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Blow – Redondo DUI Checkpoint

April 1, 2015
Blow – Redondo DUI Checkpoint

Redondo Beach Police Department host a DUI Checkpoint to keep the neighborhood safe. Don’t drink and drive. Do subscribe, like, share, and comment. Thanks for watching.

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Gardena DUI Checkpoint 1-10-2014

February 5, 2014
Gardena DUI Checkpoint 1-10-2014

Gardena police conduct DUI checkpoint on Redondo Beach Blvd and Western on January 10th, 2014.

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Fresh Brothers Pizza on ‘The Doctors’ Today

February 10, 2012

“The Fresh Kids Special” makes its TV debut on the hit show ” The Doctors ” today at 2 p.m. on CBS, channel 2 in Los Angeles. Created by the Fresh Brothers  pizza chain, which has Manhattan Beach , Redondo Beach , Marina del Rey , Beverly Hills , Calabasas and Westlake Village locations, the Fresh Kids Special is a pizza sauce mixed with five fresh veggies ground up into tiny pieces, making detection of the vegetables nearly impossible, according to Adam Goldberg, Fresh Brothers founder and CEO. “The Fresh Kids Special is really tasty, and its really stealth,” said Goldberg in a press release. “It’s become a staple for moms ordering pizza from each of our stores. It’s an easy add-on, just like pepperoni.” Congress is currently engaged in a food fight about whether or not the tomato paste served on school lunch pizza can be considered a true serving of vegetables, and on Wednesday, Jan. 18th, ” The Doctors ” team of doctors debates the merits of pizza on the school lunch menu, and whether or not tomato sauce can be considered a serving of vegetables within school lunches. During the discussion, Fresh Brothers pizzas topped with the Fresh Kids Special are served to the show’s doctors and audience members. Lisa Vitale, a mother of five-year old twins and Fresh Brothers customer, said, “My kids hate vegetables. The Fresh Kids Special makes it easy for me to ensure they are getting more nutrition. They think they are just eating pizza. And it shall remain that way!” RedTricycle’s readers recently voted Fresh Brothers the winner in its Kid-Friendly Restaurants & Cafes category. Read the original: Fresh Brothers Pizza on ‘The Doctors’ Today

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Small Earthquake Is Felt in Beverly Hills

December 8, 2011

Beverly Hills residents reported feeling an earthquake Wednesday night, according to the U.S. Geological Survey. A magnitude-2.8 earthquake shook at 10:33 p.m. with an epicenter 11 miles below Hawthorne. People in El Segundo and Redondo Beach also felt the earthquake. There were no reports of injuries or damages. This report was compiled with information from City News Service. Be sure to follow Beverly Hills Patch on  Twitter  and “Like” us on  Facebook . See the original post here: Small Earthquake Is Felt in Beverly Hills

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Extra, Extra: Flying Too Low, Channeling a Good Witch, and More Heapings of ‘South Park’

November 17, 2011
Extra, Extra: Flying Too Low, Channeling a Good Witch, and More Heapings of ‘South Park’

In tonight’s Extra, Extra, a movie producer flies low over Santa Monica, Michelle Williams talks about her role in a new adaptation of “The Wizard of Oz,” and “South Park” gets renewed. Plus: Keep up with us on Facebook , and follow us on Twitter: @LAist @LAistFood @LAistSports . more › View original post here: Extra, Extra: Flying Too Low, Channeling a Good Witch, and More Heapings of ‘South Park’

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Sons Reunite Dad With Cherished 1965 Chevy Impala

November 17, 2011
Sons Reunite Dad With Cherished 1965 Chevy Impala

A Redondo Beach man got his 1965 Chevy Imapala SS back after 20 years and seven owners. Photo Credit: Jonathan Lloyd Original post: Sons Reunite Dad With Cherished 1965 Chevy Impala

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Mary Hall: Blue Water Grill: The Back Story on a Los Angeles Favorite

October 5, 2011
Mary Hall: Blue Water Grill: The Back Story on a Los Angeles Favorite

Pictured: Fresh seafood at the Blue Water Grill in Redondo Beach. The Blue Water Grill at King Harbor in Redondo Beach has long been a favorite of mine. I typically eat there several times a month because of their delicious, fresh seafood. However, I had no idea how committed the restaurant was to fresh seafood until I attended their recent “Sustainable Seafood Summit.” What does the term sustainable seafood mean? Basically, it is the practice of fisheries and fishermen using environmentally responsible harvesting methods. Blue Water Grill chooses species of fish for their menu that they are confident are sustainable in the area from which they are harvested. The goal is to ensure that we are protecting the future of the delicious fish that we like to eat. And that is important. If some of nature’s most delicious fish are farmed out and not replenished, then we will no longer be able to enjoy them. How lonely would dining life be without swordfish, Chilean sea bass or fresh lobster? Your waiter at Blue Water Grill can tell you that Atlantic swordfish has been safe to eat since 1999 and that Chilean sea bass from Patagonia is no longer an endangered species. Pictured: Chilean sea bass sauteed in butter and olive oil. If you see fish on the menu at Blue Water Grill, you can be confident that it is safe to eat, and not an endangered species. Owner Jim Ulcickas explains, “Currently Bluewater Grill’s menu is 85 percent certified sustainable, by Aquarium of the Pacific or the Monterey Aquarium, but we won’t be satisfied until we reach 100 percent.” So dedicated is the restaurant to serving fresh fish, they even have their own fishing boat in Redondo Beach that goes out and brings fresh fish into the restaurant direct from the Pacific Ocean. But beyond fishing responsibly and conservation goals, there are other compelling reasons to eat at Blue Water Grill. As a regular customer, I can tell you that they have delicious salmon, amazing salt and pepper shrimp (as good as any in Chinatown), incredible cedar plank roasted salmon and farm raised mussels served in a spicy Thai green curry sauce. Their weekday happy hour specials featured $4, $5 and $6 drink and appetizer specials. Their wine list includes a very special Acrobat Oregon Pinot Gris by King Estates, which nicely compliments their seafood. On the weekends, look for their Bloody Mary bar where you can top your drink off with an assortment of spices, peppers, olives and more. There are many reasons to try Blue Water Grill, but the foremost one is the food is delicious and the ocean setting is serene — an oasis of calm in a hectic city. Visit link: Mary Hall: Blue Water Grill: The Back Story on a Los Angeles Favorite

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