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Best Chiropractor: Derek Levy, DC

By Kevin Cody / March 12, 2017

Best Chiropractor: Derek Levy, DC

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Dr. Derek Levy in his Hermosa Beach office. Photo by Kevin Cody

Best Chiropractor: Derek Levy, DC

By Kevin Cody / March 10, 2016

Unlike most doctors, Chiropractor Derek Levy describes his patients as generally healthy. “People at the beach lead a healthy lifestyle. So when they come to see me it’s usually for minor aches and pains that are easy to take care of. I deal with neck and lower back pain all day long.

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Dr. Derek Levy in his Hermosa Beach office. Photo by Kevin Cody

Best chiropractor: Dr. Derek Levy

By Easy Reader Staff / March 14, 2013

Derek Levy is celebrating his 30th year as the cheerful chiropractor who still makes house calls, earning our readers’ trust by straightening out their spinal kinks and helping them achieve overall health. When Levy works on a spine, he’s also healing nerves and muscles. When a person’s bones are put into place, the nerves are…

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Chiropractor Derek Levy

Best Chiropractor: Dr. Derek Levy, DC

By Easy Reader Staff / March 9, 2012

Chiropractor Derek Levy describes himself as a meat and potato kind of doctor who makes house calls and insists on explaining to patients the cause of their problems before treating them. “There’s nothing magical about what we do,” he insisted during a visit to his Hermosa Beach office. “Chiropractors work with three basic parts of…

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Best Chiropractor

By Easy Reader Staff / March 11, 2011

Christopher Bruno, D.C. – The stated mission of Dr. Chris Bruno and “Adventure Chiropractic,” the name of his Redondo Beach firm, is “For each of our clients to realize their optimum God given levels of function and peak performance.” Living as a waterman for more than 25 years, Bruno learned an appreciation for health and…

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Best of the Beach 2019 – Health

By Teri Marin / March 15, 2019

Best of the Beach 2019

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Best of the Beach 2018 Health

By Judy Rae / March 8, 2018

The ballots have been counted and the winners are

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Best of the Beach 2017 winners: retail and services

By Mark McDermott / March 12, 2017

Best of the Beach 2017 winners (click to see BOB write-ups).  Dining and entertainment will be featured in Beach magazine’s April issue (vote here). The urge to recognize “the best” is universal, even though everyone knows “the best” to too subjective to be scientific. Best of awards are really gratitude ceremonies. They satisfy people’s need…

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Easy Reader Best of the Beach 2016 Retailers and Services

By Kevin Cody / March 14, 2016

Over 3,000 readers showed their support for their favorite beach retailers and services by voting in Easy Readers 30th Annual Best of The Beach contest. Though any “Best of” vote is more subjective than scientific, Best Of voting gives readers an opportunity to show their appreciation for the many businesses and services that make the beach cities such a wonderful place to live.

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Beach Best of Cover March 2011

Best of the Beach Winners 2011

By Easy Reader Staff / March 11, 2011

The Best of the Beach is our celebration of all the people and places that make the South Bay a great place to live, work and play. Once a year, our readers get a chance to pick their favorites in ten categories – automotive, personal services and fashion, kids, sports, shopping, home services, pets, health…

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The last days of Wilfred Sarr

By Mark McDermott / September 23, 2021

by Mark McDermott  In September of 1960, a very unlikely GI went on leave.  Wilfred Sarr was 24. He’d been drafted the previous year, unceremoniously yanked from Compton College, where he studied psychology for one very good reason.  “Well, I knew that I was crazy, no doubt about that,” Sarr said in an interview in…

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Ritter was old school, all in paddleboarder

By Kevin Cody / September 21, 2021

  by Kevin Cody During the Catalina Classic Paddleboard Race pre race meeting last month, at Buffalo Park on Catalina Island, race director Buddy Bohn asked for a moment of silence in memory of Tim Ritter. Ritter competed in the 32-mile race from Catalina to Manhattan Beach nine times. But as Bohn and others have…

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High school gig

By Easy Reader Staff / November 19, 2020

  Some people knit blankets as they sheltered in place from the novel coronavirus; others made cakes. College students Alex Fantappiè and Matt Hashimoto, both recent graduates of Peninsula High, made a startup. “I think the quarantine was — well, obviously it sucked,” said Hashimoto, a junior at UC Berkeley, where he studies computer science.…

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Manhattan Beach surfer and surgeon Brad Thomas

By Kevin Cody / December 12, 2019

Faced with choosing to become a surgeon or a surfer, Brad Thomas chose both

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How to be aquatic: Bryan Mineo’s journey from the lakes of Texas to the Pacific Ocean

By Mark McDermott / May 24, 2016

  It began in on a hot summer day in a backyard pool in Bedford, Texas. The kid wouldn’t get out of the water. His mother had come out to call him to dinner. He was hungry, but staying in the water was better. He liked to go upside down in a handstand or dive…

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Local Surfer John Balk fights brain Cancer: surf community gets behind family with a fundraiser

By Easy Reader Staff / October 19, 2015

All photos by Ricky Lesser Lifetime local surfer John Balk kept feeling his right arm lock up at the elbow. He just assumed it was a result of a lifetime of surfing. His arm couldn’t bend for thirty seconds. Was it just over-surfed and overworked? The 2001 Mira Costa graduate had been the 1999 South…

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