On the coast of Palos Verdes there’s a multitude of hiking trails for the avid outdoorsman - but if you are looking for a memorable destination to hike to, it’s worthwhile to take a hike down to the SS Dominator Shipwreck. The rusty ruins of the SS Dominator lie washed up on the shore of Palos Verdes Point, on the north side of Lunada Bay.Read More
Freighthouse is your source for the unusual, special and sometimes antique items. Today we are featuring a collection of Imari Porcelains. Imari came from the island of Kyushu in Japan in the 1600’s!Read More
John Joseph Haggarty was a wealthy department store owner who immigrated from England in 1887. He founded the New York Cloak and Suit House (dba Haggarty's) in 1905. In 1912 he built a mansion at 3330 West Adams, which was the hub of Los Angeles high society at the time, and later built a weekend house on the shore in Long Beach at 1800 East Ocean.Read More
Marilyn Monroe, Audrey Hepburn, Brigitte Bardot, Elizabeth Taylor and other notable celebrities were joined at the PVAC by a swarm of of chic sophisticates for the cocktail reception that accompanied their unveiling. The fabulous photography of notable photographer and book author, Douglas Kirkland made it all possible.Read More
The Neptune Fountain at Malaga Cove, the Palos Verdes Estates, CA.
The famous Neptune's Fountain at Malaga Cove, The Palos Verdes Estates, CA, sports Neptune and his trident rising gloriously from the waves. Neptune is backed by four cherubs, four mermaids, four dolphins and several fishes among his kingdom, and all of it is a stunning depiction of his power over the sea.Read More