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August 23, 2001

Cover Story:

On the Waterfront



Movies: Tickets and Times

Community Calendar

Shadow Government

Breakfast, Brunch & Lunch Guide



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Hermosa Beach

A ‘Fall Festival’ replaces embattled Fiesta Hermosa

Educators pleased with student scores

Adelphia founder shares down home philosophy

Eight hopefuls compete for three open city council seats

Russian orphan finds home in California

Manhattan Beach

Council moves closer to final Metlox deal

Smith seeks fifth MB title In final beach appearance

STAR students soar on state exams

Middle School lands a principal

Home is where the school is

Redondo Beach

City adopts a storm drain program

STAR just one piece of academic skyline

Hollywood actor feels at home in RB

1927 Voorhees saga continues


Locals Metzger, Fontana on rolls as MB Open approaches

The public is invited to the unveiling of a bronze plaque honoring Joe "Dr. 360" Wolfson on Sunday at 5 p.m. at the Marine St. lifeguard tower in Manhattan Beach. Wolfson was a world reknowned body boarder who also donated coutless hours to coaching youth sports. He surfed at Marine St. almost daily for over 30 years before coming down with lung cancer. His attempted ocean suicide and rescue by Manhattan Middle School students and their instructor in 1988 earned international attention. Wolfson died in February 2000 in a car accident. Photo by Kevin Cody


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