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  1. Waitin' on G.I. Joe to get betterRead the original story w/Photo

    Friday Mar 27 | Easy Reader News

    But Joe Charles, 55, known to the students of his bootcamp on the Manhattan Beach Pier as G.I. Joe,, said the experience of recovering from a stroke is giving him a new understanding of what his students go through. "It's not bad being coached because I see myself with my students," said Charles from a wheelchair in his apartment this Monday.

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  2. Wolfs, Wagner honored at Richstone Affair of the HeartRead the original story w/Photo

    Friday Mar 27 | Easy Reader News

    "This is a perfect evening," Larry Wolf said as he and his wife Lynn looked out across the more than 300 guests attending the 20th Annual Richstone Family Center Affair of the Heart. "It's a party and it helps support all the Richstone kids."

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  3. About Town in Manhattan BeachRead the original story w/Photo

    Thursday Mar 26 | Easy Reader News

    The Antigua Cafe is part wine bar, part coffee and pastry shop, a little Guatemalan, a little Polish, and a wholly interesting dining experience. A record number of sealion pups have been washing up emaciated on the shores of California this year, including those of the South Bay.

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  4. Howorth, Lesser sworn in for second termRead the original story w/Photo

    Thursday Mar 26 | Easy Reader News

    The Antigua Cafe is part wine bar, part coffee and pastry shop, a little Guatemalan, a little Polish, and a wholly interesting dining experience. Newly reelected City Councilmembers Amy Howorth and David Lesser were sworn in last Tuesday night by City Clerk Liza Tamura.

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  5. Residents mostly happy, survey saysRead the original story w/Photo

    Thursday Mar 26 | Easy Reader News

    The Antigua Cafe is part wine bar, part coffee and pastry shop, a little Guatemalan, a little Polish, and a wholly interesting dining experience. "In general, the level of satisfaction across the board is unusually positive," said Sharon Pinkerton of the public opinion reseach and strategy company Fairbank, Maslin, Maullin, Metz and Associates at the March 17 city council meeting.

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  6. Taking Hermosa Beach's anti-oil, eco-movement one step furtherRead the original story w/Photo

    Tuesday Mar 24 | Easy Reader News

    Hermosa resident Robert Fortunato, who lives with his wife and son in the city's first carbon-neutral home, hopes activists that stepped up against Measure O remain engaged in the eco-movement. From Fortunato's point of view, Measure O was just the tip of a large iceberg.

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  7. El Segundo local launches 'Bike to Surf' campaignRead the original story w/Photo

    Monday Mar 23 | Easy Reader News

    Within the past two years, Manhattan Beach residents Sidney Sartini, 17, Ruby Carr, 17, and Natalia Panzarella, 17, formed a band called Bahari, wrote over thirty songs and signed a joint contract with Interscope Records. Most mornings he rose early, jumped in his car and headed towards the water.

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  8. SBS Surf League Team Challenge at Hermosa PierRead the original story w/Photo

    Sunday Mar 22 | Easy Reader News

    Within the past two years, Manhattan Beach residents Sidney Sartini, 17, Ruby Carr, 17, and Natalia Panzarella, 17, formed a band called Bahari, wrote over thirty songs and signed a joint contract with Interscope Records. With waves either being too big or completely flat postponing contests the entire season, the South Bay Boardriders Surf Club gets blessed with fun waves and perfect conditions.

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  9. State playoff run ends for Redondo's girls basketball teamRead the original story w/Photo

    Saturday Mar 21 | Easy Reader News

    Within the past two years, Manhattan Beach residents Sidney Sartini, 17, Ruby Carr, 17, and Natalia Panzarella, 17, formed a band called Bahari, wrote over thirty songs and signed a joint contract with Interscope Records. With waves either being too big or completely flat postponing contests the entire season, the South Bay Boardriders Surf Club gets blessed with fun waves and perfect conditions.

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  10. Mira Costa, Loyola resume boys volleyball rivalryRead the original story w/Photo

    Friday Mar 20 | Easy Reader News

    Mira Costa's boys volleyball team takes on rival Loyola in a 7 p.m. non-league match Friday at Loyola Marymount University looking to avenge last year's sweep by the Cubs. Not only does the match pit two of the top programs in the country, it also carries neighborhood bragging rights.

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  11. Manhattan Beach band makes international splashRead the original story w/Photo

    Friday Mar 20 | Easy Reader News

    Within the past two years, Manhattan Beach residents Sidney Sartini, 17, Ruby Carr, 17, and Natalia Panzarella, 17, formed a band called Bahari, wrote over thirty songs, signed a joint contract with Interscope Records, and even recorded in the same studio and bonded with pop star Selena Gomez, all while keeping it a secret-until Dec. 30, 2014. On Dec. 30, Bahari released their first single, "Wild Ones" on iTunes, sparking an immediate international response and marking their debut as a band.

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  12. Growing Wild: Best Flower ShopRead the original story w/Photo

    Friday Mar 20 | Easy Reader News

    Manhattan Beach native twin sisters Lee Hoven Bakos and Lisa Hoven Gallien always dreamed of running their own business. Growing up, their parents instilled in them a love of gardening and the two worked at a local flower shop as Mira Costa High School seniors, then as business majors at Pepperdine University.

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  13. 23rd Street Jewelers: Best Jewelry StoreRead the original story w/Photo

    Friday Mar 20 | Easy Reader News

    In 1981, sisters Diane Allen and Mary Kelley combined their talents to open 23rd Street Jewelers in Santa Monica. Allen, artistically inclined from a young age, designed souvenirs for Elvis Presley's estate, while Kelley, who attended the Gemological Institute of America, worked for businesses importing and brokering diamonds and colored gemstones, traveling to trade shows across the world, including Bangkok and Hong Kong.

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  14. Trader Joe's: Best Grocery StoreRead the original story w/Photo

    Thursday Mar 19 | Easy Reader News

    With more than five locations in the South Bay, it's hard to drive anywhere without finding a Trader Joe's close to your home. Trader Joe's began as a small chain in the 1950s, under the name Pronto Markets.

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  15. Natalie at Old Venice: Best ServerRead the original story w/Photo

    Thursday Mar 19 | Easy Reader News

    I almost choked on my iced tea when I asked Natalie at Old Venice Restaurant in Manhattan Beach how long she had worked there and she said 15 years. She looks about 20. In fact, the petite blond and quintessential beach girl is 30 and started working at Old Venice when she was 14. It's her family's restaurant.

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  16. Adam DeRitter: Best BartenderRead the original story w/Photo

    Thursday Mar 19 | Easy Reader News

    Adam DeRitter was born and raised in Manhattan Beach and has found a happy home for himself behind the bar at Rock n Fish in his hometown. "I started as a food runner nine years ago and realized how fun the industry is," he said.

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  17. Fresh Brothers: Best PizzaRead the original story w/Photo

    Thursday Mar 19 | Easy Reader News

    Fresh Brothers offers pizza with a thick or thin crust, topped with healthy vegetables or with a vast pile of meat, and of course they offer a variety of sizes from individual to a pie that will feed a small army. This locally owned chain has taken off, going from one location in Manhattan Beach in 1985 to 10, with locations as far north as Westlake Village.

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  18. South Bay Arts Calendar 3/19/15-3/22/15Read the original story w/Photo

    Thursday Mar 19 | Easy Reader News

    "Bluff Cove from Esplanade," along with other work by Francis Azzopardi, will be on view with paintings by Ross Moore with an opening Saturday from 6 to 9 p.m. at Dion Gallery in Redondo's Riviera Village. "A Night of Fashion and the Arts," hosted by Trina Turk for FOLA, Foundation of Local Arts, takes place from 6 to 9 p.m. at Trina Turks' store, 333 Manhattan Beach Blvd., Manhattan Beach.

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  19. Best Tanning Salon: BronzologyRead the original story w/Photo

    Thursday Mar 19 | Easy Reader News

    Less than a year old, Bronzology is a Redondo Beach-based mobile airbrush tanning service that's with eyes on taking the whole of the Santa Monica Bay by storm. Though owner Monique Nastari has designs to open multiple brick and mortar locations , the core of Bronzology is the ability to bring her business to her customers.

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  20. Dancify: Best Dance StudioRead the original story w/Photo

    Wednesday Mar 18 | Easy Reader News

    The Redondo Beach dance studio was founded in 2012 by Alina Sachs, who started dancing in Saratov, Russia at the age of six. Kids at that age learn partner dancing in Russia the way that American kids learn soccer, said Sachs.

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