Council creates ad-hoc committees for collaboration

The Avalon city council on Tuesday created three ad-hoc committees to allow various members to provide city input on three critical issues, including a...

Catalina Cooking: The mystique of Red Curry

Back in the early ’80s the food scene was insane in L.A. I was a chef/partner in a place called Restaurant Muse on Beverly...

Catalina erupts with patriotism for Independence Day celebration

  While there were many Independence Day celebrations throughout Southern California on the 4th of July, the tiny island of Catalina has to...

Swim club has a little fun with great white sharks

  Quite appropriately, the Catalina Island Conservancy, in cooperation with the island’s museum invited Dr. Chris Lowe, Professor and Director of the California State University...

Catalina Cooking: Lime-Mint Sorbet and Potato Salad

As I hear the fireworks go off around me here in Palos Verdes, I can envision Cabrillo Beach in Pedro with their show, the...

Editor’s notebook: Catalina Strong – Independence Day 2018

There is little doubt that the mood in Avalon on Independence Day reflected the hardy resolve that has evolved as part of the island...

After three decades, leadership of Just for Kids event changes hands

After many long years together, this crew is hanging up our raffle tickets and we are passing on this wonderful tournament to Cinde Cassidy’s...

Trombley tops Just for the Halibut, Just for Kids fundraiser

A 15.5-pound Halibut brought in by Randy Trombley turned out to be the winning fish in the 30th annual Just for Halibut, Just for...

Catalina residents march to support immigrants, families

Members of the Catalina Progressive Action Group marched across Catalina Island June 30 to show their support for immigrants. Americans young and old took...

What’s new on Catalina Island

Visitors to Catalina have a lot of choices. For those visitors who don’t already have plans for their visit, you’ll find a brief rundown...
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