American Martyrs Monsignor John Barry does his Popemobile imitation to promote his parish’s Lucky 21 raffle of a new Jeep Wrangler, donated by Scott Robinson Jeep. Only 2,500 tickets will be sold ($60 ea., $50 ea. for two or more). Each ticket holder has a one in 21 chance of winning the Jeep, or other prizes, including $5,000 in cash. The drawing will be held Sunday, Oct. 22 at the 47th Annual Parish Fair, which begins on Saturday, Oct. 21.
Added on September 15, 2017
Beach food – Hermosa Kiwanis Taste of the Beach
Over two dozen local restaurants, breweries and wineries participated in the Ninth Annual Taste of the Beach, presented by the Hermosa Beach Kiwanis Club on the Community Center patio on Sunday, August 20. The Brian Sisson Trio performed.
The Manhattan Chamber breathed new life into tasting and tippling events three years ago by emphasizing craft beers rather than wine at its annual Bite at the Beach. This year’s Bite at the Beach was held August 19 on the streets of New York at the MBS Media Campus. It helped that the South Bay is home to a dozen of the country’s best craft breweries. Participating breweries included HopSaint, King Harbor, Strand, The Dudes, Zymurgy Brew Works and newcomer Los Angeles Ale Works.
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Selecting a term
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