‘Crazy Rich Asians’ author Kevin Kwan will discuss the impact of his novels in Irvine

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I want to discover more. … I want to go south and see what there is to see. I hear these amazing rumors of beach towns. Manhattan Beach, Laguna Beach, Redondo Beach. Everything in the south. ‘The OC.’ I’d love to see this fabled land of beach culture. Newport, I’ve heard is beautiful. All of it. Orange County seems to be this thriving ...
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MBUSD considers laying off 30 employees

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The Manhattan Beach Unified School District is facing a structural budget deficit that district leaders have determined will require at least $3 million in cuts in the next year and as much as $6.1 million in reductions over the next two years. Among the budget reductions on the table are the layoffs of 30 employees. Superintendent Mike ...
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South Coast Botanic Garden extends invitation to four-legged friends to explore the 87-acre backyard

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Beach cities crime report for January 30

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An arrest was made in conjunction with a Jan. 17 stabbing at the Crimson Hotel in Manhattan Beach. Suspect Lee Simpson was taken into custody by police on Jan. 23. Detectives are currently investigating this assault is believed to be an isolated incident, as suspect Simpson and the victim are known to each other. The police extended thanks to ...
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LETTERS: Leap year birthdays, stormwater and census jobs; Week of January 30

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[Upon] completing the survey it became evident that the Manhattan Beach City Council believes that our city should be spending more money to address water run-off pollution. The purpose of this survey was not to determine whether the home owners in Manhattan Beach shared that conviction. This was a tax-measure feasibility survey to determine ...
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Review: Tiny East Hollywood haven Found Oyster feels like a refuge and a party

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Some Los Angeles-area seafood restaurants are designed for boisterous moods — the seaside ebullience of Fishing With Dynamite in Manhattan Beach, the West Hollywood rowdiness of Connie & Ted’s with its sprawling, Googie-esque dining room. Found Oyster’s tiny size facilitates quieter, head-to-head conversations. It’s an excellent place ...
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