I’ve been hearing a lot of belly aching about the tax cut plan bill passed by the House today. So I thought I would put pen to paper and do the damn math to figure…

Wow, I read about this today and thought, “…well, that’s pretty cool…” especially when I realized how these guys came up with the name of their company. Owners, Luis and Brenda Navarro who own a…

If you’ve been living here on the Palos Verdes Peninsula as long as I have (since 1968 as a 12 year old), you know that the profile of many of the Palos Verdes homes has…

Open Table just published a ranking of these United States’ most scenic restaurants. The folks at Patch, a national website which splinters into neighborhood “patches” from which you can gain semi-local information, wrote about how…

Well, what can i say about today. It’s dang hot and I mean HOT. Temperature records have been breaking all week for the greater Los Angeles area and driving from my home at the top…

One of the really fun things to do that the city of Rancho Palos Verdes hosts is Movies in the Park located at Hesse Park 29301 Hawthorne Blvd.  For example this Saturdy, the 26th of…

One of the very cool things about owning one of the many Palos Verdes Estates homes is the Malaga Cove Concerts in the Park series.  Each summer the Malaga Cove Business & Professionals Association along…

Were you aware of the Palos Verdes Estates Voluntary Camera Registration Program?  I wasn’t until I came across an article and was surprised to learn that the system has been in place since 2015. Many of…

Malaga Cove Art Show Date/Location: 2017-08-19 10:00 am to 2017-08-19 5:00 pm | Saturday & Sunday, April 22 – 23, 2017 from 10am to 5pm is the first weekend edition of this year’s Malaga Cove…

The early 1900s were a wonderful time for Spanish Revival and Old Spanish homes and there were no homes more beautiful than Kirtland Cutter Homes in Palos Verdes. Frank Vanderlip, the “father of Palos Verdes”…