Cupcakes Cupcakes Cupcakes: Babycakes Baking Company

Aug 31, 2012 No Comments by

Cupcakes have definitely been making a comeback. Once mainly used for children’s birthday parties and celebrations, cupcakes have now turned into a highly desired dessert.  In Torrance, Babycakes Baking Company has been a key holder in the cupcake revolution.  You may have seen them on Food Network’s Cupcake Wars. Babycakes is a community based business [...]

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Mysterious Galaxy Bookstore: A Place for Mystery, Fantasy, Sci-Fi and More

Jun 24, 2012 No Comments by

Mysterious Galaxy is dedicated to putting books in the hands of readers and non readers alike. They continue to grow as an independent bookstore from their connection and commitment to the south bay community. In fact, it has been show that independent stores give 40% more back into their community then big box stores.

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Redondo Beach Cafe

May 16, 2012 No Comments by

The Tsangaris brothers have created Redondo Beach Cafe where customers not only come for the  food,  but for the the events, and the good vibes.

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Dead Off Center Flashmob @ Ruby’s Diner in Palos Verdes, California

Mar 28, 2012 No Comments by

The Dead Off Center flashmob was supposed to be in the outdoor mall…but it was pouring with rain…so we mobbed Ruby’s Diner. We had to change all our plans in the space of ten minutes. WHAT A RUSH!!!

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Coffee Cartel (Video)

Mar 22, 2012 No Comments by

Before Redondo Beach had a Starbucks, and before the city had a Coffee Bean, there was the Coffee Cartel. Owned my Douglas Tom, the Coffee Cartel has been making freshly brewed coffee since 1992. In an economy, where many private businesses struggle to keeping customers coming back, Coffee Cartel has flourished for many reasons

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22degrees PREbiotic Gelato in Redondo Beach

Mar 08, 2012 No Comments

22 degrees makes the nation’s only prebiotic gelato. What is important to know about prebiotics is that they are natural ingredients found in many vegetables such as broccoli and onions. Not only is it an excellent source of fiber, but also can help protect your immune system.

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San Pedro Dog Park – Knoll Hill

Feb 11, 2012 No Comments

Front Street. Offleash dog park on Front Street is just north of Swinford Street and the onramps/overpasses to the Vincent Thomas Bridge and the 110 (Harbor) Freeway. The fenced-in park is located back from the street, on the east side of Front at the base of Knoll Hill in San Pedro. Separate areas for small and [...]

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No Dogs in California State Parks

Feb 11, 2012 No Comments

If a park has the word “State” in the name, you and almost guarantee that dogs are not allowed.  Although some parks will allow Spot in picnic areas and parking lots. According to California State Park Ranger Ken Low, the pet prohibition is to protect the parks’ natural habitat. “Dogs will affect wildlife patterns; they leave behind [...]

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Misty Copeland visits San Pedro High School (Video)

Feb 10, 2012 No Comments

Misty Copeland, former student at San Pedro High and soloist for the American Ballet Theater visits San Pedro High School.  Misty attended San Pedro High School before moving to New York to become a professional ballerina. She was honored by Los Angeles City Councilman Joe Buscaino who also attended San Pedro High School.

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Should I Buy or Rent in Palos Verdes? (Video)

Jan 23, 2012 No Comments

Hello Again, I am Lee Williams with Keller Williams Realty and here is your question of the day. With the low interest rates and low home prices. Sebastian wrote: Should we rent or buy our next home in Palos Verdes? Each situation is unique but we can take a look based on average cost of each. To [...]

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