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November 16 , 2000

Cover Story:

On The Waterfront

Letters

Movies

Community Calendar

Barfly

Politics

Democrats sweep beach cities while Republicans stay home

South Bay Election Results

Shadow Government

Sports

Nation's number 1 Mustangs advance to CIF play-offs

Defense hunts down Panthers for league title

Costa's Hodge leads Warrior attack

Speed isn't enough for Sea Hawks

Hermosa Beach

Council sets 45-day stay on more downtown restaurants

City pays $425,000 to man shot by police

Toothbrushes top some kids' holiday lists

Police Beat

Manhattan Beach

Doctor, Dodger step up for local athletes

Trip up Mount Kilimanjaro saves a life

Police Beat

Redondo Beach

Night of the living artists

Hot jazz, cool cats and moldy figs

School workers get 10 percent pay raise

Police Beat

 

Hermosa Mayor J.R. Reviczky, a U.S. Navy veteran, lights a commemorative candle at a "pre-Veterans Day ceremony" Friday night at the Hermosa Beach Veterans Memorial, on the Community Center lawn. Photo by Courtney Creal