdam—via train. It takes you under the English Channel, the so-called Chunnel, in comfort and ease.
Out of nearly 250 flight attendants who flew around the same time as me in the 1980s for Flying Tiger Lines, approximately 170 keep track of each other on a private website. We maintain decades-old friendships sharing old photos, and reminisce about being young, healthy and carefree at a tim…
Q: I have developed intermittent severe stabbing pains on the right side of my face. The pain is excruciating even though it only lasts for a few seconds to a minute.
Too big for the office, too out of place in the living room and way too babyish for her bedroom, the card table covered with all her Lego structures has stood in the corner of my bedroom for several years now.