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February 22, 2017 civiccouch0

Discover Mickey’s Famous Deli In Hermosa Beach
Mickey’s Italian Deli in Hermosa Beach has been a go-to stop for beach goers since 1953 selling cold cuts, cheeses, sandwiches, lasagna and a ton of other goodies (they also cater). Michael Angelo “Mickey” Mance started Mickey’s Italian Delicatessen & Liquor Store in 1953. Just a short walk from the beach, it quickly became a favorite spot for surfers and beachgoers. It has now become a beloved landmark in the South Bay.
Civic Couch host Steve Napolitano sits down with the owners to discuss the history and future of this Hermosa Beach landmark deli.

February 9, 2017 civiccouch0

Fine Dining in a Hermosa Beach Strip Mall? Meet Baran’s 2239 

Los Angeles fine dining found in a strip mall on PCH in Hermosa Beach? Welcome to Baran’s 2239 restaurant, a culinary collaboration by restaurant owners and brothers, Jonathan and Jason Baran. Helming the kitchen is culinarian-in-chief, Executive Chef Tyler Gugliotta, who is elevating the dining scene in the South Bay one innovative plate-at-a-time.
Civic Couch host Steve Napolitano sits down with Jonathan, Jason and Tyler in their Hermosa Beach restaurant to learn more about what goes into their success.

Thanks to Manhattan Beach Toyota for presenting this video. 

December 21, 2016 civiccouch0

Civic Couch teamed up with USA Volleyball to shoot an experimental virtual reality 360 video teaming Beach Volleyball gold medalist Phil Dalhausser, Eric Fonoimoana with upcoming players Emily Stockman and Caitlin Ledoux.  This is the “behind the scenes” video from that shoot.  The virtual reality version will be available soon.

November 30, 2016 civiccouch0

On November 19th, 2017 the USA Volleyball junior beach tour hit Hermosa Beach. Divisions were broken down by age, 18 and under, 16 and under, 14 and under and finally 12 and under.
The USA Volleyball junior beach tour travels across the county.  Visit their WEBSITE for more information. 
The video was produced by Civic Couch and presented by our sponsor, Manhattan Beach Toyota.

July 1, 2016 civiccouch0

Mural honoring Hermosa Beach volleyball debuts on June 25th
Completed by noted local photographer Bo Bridges, the mural uses high-resolution photos on a vinyl-based material, and covers the south- and west-facing walls of the foot of the downtown parking structure. It dispenses with veneration of past stars — one image captures nothing above the knees—in favor of a multi-panel ode to the game’s athleticism. Anonymous players leap into the sky, sand exploding off the beach as though propelled by a land-mine.
The video was produced by Civic Couch and made possible by Manhattan Beach Toyota.

June 21, 2016 civiccouch0

Hermosa Beach Utility Box produced by Civic Couch in association with the Easy Reader Newspaper.
Leadership Hermosa Beach organized a community project that transformed 8 utility boxes located across Hermosa Beach by wrapping them in beautiful, entertaining, and stimulating art donated by local artists. The HUB Art boxes are located at (artists noted in parentheses):

Pier Ave & Hermosa Ave (Daniel Inez)
The Strand @ 11th St (Rob Dob)
The Strand @ 35th St (2 boxes) (Lisa Arnett & Jeff Fieger)
Herondo St & Monterey Ave (Daniel Inez)
Prospect Ave & Aviation Blvd (Carissa Catalina)
Valley Dr @ Hermosa Valley School (Jake Tedesco)
13th St & Hermosa Ave (Chris Miller)

June 3, 2016 civiccouch0

This is our third episode in our series “chasing el nino”presented by Manhattan Beach Toyota and the Easy Reader. It was filmed during the first half of March, 2016 by Civic Couch.
In Chasing El Nino, we document what the El Nino winter means for surfers, our beaches and surrounding areas. At the end of the surf season we will be combining the best clips for a full length movie.
This episode was shot completely in the South Bay cities including Manhattan Beach, Hermosa Beach, Redondo Beach and El Segundo. Surfers include: Alex Gray, Greg Browning, Chris Wells, Tracey Meistrell, Shaun Burrell, Matt Meistrell, Jeff Jones, Dane Zaun, Noah Collins, John Gilmore, Mark Cole, Bryce Lowe White and others.

March 22, 2016 civiccouch2

Civic Couch produced “Driven to the Sea” as a short visual documentary of life in the South Bay.

Driven to the sea features short clips taken from across the South Bay which represents the oceans influence over us.  This was filmed in Manhattan Beach, Hermosa Beach, Redondo Beach and El Segundo by Brad Jacobson for Civic Couch.