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Torrance Schools Lead Nation in Science Protocol

As schools nationwide take on the most comprehensive overhaul of science standards in 20 years, a school district in a quiet suburb of Los Angeles has become a pace-setter. Without relying on outside funding, or major grant money, Torrance Unified … Continue reading

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More Holiday Cheer

DEC 9 Snow Wonder   Hosted by Explore Marina del Rey 12 PM – 6 PM Burton Chace Park 13650 Mindanao Way, Marina del Rey, California 90292 Details Join in on the spirit of winter at our free Marina del … Continue reading

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Christmas at Griffith Park

November 24 – December 30 Holiday Lights Train Ride Details  The 2017 Holiday Light Festival Train Ride Presented By The Griffith Park & Southern Railroad 4400 Crystal Springs Drive, Los Angeles, CA 90027 In cooperation with The City of Los Angeles, … Continue reading

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El Camino Theater Season

El Camino Center for the Arts Have you ever been to any of the shows at ECC? They have some interesting choices . Upcoming Events NOV21 Warrior Harvest Fest: ECC Supports Hurricane Relief Tomorrow 10 AM · 1 guest El … Continue reading

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Free Rain Barrel Nov 18th for Torrance

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Taste of Torrance

The Old Torrance Neighborhood Association (OTNA) The Old Torrance Neighborhood Association (OTNA) was founded in 1981, and is known as a “Neighborhood Association” rather than a “Homeowners Association,” as there are many apartment buildings and rentals within our boundaries – … Continue reading

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November Fun in the South Bay

Bullies and Buddies Rescue Redondo Beach, California Bullies And Buddies Rescue Dedicated to Rescuing,Rehabilitating, And Re-homing Bullies And Their Other Buddy Breeds SORRY BUT WE DO NOT ADOPT OUT OF STATE Palos Verdes Nature Preserve Quarterly Public Forum The next … Continue reading

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Homebuyers and Credit

A recent survey of people who plan on purchasing a new home within the next year said: 56 percent overall say they are working to improve their credit to qualify for a better home loan rate 66% ages 18-34, up … Continue reading

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Hermosa Beach

Hermosa, meaning “beautiful” in Spanish West of PCH, you can find wonderful and traditional single family homes, apartments and many newer condominiums, many with great views of the ocean. East of PCH, there are middle to upper class neighborhoods sitting … Continue reading

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Home Prices Jump in the South Bay

California housing market defies tight inventory as sales and median price propel higher – Existing, single-family home sales totaled 427,630 in August on a seasonally adjusted annualized rate, up 1.5 percent from July and 1.3 percent from August 2016. – … Continue reading

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