Approximately 300 docents met at the O’Donnell Hall at American Martyrs
Over 1,000 stationary cyclists helped raise over $1 million to fight pancreatic cancer during the Fourth Annual Tour de Pier
Kerri Walsh Jennings and her partner April Ross recently qualified for the Summer Rio Olympics. The U.S. will officially name its Olympic beach volleyball teams following the June 13 deadline, and will send two pairs per gender to Rio this summer. Civic Couch recently caught up with the Manhattan Beach resident training on the beach […]
by David Mendez David Poirier has spent the past 20 years of his life working in and around the water, aiding boaters and swimmers and saving lives as both a lifeguard and a harbor patrol officer. But last May, he endured the most difficult rescue of his career, in a late-night challenge against a […]
A Mermorial Day memory
Landing Zone (LZ) Carol was like Gilligan’s Island. Our days were spent perfecting our tans and telling headquarters we were winning the hearts and minds of local villagers. LZ was on the tip of a peninsula that jutted out 500 yards into Dam Trao Lake. It was 300 miles north of Saigon and light years away from what most grunts were enduring.
by Kevin Cody Photos by Steve Gaffney (SteveGaffney.com) If a breakout performance award were presented at the end of this season’s South Bay Boardriders Contest Series it would go to Megan Seth. After five of the series’ six contests, the Manhattan Beach Middle School eighth grader is the Open Women points leader in a field […]
This past Sunday, an all-star team rode among over a thousand other stationary cyclists at the fourth annual Tour de Pier to fight one of the greatest battles of all: pancreatic cancer.