Green Day

South Bay-based PineMark, providing the first green lifestyle certification, is helping change the way people view ecological conservation, specifically with respect to their individual impact.

South Bay-based PineMark, providing the first green lifestyle certification, is helping change the way people view ecological conservation, specifically with respect to their individual impact.

We asked co-founder Joe Magee to name his three favorite local businesses doing their part to measure that footprint:

Ecousable, Inc. – Redondo Beach maker of 100% recyclable stainless steel water bottles. 877-544-0429, ecousable.com.

Paul Martin’s American Bistro – Organic, sustainable, local and fresh fare from Paul Fleming and Brian Bennett. 2361 Rosecrans Avenue in El Segundo. 310-634-9300, paulmartinsamericanbistro.com.

Grow – “The best little market this side of the internet.” 1830 N. Sepulveda Boulevard in Manhattan Beach. 310-545-2904, growtps.com.

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Healthy Start

Cancer Support Community-Redondo Beach’s 15th annual Celebrate Wellness raised $125,000 in net income to benefit support group programs for cancer patients and their families. More than 550 guests sampled tasty fare from a variety of restaurants, wineries and breweries that participated in the late afternoon garden party at South Coast Botanical Gardens.

People, Social Scene

LMU at 100

For many students, teachers and alumni of Loyola Marymount University, the South Bay is not only a neighbor, it’s the place they call home. In honor of the Centennial milestone, we dropped by to discover what media currently excites the bright minds on campus.

Social Scene

Indivisible at Resin Gallery

The South Bay art scene came to life Saturday September 8th, for INDIVISIBLE at Resin Gallery in Hermosa Beach.

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