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  1. Evicted: Beach Cities short-term rentals forced undergroundRead the original story

    Friday Jun 26 | Easy Reader News

    Now that short-term rentals are officially banned in Manhattan Beach, Dana Seagars is rethinking his retirement plan. Many hundreds of other property owners in the Beach Cities are figuring out what the ban means for them, too.

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  2. Police ask for public's help finding missing manRead the original story w/Photo

    Tuesday Jun 23 | Easy Reader News

    The Manhattan Beach Police Department is asking for the public's help finding a 92-year-old man who suffers from dementia and was reported missing Tuesday. At least some of the tar that first washed up on Manhattan Beach on May 27 was from the May 19 oil spill over 100 miles north in Refugio State Beach in Santa Barbara County.

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  3. Beach Cities Sports: Baseball, running, soccer, volleyball and moreRead the original story w/Photo

    Tuesday Jun 23 | Easy Reader News

    At least some of the tar that first washed up on Manhattan Beach on May 27 was from the May 19 oil spill over 100 miles north in Refugio State Beach in Santa Barbara County. John Van Hamersveld's emergence from the South Bay's surf culture and his Zelig-like presence in pop culture throughout the ensuing decades, make it appear preordained that he would receive the commission for Hermosa's surfing mural.

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  4. Sand and Surf girls end successful US Youth Soccer season at Western RegionalsRead the original story w/Photo

    Tuesday Jun 23 | Easy Reader News

    At least some of the tar that first washed up on Manhattan Beach on May 27 was from the May 19 oil spill over 100 miles north in Refugio State Beach in Santa Barbara County. John Van Hamersveld's emergence from the South Bay's surf culture and his Zelig-like presence in pop culture throughout the ensuing decades, make it appear preordained that he would receive the commission for Hermosa's surfing mural.

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  5. Brian Murphy, Eva Porter top winners at 10th annual South Bay Dozen competitionRead the original story w/Photo

    Tuesday Jun 23 | Easy Reader News

    At least some of the tar that first washed up on Manhattan Beach on May 27 was from the May 19 oil spill over 100 miles north in Refugio State Beach in Santa Barbara County. John Van Hamersveld's emergence from the South Bay's surf culture and his Zelig-like presence in pop culture throughout the ensuing decades, make it appear preordained that he would receive the commission for Hermosa's surfing mural.

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  6. Manhattan Beach oil came from Santa Barbara spillRead the original story w/Photo

    Tuesday Jun 23 | Easy Reader News

    At least some of the tar that first washed up on Manhattan Beach on May 27 was from the May 19 oil spill over 100 miles north in Refugio State Beach in Santa Barbara County. John Van Hamersveld's emergence from the South Bay's surf culture and his Zelig-like presence in pop culture throughout the ensuing decades, make it appear preordained that he would receive the commission for Hermosa's surfing mural.

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  7. Jacob Helfgott captures first Manhattan Beach 5K titleRead the original story w/Photo

    Sunday Jun 21 | Easy Reader News

    John Van Hamersveld's emergence from the South Bay's surf culture and his Zelig-like presence in pop culture throughout the ensuing decades, make it appear preordained that he would receive the commission for Hermosa's surfing mural. More than 400 participants finished the Manhattan Beach Summer 5K Saturday morning under clear, sunny conditions.

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  8. Manduka, revered yoga mat company, opens its doors to the community in El Segundo SaturdayRead the original story w/Photo

    Friday Jun 19 | Easy Reader News

    John Van Hamersveld's emergence from the South Bay's surf culture and his Zelig-like presence in pop culture throughout the ensuing decades, make it appear preordained that he would receive the commission for Hermosa's surfing mural. The story begins with an architect and yoga teacher named Peter Sterios, who had a realization one day that the mats he and his fellow yogis were using not conducive to the practice of yoga.

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  9. Cops capture burglar a few doors down from kids party in Manhattan BeachRead the original story

    Friday Jun 19 | Easy Reader News

    A man who appeared to be burglarizing a home during a party was arrested by Manhattan Beach Police yesterday afternoon. John Van Hamersveld's emergence from the South Bay's surf culture and his Zelig-like presence in pop culture throughout the ensuing decades, make it appear preordained that he would receive the commission for Hermosa's surfing mural.

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  10. Hermosa Beach sewer fee opponents rally for protest hearingRead the original story w/Photo

    Thursday Jun 18 | Easy Reader News

    On June 23, residents will have their last chance to oppose the fee by submitting their protest ballots at a hearing at city hall. According to state law, if a majority of the residences affected by the fee oppose it by mailing in or handing over 3,500 protest ballots, its imposition can be overturned.

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  11. South Bay Community Calendar 06/17/15-06/24/15Read the original story w/Photo

    Thursday Jun 18 | Easy Reader News

    FREE TO BE ME DRUM CIRCLE Facilitated rhythmic games for the whole family. Meet at the water's edge under the Hermosa Beach Pier.

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  12. Manhattan Beach, targeting AirBnB, officially bans short term rentalsRead the original story w/Photo

    Wednesday Jun 17 | Easy Reader News

    When the Hermosa Beach City Council approved an arcane zoning change on May 26 for two buildings right behind city hall, it paved the way for the Hermosa Beach Police Department to get its very own firing range. It also took some residents by surprise.

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  13. Hermosa Beach police firing range stirs controversyRead the original story

    Wednesday Jun 17 | Easy Reader News

    When the Hermosa Beach City Council approved an arcane zoning change on May 26 for two buildings right behind city hall, it paved the way for the Hermosa Beach Police Department to get its very own firing range. It also took some residents by surprise.

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  14. Beach Cities Sports: Baseball, basketball, running, volleyball and moreRead the original story w/Photo

    Monday Jun 15 | Easy Reader News

    John Van Hamersveld's emergence from the South Bay's surf culture and his Zelig-like presence in pop culture throughout the ensuing decades, make it appear preordained that he would receive the commission for Hermosa's surfing mural. John Van Hamersveld's emergence from the South Bay's surf culture and his Zelig-like presence in pop culture throughout the ensuing decades, make it appear preordained that he would receive the commission for Hermosa's surfing mural.

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  15. Chloe Caroline takes on NashvilleRead the original story

    Thursday Jun 11 | Easy Reader News

    Patrick Killen helped define the modern architecture that emerged in the South Bay over the last quarter century. Now in the late stages of lymphoma, he has only gratitude, not regrets.

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  16. Dwell on Design features Hermosa architect Dean NotaRead the original story w/Photo

    Tuesday Jun 9 | Easy Reader News

    For the second year, surf store Nikau Kai Waterman Shop will be allowed to have a pop-up shop next to the Manhattan Beach Pier during the summer. During a morning surf session on the southside of the Hermosa Beach Pier, it's hard not to smell breakfast cooking from the lineup.

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  17. Manhattan Beach extends pilot program of surf rentals by pierRead the original story w/Photo

    Tuesday Jun 9 | Easy Reader News

    For the second year, surf store Nikau Kai Waterman Shop will be allowed to have a pop-up shop next to the Manhattan Beach Pier during the summer. South Bay Brokers founders Jim Van Zanten and Jack Gillespie announced this week that South Bay Brokers has merged with Vista Sotheby's in Palos Verdes, a member of the Sotheby's International organization.

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  18. Live Oak basketball tourney straight from heavenRead the original story w/Photo

    Monday Jun 8 | Easy Reader News

    South Bay Brokers founders Jim Van Zanten and Jack Gillespie announced this week that South Bay Brokers has merged with Vista Sotheby's in Palos Verdes, a member of the Sotheby's International organization. "Marine Corp officers must be 5-foot-6.

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  19. L.A. Zoo and Children's Hospital bring kids and animals togetherRead the original story w/Photo

    Saturday Jun 6 | Easy Reader News

    Pigeons have been a problem at the Beach House for years, and the hotel has tried various ineffective methods to address it, including laying down strips of spikes and electric-charged strips to shoo the birds away. But now, the hotel is moving up the food chain to solve the problem.

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  20. Hermosa Beach hotel hires a hawk to fight pigeon problemRead the original story w/Photo

    Saturday Jun 6 | Easy Reader News

    Pigeons have been a problem at the Beach House for years, and the hotel has tried various ineffective methods to address it, including laying down strips of spikes and electric-charged strips to shoo the birds away. But now, the hotel is moving up the food chain to solve the problem.

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