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  1. The Way it Was: Robi Hutas at 608 North captures the look and feel of days gone byRead the original story w/Photo

    1 hr ago | Easy Reader News

    There's a slight difference of opinion as to the genesis of "The Art & Photography of Robi Hutas," on view through Sunday at 608 North in Redondo Beach. The exhibition spans decades and includes a range of media in addition to the photography that Hutas is best known for .

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  2. South Bay arts and entertainment calendar November 20 -26Read the original story w/Photo

    Thursday Nov 20 | Easy Reader News

    Memoir: Jane Schwartzberg reads from her book, "Naked Jane Bares All" tonight at 7 p.m. at Pages Bookstore. The 31-year old newlywed is diagnosed with cancer.

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  3. City of Manhattan Beach drops new positionsRead the original story w/Photo

    Tuesday Nov 18 | Easy Reader News

    Manhattan Beach City Manager Mark Danaj introduces the four new positions at the Oct. 7 council meeting. Photo by Caroline Anderson Responding to a wave of criticism, the city of Manhattan Beach announced that it would not be filling the four new positions it created about a month ago in an email sent out Tuesday morning.

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  4. CBVA Beach Volleyball Hall of Fame inducts three new members;...Read the original story w/Photo

    Tuesday Nov 18 | Easy Reader News

    When beach volleyball legend Bob Clem was tearing up the sand courts in the 1970s, there were no bleachers full of fans and teams could only score when serving the ball. The sports has since switched to rally scoring where a point is awarded after each serve and has become one of the most popular of the Olympic Games.

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  5. Words will speak louder than actions at TEDxMB, for nowRead the original story w/Photo

    Friday Nov 14 | Easy Reader News

    At last year's TEDx MB, Sugar Lab co-founders Kyle and Liz von Hasseln showcase the cupcake sugar topping they successfully created with a 3-D printer after months of trial and error. By Kelly Dawson When Julia Horwitz takes the stage at the upcoming TEDxMB event, she will know what it feels like to see, and then, be seen.

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  6. Beach Volleyball Guru to Speak in Manhattan BeachRead the original story w/Photo

    Wednesday Nov 12 | Easy Reader News

    The creator of the Asics World Series of Beach Volleyball will speak at Pages bookstore tonight to promote the book Going Supernova: The Bold Paths of 101 Superachievers. The story of Leonard Armato, a Manhattan Beach resident who has done much to professionalize the sport of beach volleyball, is featured among those of other South Bay residents in the book.

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  7. Manhattan Beach tries to quell furor over added jobsRead the original story w/Photo

    Tuesday Nov 11 | Easy Reader News

    In an effort to address public outcry over the four new positions Manhattan Beach added last month, the city unveiled a new website that allows users to track the city's finances and instituted a quarterly update. The debut of these measures at the Nov. 5 council meeting ended with squabbling among the council over how the positions would be paid for.

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  8. Skechers to expand south to Hermosa Beach with new design centerRead the original story w/Photo

    Friday Nov 7 | Easy Reader News

    Skechers, the nation's number two shoe brand, plans to build a 98,871 square foot design center and a 34,468 executive office on the west side of Pacific Coast Highway in Hermosa Beach. The two buildings, on either side of 30th Street, will be connected by a bridge and a tunnel, according to a planning application recently submitted to the Hermosa Community Development Department.

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  9. South Bay arts and entertainment calendar: November 6 - 12Read the original story w/Photo

    Thursday Nov 6 | Easy Reader News

    "Mea Culpa: Life is Good??," oil on canvas, by Michael Chomick is part of Torrance Art Museum's South Bay Focus. Rep picks night: Pages gets you into the holiday spirit early with an evening of book recommendations.

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  10. Murder and Marriage at Two Local High Schools - The play's...Read the original story w/Photo

    Thursday Nov 6 | Easy Reader News

    They're not exactly duking it out in the ring or on the field, but this weekend the drama departments of Mira Costa High School and Redondo Union High School are opening new plays. Both of them begin with the letter "M" but the similarities end there: Mira Costa's "The Matchmaker" is a comedic farce and set in the 1880s, while Redondo Union's "Macbeth" is a gory tragedy still vaguely set in Scotland but taking place in the aftermath of a global holocaust.

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  11. Finding his voice: Patrick Storey, a 26-year old autistic man, comes to life through songRead the original story w/Photo

    Thursday Nov 6 | Easy Reader News

    The first time Jim Storey noticed his son Patrick's vocal talent, they were in the car, listening to radio commercials. Patrick, now 26, is autistic, and has limited verbal skills.

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  12. Allen beats Fluke in CA D26 State Senate raceRead the original story w/Photo

    Wednesday Nov 5 | Easy Reader News

    Ben Allen, state Senator Fran Pavley, and Congressman Henry Waxman enjoyed a festive election night party at Warszawa Restaurant in Santa Monica. Photo by Alyssa Morin.

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  13. Republican Hadley beats incumbent Muratsuchi for assemblyRead the original story w/Photo

    Wednesday Nov 5 | Easy Reader News

    David Hadley poses for a photo with a supporter at his election night party at Rock and Brews in Redondo Beach. Photo by Caroline Anderson Both campaigns held election parties late into the night, with aides frequently checking updated results.

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  14. Great white shark spotted off Hermosa Beach pierRead the original story w/Photo

    Tuesday Nov 4 | Easy Reader News

    Thomas Super was taking a Sunday morning stroll along Hermosa Pier with his girlfriend when the two spotted a shadow moving under the surface. Initially thinking that the figure below the waves was a dolphin - "We see them all the time," Super said - it took a few moments for the couple to realize what they were seeing.

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  15. Manhattan Beach says yes to electric vehicles, renewable energyRead the original story w/Photo

    Tuesday Nov 4 | Easy Reader News

    Hermosa Beach Mayor Pro Tem Nanette Barragan encourages Manhattan Beach to join in a feasibility study of renewable energy. Photo by Caroline Anderson The city of Manhattan Beach will expand its electric vehicle charging infrastructure and explore making renewable energy more available to its residents, the city council voted last month.

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  16. 2014 Spyder Surf's "Scare and Tear" Halloween Surf Costume ContestRead the original story w/Photo

    Monday Nov 3 | Easy Reader News

    On November 1st, the "Day of the Dead" or the "Day of the Shred," Spyder Surf put on their annual "Scare and Tear" Surf Contest at Manhattan Beach.

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  17. Pisces Sushi: Simplicity and Grace In North Manhattan [restaurant review]Read the original story w/Photo

    Sunday Nov 2 | Easy Reader News

    I occasionally hesitate when somebody asks if an establishment is a restaurant. Is a take-out joint that has some plastic patio furniture in the corner a restaurant? By the loosest definition, yes, but if there's no welcome, no service, no other amenities, it's just a place you buy food.

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  18. Set free from SomaliaRead the original story w/Photo

    Friday Oct 31 | Easy Reader News

    Journalist Michael Scott Moore was freed last month after being held captive in Somalia for almost three years by armed abductors. Moore, 45, who grew up in Redondo Beach and graduated from Mira Costa High School in Manhattan Beach, had traveled to Somalia to report on Somali pirates in preparation for a book on the subject.

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  19. Manhattan Beach inches toward plan for downtownRead the original story w/Photo

    Friday Oct 31 | Easy Reader News

    Loreli Cappel, a representative from PMC, a company the city is considering hiring to develop a downtown plan. Photo by Caroline Anderson The citizens of Manhattan Beach will spend five days in January exploring what they would like the city's downtown to look like.

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  20. South Bay Community CalendarRead the original story

    Thursday Oct 30 | Easy Reader News

    Thursday 30 BOOK EVENT Lee Wilson Author Event Rebel on Pointe: A Memoir of Ballet & Broadway. Lee Wilson is an award-winning writer, producer, and actor living in Los Angeles.

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