The swimmer who is recovering from a shark bite over theFourth of July weekend will attend the Manhattan Beach City Council meeting Tuesday, where officials will discuss regulations on pier fishing or a possible permanent ban on it altogether.
A state assemblyman from Queens is not thrilled about the swastika banner seen floating over Long Island beaches (in addition to Brighton and Manhattan beaches) over the weekend, despite being a paid advertisement for a religious group that believes Earth was scientifically created by extraterrestrials. [ more › ]
A 16-year-old boy died in a tragic accident on a San Diego highway when he stood up on the top deck of a double-decker tour bus and was struck by an overpass as the bus was in motion. The victim, Mason Zisette, from Manhattan Beach, was aboard the open air bus with 40 other teens
Brooklyn beach-goers were treated to a little something extra on Saturday, as a plane pulling a banner of swastikas flew over Brighton and Manhattan Beaches. [ more › ]
Reggie Bush is learning the hard way -- even for rich people, WEDDINGS ARE EXPENSIVE AS HELL!!!! Bush and his GF Lilit Avagyan were leaving Fishing with Dynamite restaurant in Manhattan Beach... when we asked about their big wedding at the…
Chances are your favorite media outlet over-hyped what happened over the weekend. Heal the Bay scientists offer the lay of the land.
I'm paddling through the playground of the great white shark about 100 yards offshore, just south of Manhattan Beach Pier, straight out from that first lifeguard stand, roughly the site of Saturday's attack.
To Whom It May Concern: There has been a lot of fear and commotion over recent "activities" in Manhattan Beach, CA, where a recent shark "attack" has left some poor bastard with a few stitches and a cool story. As a lifelong shark, I...Show More Summary
An aerial drone captured on video a harrowing moment when a paddleboarder glided directly over top of a great white shark near California’s Manhattan Beach, completely unaware that the animal was there. The video was captured by noted professional sports and lifestyle photographer Bo Bridges, News.com.au reports. Bridges is known not only for photos of
A South Bay fisherman is defending his actions amid growing anger directed at pier anglers, following Saturday’s shark bite incident in Manhattan Beach that shocked surfers and swimmers.
State officials are continuing to gather information about a Saturday incident in which a great white shark bit a swimmer in Manhattan Beach, but said Tuesday they have no plans to cite the fishermen who hooked the shark shortly before the bite happened.
MANHATTAN BEACH, California-- A great white shark out for a leisurely swim in open water got the surprise of its life when a human attacked it, sickening it with its offensive sunscreen lotion. "I was swimming in open water as I always do during the warm summer months when I bumped into this rubber raft thingy," said the great white shark. Show More Summary
Fishing from the Manhattan Beach pier is strictly prohibited through the end of July 8, and possibly much longer, while the City Council decides whether or not fishing played a role in the July 5 shark attack near the pier that sent a long-distance swimmer to the hospital with moderate injuries. Show More Summary
A 10 foot long great white shark, hooked by a fisherman and fighting for its life, took a bite on a distance swimmer in the waters off the Manhattan Beach Pier today. But here’s the rest of the story from … Continue reading ?
Manhattan Beach officials have extended a temporary ban on fishing from the city’s pier for two months, after a swimmer was bitten by a shark during the Fourth of July weekend.
After a swimmer was bitten by a juvenile great white shark, People for the Ethical Treatment of Animals is calling for a permanent fishing ban on the Manhattan Beach Pier.
Photo: Mimi Miller via KTLA On Saturday, July 5, a swimmer was bitten by an "agitated" great white shark near the Manhattan Beach pier, south of Los Angeles in Southern California. The man was bitten in the torso and sustained chest lacerations from the bite on his right side, and a broken artery in his right thumb. But he did survive. Read the rest
50-year-old Steven Robles was lucky he didn't die over the weekend. He was swimming in Manhattan Beach in Los Angeles when a seven-foot-long great white shark somehow broke free from a fishing line and ended up biting Robles on his torso:
MANHATTAN BEACH, Calif. — Steven Robles was an hour into his regular weekend swim off some of Southern California's most popular beaches when he came face-to-face with a great white shark. The 7-foot-long juvenile had been trying toShow More Summary
There are a number of reasons why you’ll never see me going for a long-distance swim in the Pacific Ocean, the first two being that I’m way to lazy to go for long-distance swims and I don’t live anywhere near the Pacific Ocean. However, there’s also a third reason. And that third reason is, obviously, […]