Past Stories

Del Rey council to discuss vandalism

The vandalism of Culver-Marina Little League facilities and theft of baseball equipment nearly two weeks ago is set for discussion during tonight’s Del Rey Neighborhood Council meeting at Del Rey Square, 11976 Culver Blvd., D...


Culver-Marina Little League Baseball Vice President Matthew Wind surveys damage to the snack bar’s storage room

Vandals trash Culver-Marina Little League area

Satanic graffiti and snack bar break-in prompt sweep of encampments in nearby wetlands By Gary Walker Leaving torn team banners, piles of trash and satanic symbols behind them, vandals broke into the snack bar and restrooms of ...


Street plan in the works for Del Rey

The Del Rey Neighborhood Council and Del Rey Residents Association are hosting a forum on the Centinela Avenue Streetscape Plan — being developed as a guide for future upgrades along Centinela — from noon to 3 p.m. Saturday...



The Del Rey City Soccer Club takes its game to a new level — the National Premier Soccer League

Moving the ball forward

The Del Rey City Soccer Club takes its game to a new level — the National Premier Soccer League By Joe Piasecki Brian Perez wants to put Marina del Rey on the professional soccer map. President and co-owner of the…


Lisa Donna sings from — and about —the heart

From Del Rey with ‘Love’: Singer Lisa Donna serenades the season with a classy Christmas album

By Michael Aushenker From somewhere between the corporate compounds of Coral Tree and the nondescript storefronts along Centinela, a voice rings out clear as a bell from a brunette belle with dark, soulful eyes. The eight track...


Kendra Moore worries that another government shutdown could put Section 8 tenants in financial jeopardy.

Affordable housing rent hikes loom: Families in Venice, Del Rey to pay for Washington’s squabbles

                                By Gary Walker A resident of the 246-unit Breezes Del Mar affordable housing complex in Venice for nearly three dec...



Shooting stokes safety fears in Del Rey: Homeowner justified in killing knife-wielding attacker, police say

By Joe Piasecki Los Angeles police have ruled that a Del Rey homeowner who shot and killed a violent homeless intruder on Sept. 30 acted in legal self-defense, but the incident has left neighbors calling for more action to addr...


Bad Karma?: Jose Benitez shows the “karma tickets” that he and others were given by Citizens of the World.

Del Rey: Conflict simmers over traffic woes at Stoner Elementary

                          By Gary Walker Tensions are flaring over what Del Rey residents are calling an invasion of their neighborhood by a charter school sharin...


JACK AND CINDY JONES present a $1 million check to Boys & Girls Clubs of Santa Monica President and CEO Aaron Young (right) to be used for the new community branch at Mar Vista Gardens in Del Rey.

Del Rey: Businessman donates $1 million to open Mar Vista Gardens Boys & Girls Club branch

The Boys & Girls Clubs of Santa Monica’s new community branch at the Mar Vista Gardens apartment complex in Del Rey has received a $1 million donation from real estate businessman John D. “Jack” Jones. Jones, who has ...



Del Rey: City offers $50,000 reward for fatal shooting information

The Los Angeles City Council is offering a $50,000 reward for information leading to the conviction of the suspect who fatally shot a 25-year-old Del Rey man in his vehicle Aug. 17. The victim, identified by police as Francisco...






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