First and Second Amendments focus of March for Our Lives in Hermosa Beach

“I find it ironic,” March for Our Lives organizer Lance Rodriquez told marchers, “that it is more difficult to organize a peaceful march than for an 18-year-old to walk into a store, and walk out with an AR-15, and 100 rounds of ammunition. The march began Saturday, at noon on June 11, at the Manhattan Beach pier and ended with a rally on Pier Plaza in Hermosa Beach.

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Geoff Hirsh was a fierce Hermosa Beach ADA advocate

Geoff Hirsh, Hermosa Beach’s most effective ADA (Americans with Disabilities Act) advocate, passed away over the weekend at his home in Marineland Mobile Park. After becoming wheelchair bound as the result of a stroke seven years ago, Hirsh devoted himself to making the Beach Cities more accessible to the handcapped. He spent five years in…

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Manhattan Beach Measure A Parcel Tax Debate

  Easy Reader hosted a debate on the Manhattan Beach Measure A Parcel Tax, which will appear on the Tuesday, June 7 primary ballot. The debate was held at the Shade Manhattan Beach hotel. You can watch it here.  NOTE: The debate starts at the 8:10 mark. Double click the ER logo in the video,…

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Palos Verdes’ Saracore, Mira Costa’s Ava Miller win SB Scholastic Surfing All Star Contest at Hermosa Beach Pier.

Photos by Steve Gaffney (SteveGaffney.com) Palos Verdes High’s Conrad Sanacore, and Mira Costa High’s Ava Miller placed first in the men’s and women’s divisions of the South Bay High School All Star contest at the Hermosa Beach pier on Tuesday. Sanacore put on an impressive performance  throughout the 20 minute final, in shoulder to head…

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