Have you driven an electric vehicle? Super fun and you can test one at E3 Electric in Redondo Beach. Discover the electric car experience on this episode hosted by Steve Napolitano and produced by Civic Couch
Children’s Orchard in Manhattan Beach
This one is for you parents and grandparents! Our kids grow out of their clothes and toys fast, that’s where our neighbors at Children’s Orchard come in. You’ve seen them, the old Victorian style building on Sepulveda and now you have a reason to stop in. They even have parking in the back.
In this episode we’re taking you to Hermosa Beach to visit ET Surf. They’ve been in the South Bay since 1972 selling almost anything you can think of in the action sports industry. Surfing, skating, snowboarding, skiing and much more. This was produced by Civic Couch and made possible with the support of Manhattan Beach Toyota.
Crypt Cases hosted an art reveal party for a newly painted mural in the Smokey Hollow section of El Segundo.
Recognizing the transformation of El Segundo from industrial to creative / technology, El Segundo business owner Drew Boyles captured the evolution by commissioning local artist Damian Fulton to paint a mural of his building in the smokey hollow section of El Segundo. The mural captures this new movement through art.
Boho-Chic is a style of fashion drawing on various bohemian and hippie influences. Many elements of boho-chic became popular in the late 1960’s and the look has resurfaced throughout the years since.
The boho-chic look is currently one of the most popular looks, so we teamed up with fashion blogger Tanya Monaghan of @thekayagirl to bring you some of her favorite boho looks. Tanya visits three Manhattan Beach boutiques, Beehive, Blvd and Waverly and selects a few outfits to style with the help of her friend and model Leila Cunningham.
Shopping local has it’s advantages. Yes, it’s not as easy as shopping on Amazon but it gives you the ability to hold, play, try on and feel the product. Local stores also carry items that are either non existing on Amazon or hard to find. We wanted to explore some of these items by walking around downtown Manhattan Beach and searching for unique items. Host Steve Napolitano walks you through our journey and describes what we found. We made stops at the Beehive, Waterleaf, Bella Kids, Tabula Rasa, Bacchus Wines and Pages Bookstore.
Shop Local! South Bay Green is a one-stop-shop for sustainable building materials, specializing in non-toxic and recycled finishes for remodels and new construction . With backgrounds in architecture, construction, and design, their team of LEED professionals is here to help guide you through the design process. They can take the stress out of your project by organizing your materials quote, calculating lead times, and managing shipping information. Every project is unique, and deserves the close personal attention that South Bay Green is able to offer.
Los Angeles Kings Trevor Lewis and Jake Muzzin had their playoff beards trimmed at Floyds Barber Shop on Pacific Coast Highway in Hermosa. The kids of owners’ Tom and Bill O’Brien play in the King’s kids hockey program at the Kings training center in El Segundo. The brothers donated proceeds from the day to the Kings charitable foundation.
South Bay Magazine hosted the 2014 Girls Night Out runway show and exclusive shopping experience Friday May 9th at Terranea Resort in Rancho Palos Verdes. The event included cocktails, hors d’oeuvres, fashion vendors and a runway style fashion show featuring the latest trends from local boutiques.
Every year the Easy Reader newspaper publishes their “Best of the Beach”, a list of the best people, places and things across the South Bay as voted on by their readers.
In this episode of “In the Bubble” we tag along with the Easy Reader and find out more about the readers choice winners of the “Best of the Beach” for the shopping category. Winners in this category include: Bo Bridges Gallery, Bubbles Pet Spa, Star’s Antique Barn, Hillside Gifts, Grow Produce, 23rd Street Jeweler, Stein Optometric, Trader Joe’s and South Bay Gold.