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Spyder Surf Fest

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On 23. April 2016 a host of vendors and music bands assembled on Pier Plaza in Hermosa Beach. According to the City of Hermosa Beach Spyder Surf, a local surf shop operator, coordinated sports related vendors to "celebrate the rich heritage of Hermosa Beach, the "True Surf City"." 

Last Updated ( Sunday, 24 April 2016 09:05 )

Film Shoot on the Strand

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On April 21. 2016 at about 10 am a film crew had set up a large film set at 26th Street and The Strand in Hermosa Beach. The film shoot went on for several hours and bicycle and pedestrian traffic on The Strand had to be briefly diverted or stopped at times. Members of the film crew stated that this film shooting was for a commercial advertizement for a Manhattan Beach based sports wear company (Sketchers ??). This information could not be independently verified however. (Images)

Last Updated ( Friday, 22 April 2016 01:40 )

Male Swimmer Missing in Manhattan Beach

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On April 19. 2016, at about 5 pm a male swimmer went missing in Manhattan Beach in California. The Life Guards performed a large scale search and rescue operation in combination with MBPD, the Harbor Patrol, Sheriffs Department Helicopter and the Coast Guards. A command and press center was set up on the beach. At night fall the search was temporarily suspended without success due to darkness.  (Images)

Last Updated ( Friday, 22 April 2016 01:11 )

Traffic Accident Closes Intersection

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A traffic accident at the intersection of Aviation Blvd. / Carnegie Lane at 11 p.m. on 16. April 2016, caused downed power lines, a sheered off fire hydrant, transformer explosion, power outage and a mysterious sidewalk gas fire at nearby intersection of Aviation Blvd. / Artesia Blvd. in Redondo Beach / Manhattan Beach. The intersection of Aviation Blvd. / Artesia Blvd. will be closed for extensive repairs until the evening hours of 17. April 2016. (Images)

Last Updated ( Friday, 22 April 2016 00:56 )

Winter Storm in Hermosa Beach

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On January 31. 2016 a severe winter storm caused widespread damage in Hermosa Beach. Homes sustained patio and roof damages, cars got hit by flying debries and roof shingles and in at least one instance the patio covering off a Pier Plaza restaurant was almost blown off by the strong wind. (Images)

Last Updated ( Friday, 22 April 2016 01:44 )

UC System asked to accept "Anti-Semitism" definition

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In an attempt to curb criticism and to pro-actively stem the growing Boycott, Divest & Sanction movement  "BDS" formed by students who accuse Israel's government of having apartheid like policies regarding Palestinians, Pro Israel groups asked the UC president to adopt the US State Departments definition of Antisemitism:

"Anti-Semitism is a certain perception of Jews, which may be expressed as hatred toward Jews. Rhetorical and physical manifestations of anti-Semitism are directed toward Jewish or non-Jewish individuals and/or their property, toward Jewish community institutions and religious facilities."

According to its website this definition would officially declare anyone an "Anti-Semite" who performes the following actions:

  • Using the symbols and images associated with classic anti-Semitism to characterize Israel or Israelis
  • Drawing comparisons of contemporary Israeli policy to that of the Nazis
  • Blaming Israel for all inter-religious or political tensions


Temporary Beach Closure

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Hermosa Beach, 30. June 2015,
Catalina Island beaches and South Bay Beaches from Hermosa Beach to Venice Beach were closed on 30. June 2015 between approx. 4 pm  until 7pm due to lightning risk.

Last Updated ( Wednesday, 01 July 2015 18:35 )

Hermosa Beach Resident Robbed At Gun Point

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Hermosa Beach, June 30th 2015, according to a press release by the Hermosa Beach Police a local Hermosa Beach resident was robbed at gun point on June 28. 2015.
The resident was walking on Pacific Coast Highway near 19th Street , just after midnight, when he was confronted by two male black adults. One of the subjects pointed a black semi-automatic handgun at his head and demanded his wallet. The victim handed over the wallet and the subjects got into a nearby white Dodge Magnum, that he had seen earlier. The car fled north on PCH.

A vehicle matching that description could be stopped by El Segundo Police [at PCH and Maple Av.] in the city of El Segundo.  Hermosa Beach Police and victim also responded to that location.
A search of the vehicle and its occupants resulted in finding a loaded 9mm handgun with high capacity magazines and the victim's wallet and identification. The subjects were arrested.

The Hermosa Beach Police Department is encouraging anyone with additional information to contact Detective JR Smith at (310) 318-0351 This e-mail address is being protected from spambots. You need JavaScript enabled to view it .

The following images were provided by our local contributor.

Last Updated ( Wednesday, 01 July 2015 18:34 )

High Surf

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Hermosa Beach and other beach cities have experienced an extremely high surf. The wave hight was between 5 - 8 ft. above normal. A high surf alert was in effect and heeded by most. Even several seals escaped the waves and gathered at the beach near 22nd. st. in Hermosa Beach. Tragically in Laguna Beach a visitor from Las Vegas reportedly was killed when he was swimming in the ocean.

Last Updated ( Wednesday, 01 July 2015 18:46 )
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According to the Hermosa Beach Police we had multiple vehicle burglaries over the last few days east of PCH.  Several are most likely from residents failing to lock their cars. The residents and visitors are advised to take valuable items (Computers, IPOD's, GPS devices, jewelry, etc.) out of their vehicles and remember to LOCK them.