Pick of the Vine: Season 14 A scrumptious selection of this year’s best short plays, opens Jan 8 Runs: Jan 8 – Feb 13 An exciting night of entertainment awaits you in these 7-15 minute short plays…0 Comments 0 Promotions
Robert Sarzo, nicknamed The VuDu Man is a Cuban-American guitarist. His career has spanned 40 years. He has worked with an array of notable and iconic people in the entertainment industry. As a bit o…0 Comments 0 Promotions
Alex Machacek guitarRaphael Preuschi bassHerbert Pirker drumsThe amazing Alex Machacek has done it again. Combining mindboggling fluidity, daredevil string-skipping technique and audacious intervalli…0 Comments 0 Promotions
From Seaside Studios San Pedro, please join our community for a great event! $25 ticket includes hand painted bowl of your choice, and a build-your-own ice cream Sundae. Bowls were glazed by partici…
Organized by Marlene Bauman for Seaside Studios San Pedro | Type: fundraiser0 Comments 0 Promotions
It has been 25 years... but San Pedro High girls basketball never had a moment like this where it could all be over and somehow, some way, what seemed like the impossible dream, finally became a reality.…Continue
The new bi-weekly San Pedro | Harbor | Peninsula | Catalina calendar of events for Dec. 30-Jan. 13 is now available to download and print (or pick it up at our local hotels and other locations). And you can find the updated master calendar at http://spcvb.com/?q=content/whats-going
LC (Los Cancioneros) Master Chorale, Torrance, CA, est. 1949,
Auditions Open Jan. 5, 2016
The LC (Los Cancioneros) Master Chorale is opening auditions for the remainder of their 2015-16 season. The program for the March 20 concert includes Haydn's "Lord Nelson Mass," a stirring and powerful work (with classical orchestra); on June 12, the chorale will conclude their season with "Gospel and More," featuring Robert Ray's "Gospel Mass." …Continue
The Lady Pirate Cup truly belongs to…Continue
It saw the re-birth of Mary Star High football, the emergence of a potential star on the rise as a…Continue
The disjunctive Facebook rantings I’ve read this week between what are apparently rival support groups involved in improving the quality of life in San Pedro serve no useful purpose. Serving food to the homeless in a park is now a bad thing?
Were there permits issued for the function; probably not. Did the organizers provide clean up of the park afterwards? Maybe they did, maybe they didn’t. I don’t know the real answers to any of these questions.