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  • September 12th thru October 25th: Oktoberfest at Alpine Village

    From September 12, 2009 - October 25, 2009 the largest and longest Oktoberfest in Southern California will be taking place at Alpine Village, 833 W. Torrance Blvd. Torrance, CA 90502. Enjoy 2009 Oktoberfest Bands and the Beer Garden every Friday,...
  • Toyota Recalls About 50,000 Sequoia SUVs

    Toyota Recalls About 50,000 Sequoia SUVs
    WASHINGTON -- Toyota Motor Corp. recalled about 50,000 Sequoia sport utility vehicles from the 2003 model year to fix an unexpected slowing of the vehicle in the latest recall issued by the Japanese automaker. Toyota said Wednesday that the recall...
  • King/Drew's Trauma Unit Ordered Shut

    Despite impassioned protests, Los Angeles County supervisors voted Tuesday to close the trauma center at Martin Luther King Jr./Drew Medical Center, saying the unit had to be sacrificed as part of a larger strategy to save the troubled hospital. The...
  • Old Torrance projects film-worthy character

    The South Bay enclave, with architecturally diverse homes and mature trees, is known for its scenic charm and small-town vibe. And residents are within walking distance of some of the best parks, shops and restaurants in the area. Early vision Real...
  • San Pedro: Blue-collar soul with ocean views

    San Pedro, on the eastern slope of the Palos Verdes Peninsula, is known for its steep inland hills, high ocean bluffs and the Port of Los Angeles. Its own city until 1910, when it became part of Los Angeles, San Pedro recently tried to put a secession...
  • Mold

    By the time Geneva Nunnally discovered the bulge in her bathroom wall in June, she had been experiencing headaches, frequent nosebleeds and a sore throat off and on for about a year. It didn't occur to the interior designer that the doughy bathroom wall...
  • The once and future ranch

    The once and future ranch
    ITS low-slung frame sprawled across plains and valleys of a more open landscape. The single-story footprint didn't boast, or point skyward like the self-assured colonial or Victorian. It offered a comfortable relationship with the climate and...
  • The master of fusion

    The master of fusion
    The small, high-ceilinged dining room at Beacon has the unmistakable buzz of the restaurant of the moment. The staff is in constant motion, delivering little plates piled with skewers of grilled chicken dabbed with sour umeboshi paste and strewn with...