Heal The Bay
The view from the Santa Monica Pier may draw millions of tourists every year, but the beach itself is among the most polluted in California, according to a report released Wednesday.
Los Angeles County beaches lead the state in poor water quality, according to Heal the Bay’s 24th annual Beach Report Card.
A rare whale that has a dolphin-shaped head and saber-like teeth has been found dead on Los Angeles’ Venice Beach, even though it prefers frigid subarctic waters.
Volunteers were on the beaches in Santa Monica and Playa del Rey Thursday as part of a cleanup effort following Wednesday’s storm.
An annual study of California beaches shows the water quality along the state’s coast this past summer was one of the cleanest on record.
Give your children the chance to support their community through these Los Angeles area family-friendly outdoor volunteer opportunities.
Heal the Bay released its annual Beach Report Card Thursday morning.
Tickets are sold out to KROQ’s 21st Annual Weenie Roast on Saturday, but viewers can listen and watch the concert on a live stream!
Hundreds of young school children got an up close and personal tour of the ocean Wednesday as part of Heal the Bay’s annual environmental literacy program.
One of Santa Monica’s greatest tourist attractions was also one of its greatest health problems.
When your kid hits the double-digit age range, suddenly the old tricks don’t work anymore. Here are some great suggestions for activities that both parents and those growing children will enjoy together.
Los Angeles County once again leads Heal the Bay’s annual “Beach Bummer List,” with seven locations in the ranking of the state’s 10 most polluted beaches.
The Los Angeles Lakers will begin an employee service campaign dubbed “Lakers Team Up” Tuesday, which will include assembling and distributing care packages for the homeless, preparing and serving food to senior citizens and cleaning up beaches.
California beachgoers enjoyed another summer of clean water, according to an annual study released Tuesday.
A colorful paint job has some Santa Monica residents seeing red. They’re upset about a new mural that covers the front of a vacant four-story house.