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October 18, 2001

Cover Story:

On the Waterfront

Letters

Movies: Tickets and Times

Community Calendar

Kids Holloween Events

Barfly

On Local Government

Shadow Government


Dining Guide: Part One, Part Two, Part Three

Breakfast, Brunch & Lunch Guide

 

Hermosa Beach

Few attend debate on HB ballot measures

Educators pleased with students’ test results

Lynn, Feys are chamber’s woman and man of the year

Manhattan Beach

Anthrax scare downplayed

Bringing the horror home

API scores moving on up

Redondo Beach

Harman calls for better ‘Civil Defense’

City gets big check for Artesia

Redondo students knock ball out of park, says happy Nunan

El Segundo

City dedicates new park to local Sept. 11 attack victims

Fears cancel Chevron bus tour

LA firefighters honored, reform measure panned

Lower school scores jump, high falls

Sports

Contests showcase top high school surfers

Costa wins in air after ground troops stopped

Engle puts best foot forward

North swells due, sometime

Surfing cardiologist produces new wave, bamboo boards

Captain Jack

Third graders give a banner bearing the signatures of the Hermosa Valley School and Hermosa View School student bodies to the city’s police and firefighters on Thursday, in recognition of the attacks on the East Coast and in honor of "our local heroes." Photo by Erin Danlasky


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