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  1. Waves arena t as dangerous as feared, but it was a swell day for surfersRead the original story w/Photo

    Friday Aug 19 | The Daily Breeze

    Canyon Cresto, 15, of Manhattan Beach falls off his large inflatable flamingo as he rides a wave near the Wedge in Newport Beach Friday morning. The wild and wacky Wedge on Balboa Peninsula delivered again on Friday – this time in the form of a pink flamingo getting tossed in the punchy shore break as a south swell brought strong surf to the coast.

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  2. Big waves and inflatable pink flamingo invade wild, wacky WedgeRead the original story w/Photo

    Friday Aug 19 | The Daily Breeze

    Canyon Cresto, 15, of Manhattan Beach falls off his large inflatable flamingo as he rides a wave near the Wedge in Newport Beach Friday morning. First, there was a couple who were tossed from their jet ski as they got stuck in front of a 20-foot bomb at the Wedge earlier this year.

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  3. Manhattan Beach backs away from proposed restrictions on picketingRead the original story w/Photo

    Thursday Aug 18 | The Daily Breeze

    Concerned about possible infringement on constitutional rights and legal challenges, the Manhattan Beach City Council has shelved a proposed ordinance that would have restricted picketing in residential neighborhoods. Councilwoman Amy Howorth, who proposed the ordinance, and Councilman David Lesser were on the losing side of a 3-2 vote to table the issue.

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  4. Former Manhattan Beach police official to head LAX policeRead the original story w/Photo

    Thursday Aug 18 | The Daily Breeze

    A former Manhattan Beach police captain was named chief of the Los Angeles Airport Police Department, airport officials said Thursday. David L. Maggard Jr., a 30-year police veteran who served as police chief in Irvine, was chosen from more than two dozen candidates in a national search.

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  5. Proposal to rename Artesia Boulevard in Redondo Beach makes comebackRead the original story w/Photo

    Wednesday Aug 17 | The Daily Breeze

    Redondo Beach is revisiting a potential name change for Artesia Boulevard, even though officials in neighboring cities that share the major thoroughfare don't like the idea one bit. The North Redondo Beach Business Association has been pushing for years to call the street Redondo Beach Boulevard - a name it hasn't had since Caltrans changed it in the 1960s - arguing a rebranding would give the corridor a stronger sense of a beach town identity.

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  6. Roaring in this weekend: Big waves and rip currentsRead the original story w/Photo

    Wednesday Aug 17 | The Daily Breeze

    The National Weather Service is warning of big waves and dangerous rip currents this weekend - and combined with warm weather that's expected to linger, that could mean danger for beachgoers seeking relief from the heat. The swell is a long-period south swell that is expected to bring 3- to 4-foot waves by Thursday afternoon and sets up to 6 feet by Friday and Saturday.

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  7. Parenting 2.0: Grandkids are naturea s mulligansRead the original story w/Photo

    Tuesday Aug 16 | The Daily Breeze

    I've been waxing poetic around the house lately. The object of my affection - our 2-year-old granddaughter, Maci! There is something that positively tingles a man's soul when a 2-year-old squeals when you come in the door.

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  8. These are the most expensive homes in Southern California youa ll likely never be able to affordRead the original story w/Photo

    Sunday Aug 14 | The Daily Breeze

    The North Carolwood Drive home in Holmby Hills features a variety of amenities, including a lap pool, and steam/massage room. Nestled among the trees, the property also has a private hiking trail.

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  9. Officers chase, grab man driving stolen Caltrans truck through Manhattan Beach, HawthorneRead the original story w/Photo

    Wednesday Aug 10 | The Daily Breeze

    An Inglewood man who allegedly stole a Caltrans pickup truck and led officers Wednesday on a chase through Manhattan Beach was shot with bean bag rounds and arrested when he crashed in Hawthorne, police said. Daniel Perez, 25, was taken to jail following the 10:30 a.m. pursuit that ended when a Manhattan Beach officer used his patrol car to ram the Caltrans truck, shoving it into a utility pole, Manhattan Beach police Sgt.

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  10. Hoffarth: Eddie Braun honoring Evel Knievel with leap of faithRead the original story w/Photo

    Friday Aug 5 | The Daily Breeze

    What would compel Eddie Braun to propel himself a quarter of a mile across a canyon in Idaho if not even Evel Knievel could do it? Because if there was a fortuitously fitting way to pay homage your personal hero, while at the same time putting the final line on your own professional life's resume, wouldn't you jump at the opportunity? The 54-year-old Hollywood stuntman and stunt coordinator from Manhattan Beach, content with getting his name in the closing credits while letting Jackie Chan or Ben Affleck or Charlie Sheen take the glory, is apt to get some headlines for taking his leap of faith Sept. 17 in Twin Falls, Idaho.

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  11. Redondo Beach moves to limit campaign contributions; critics say proposal not tough enoughRead the original story w/Photo

    Thursday Aug 4 | The Daily Breeze

    Redondo Beach leaders want to set limits on campaign contributions for the first time in the city's history, but they are divided on just how hard to come down on reforms. The City Council this week voted 3-2 on guidelines that will be considered for a future ordinance specifying limits on campaign contributions.

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  12. What to catch at this weekenda s International Surf Festival along South Bay beachesRead the original story w/Photo

    Thursday Aug 4 | The Daily Breeze

    Organizers of the Dwight Crum Pier-to-Pier Swim, a highlight of this weekend's annual South Bay International Surf Festival, say Sunday morning's event will be one of the biggest ever. More than 1,200 people registered for the grueling two-mile open-ocean swim race between the Hermosa Beach and Manhattan Beach piers.

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  13. Area Notebook: International Surf Festival on tapRead the original story w/Photo

    Wednesday Aug 3 | The Daily Breeze

    The 55th International Surf Festival takes place in Hermosa Beach and Manhattan Beach, kicking off today with the first day of the Charlie Saikley 6-person volleyball tournament, and concluding on Sunday with multiple beach events. The weekend is full of different events, but known as the three signature events for the festival are the Charlie Saikley 6-person volleyball tournament Thursday and Friday at the Manhattan Beach Pier, the Judge Taplin Lifeguard Medley Relay on Saturday night at the Hermosa Beach Pier under portable lights and the Dwight Crum Pier-to-Pier Swim on Sunday.

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  14. Manhattan Beach braces itself for challenges if Hermosa Beach outsources fire servicesRead the original story w/Photo

    Wednesday Aug 3 | The Daily Breeze

    Manhattan Beach city officials are concerned about the effects upon their fire department, above, if Hermosa Beach chooses to contract out to the county for its fire services. As Hermosa Beach explores whether to contract its fire services with Los Angeles County, leaders in neighboring Manhattan Beach want to know how the switch could impact their city and prepare a backup plan.

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  15. Hermosa Beach homicide victim remembered as a colorful, vibrant, active womanRead the original story w/Photo

    Friday Jul 29 | The Daily Breeze

    A small memorial of flowers were left outside the home of Vantha Tho on Friday in Hermosa Beach. A South Bay family that lost a member to gun violence nearly 13 years ago mourned another loss Friday, remembering a Hermosa Beach woman shot to death in an apparent murder-suicide as vibrant, colorful and “everything that any good person would be like.” A day after Vantha Tho, 35, was killed in her rented room, apparently by a former boyfriend who then took his own life, Tho's sister and brother tried to make sense of it and the pain that has affected their lives.

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  16. Want to smoke in Hermosa Beach? Starting next month, good luckRead the original story w/Photo

    Wednesday Jul 27 | The Daily Breeze

    Smoking tobacco and electronic cigarettes - or marijuana, for that matter - in any Hermosa Beach public area will soon be outlawed as city leaders mount a more aggressive campaign to try to snuff out the practice. The City Council voted 5-0 on Tuesday night to expand a ban on smoking downtown, at beaches and public gatherings to include the entire city.

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  17. Will new Harry Potter play kick off magical midnights for booksellersRead the original story w/Photo

    Monday Jul 25 | The Daily Breeze

    Party-goers try their hand at an Ordinary Wizarding Level during a Harry Potter midnight book release event in 2012 at Once Upon A Time bookstore in Montrose. Photo credit: Jessica Palacios Booksellers say they don't know how much excitement the publication of the script for “Harry Potter and the Cursed Child: Parts One and Two” will generate among younger fans.

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  18. Kyla Doig digs beach volleyball gold at AAU Junior OlympicsRead the original story w/Photo

    Sunday Jul 24 | The Daily Breeze

    Kyla Doig has a kill against Maggie Walters as she and Jaden Whitmarsh win in U16 AAU beach volleyball Jr. Olympics gold medal final in Hermosa Beach Saturday afternoon.Photo for The Daily Breeze by Axel Koester, 07/23/2016 Doig, who as a freshman helped the Redondo High girls volleyball team win the CIF State Division I championship, has taken her talents to the sand this summer. Doig and her partner, Jaden Whitmarsh , completed an unbeaten run through the AAU West Coast Junior Olympics on Saturday, defeating Devon Newberry and Maggie Walters of Santa Cruz 21-12 in the 16-and-under gold medal match just north of the Hermosa Beach pier.

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  19. Doig digs beach volleyball gold at AAU Junior OlympicsRead the original story w/Photo

    Jul 23, 2016 | The Daily Breeze

    Doig, who as a freshman helped the Redondo High girls volleyball team win the CIF State Division I championship, has taken her talents to the sand this summer. Doig and her partner, Jaden Whitmarsh , completed an unbeaten run through the AAU West Coast Junior Olympics on Saturday, defeating Devon Newberry and Maggie Walters of Santa Cruz 21-12 in the 16-and-under gold medal match just north of the Hermosa Beach pier.

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  20. Why South Bay environmentalists oppose West Basina s planned ocean water desalination plantRead the original story w/Photo

    Jul 22, 2016 | The Daily Breeze

    Environmental groups are stepping up efforts to block the West Basin Municipal Water District from building the first full-scale desalination plant in Los Angeles, claiming the damaging effects on the coastline far outweigh the benefits of turning the ocean into a source of drinking water. West Basin, a Carson-based agency that supplies much of the South Bay's water, has spent more than a decade and tens of millions of dollars exploring building the plant on the beach in El Segundo - part of a long-term plan to make the region less dependent on imported water.

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