Fun for the Whole Family in Redondo Beach

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Kimberley Fisher, a travel writer and blogger, offers readers an exciting look into life and attractions in Redondo Beach.  Although her highlights focus on Redondo Beach as a vacation spot, she also shares insights into local attractions for would-be residents of this fun South Bay beach town! The 70,000 square foot pier was originally built in 1889. It is home to over 50 shops, restaurants and bars, Redondo Fun Factory, Summer Music on the Pier, traveling festivals and art shows. Stop into the Sunshine Kite Factory and say hello to … [Read more...]

Hermosa Beach – The beach lifestyle without the bummers

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In January 2008, the Jennifer Lisle of the Los Angeles Times wrote an article highlighting the lifestyle in Hermosa Beach.  From the stunning views to the peaceful neighborhood, Hermosa Beach offers more to its' residents than just a beach-oriented culture! Known as the "less expensive" section of Hermosa Beach, East Hermosa, the 12-block slice south of Artesia Boulevard and roughly north of Anita Street, offers peaceful streets and stunning views. The beach is a 10-minute walk away, but East Hermosa feels more spacious than crammed … [Read more...]

Redondo Beach: A Great Place to Live — And Workout!

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If you live in Redondo Beach and can't afford a pricey gym membership or a personal trainer, there's good news - the beach gives you ample ways to get fit on a budget.  Dara Mazzie explains in this article from the Los Angeles Examiner how you can get a full body workout . . . for free! The Stairs & The Ramp First, walk, jog, or sprint up the stairs and then walk backwards down the ramp, which is better for your knees and stretches the calves. Then, walk, jog or sprint back up the ramp and walk down the stairs. Do this as many … [Read more...]