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    Random Lengths News Get Ready for the 33rd Annual Long Beach Jazz Festival - The Los Angeles Harbor Area's Only Independently owned news magazine serving San Pedro, Wilmington, Carson, Lomita, Torrance,
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    Among the other surfers was Los Angeles County Lifeguard Nick Wapner. Moniz had fractured one neck vertebrae and ruptured another. But last week, less than a year after the accident, he was competing again on the pro circuit.
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    The Santa Cruz Derby Groms earned silver in the female division at the Junior Roller Derby Association (JRDA) National Championships at The Barney Family Sports Complex in Queen Creek, Arizona, on
  • Politico
    Nearly six years have passed since California voters approved the state’s recreational cannabis market, yet a majority of cities and counties still ban pot shops. The industry is going back to the ballot to change that.
  • Yahoo News UK
    The pandemic made it even more difficult. So when Alex Curtis moved from London to Hermosa Beach two days before the World Health Organization announced the coronavirus had become a pandemic, he was pleased to bump into Dave Lee and his golden retriever ...
  • Daily Breeze
    South Bay lifeguards are expected to make their mark on their home turf when the National Lifeguard Championships return Aug. 11
  • Electrek
    For over a year now, I have been planning a trip up the coast with my parents to San Francisco. What a perfect opportunity to test out the new Lucid Air Grand Touring Performance! Lucid Motors lent me its latest EV,
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    Cannabis dispensaries in Hermosa Beach could face a tax — if they are allowed to open at all. The City Council this week voted to place a cannabis tax on the Nov. 8 ballot. But even if voters OK that measure,
  • Daily Breeze
    The Mira Costa End Epilepsy club hosted its first benefit concert, then named Epipalooza, in 2018 when Heidrich was a sophomore. Even though he is now attending Belmont University, a private Christian college in Nashville,
  • Daily Breeze
    The event will take place from Wednesday to Sunday, Aug. 3-7, with Manhattan Beach acting as host city this year, though additional activities in the other beach cities wil lalso take place.
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    Kevin Cody Buckets of a teal paint, and wide brushes, donated by Triangle Hardware’s Sonny Virgi, were spaced 10-feet apart Saturday morning, against the 100-foot long, stucco wall that is the
  • Seymour Tribune
    Wynn was a member of the Reddington Christian Church where he served as elder and helped with the youth program for many years. He was also a past member of Seymour Noon Lions Club and Jackson Co Industrial Development.

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