Blayne Ross wants to bring beaches back to Manhattan. City Beach would be an artificial shore created from a shipping barge with enough space and sand for up to 600 people at a time. The barge could float and dock in several places on the Hudson, and be stored for the winter. The project is currently seeking funding on Indiegogo. READ MORE »
Is this the end of nature? Or just the beginning? Though Manhattan's an island, it hasn't had real beaches for a few hundred years--sand once stretched from the lower tip up to what is now 42nd Street, but it's long gone. A new project...Show More Summary
A man dubbed the Hypnotist Bandit because he gazes at bank tellers during his robberies struck again Friday for the fourth time in less than a month, officials said.
Police believe a man known as the "Hypnotist Bandit," who is alleged to have carried out several bank robberies in May and June of this year, could be the same individual behind a robbery at a Manhattan Beach bank on Friday. The manShow More Summary
A baby great white shark paid a surprise visit to paddleboarders at Manhattan Beach earlier this week. Local professional photographer Bo Bridges captured video of the shark with the help of a drone camera. KTLA 5 reports: Bo Bridges, who...
Note to anyone who wants to see a great white shark: Visit Manhattan Beach, California, and walk out onto the pier. And if you happen to be out paddling a SUP board, keep your eyes peeled. Your chances are pretty good. Sightings of juvenile great white sharks began early this season, and have skyrocketed during the past several days. Show More Summary
New video shows a young great white shark swimming dangerously close to paddleboarders in Manhattan Beach.
Two stand up paddleboarders got a toothy surprise off an L.A. area beach... when a freakin' GREAT WHITE SHARK swam right up next to them -- and TMZ has some sick drone cam footage!It all went down Monday in the water off Manhattan Beach.…
As the temperature steadily rises in the city, our wanderlust seriously sets in. Our office hours are distracted with daydreams of jetting to a white-sand beach, where we soak up the sun with an island cocktail in hand, while Bob Marley tunes mix with the sound of the surf. Show More Summary
A floating barge for Manhattan? Sure! Just in time for summer, a New York entrepreneur and experience designer has proposed a solution for all the Manhattan beach bunnies who are tired of venturing off their 23-square mile island paradise...Show More Summary
While the government is trying to prevent sea level rise from washing away the northeastern seaboard, a team of designers have launched an imaginative new concept that'll make sure a sandy beach is always within reach for New Yorkers. Developed by Blayne Ross
· DID YOU KNOW: there's an election today · Santa Monica residents in favor of new fee to help fund affordable housing · New pathway to the sea in Manhattan Beach provides easy access for everyone · Is high-speed...
Yesterday we looked at the critical primaries coming up next Tuesday. One of the most important is for Henry Waxman's House seat on the Westside of L.A.-- Santa Monica, Venice, Malibu, Beverly Hills, Manhattan Beach, El Segundo, Redondo Beach, Westwood. Show More Summary
A Los Angeles County sheriff’s deputy for five years and a retired Manhattan Beach police officer, Shawn Michael Shelton had the trust of the community for over a decade. Well, I think that trust is gone now. After medically retiring in 2003 due to a conflict with his fellow officers over his homosexual tendencies and […]
Police are searching for an autistic Brooklyn teen who never came home from school on Friday. Eliceo Cortez, 14, was supposed to take the school bus home from the Leonard M. Goldstein High School in Manhattan Beach. School officials believe he left with friends to get pizza, but he was last seen at the Sheepshead Bay train station Q line around 2:30 p.m. Friday. [ more › ]
Eliceo Cortez was last getting on a city bus on Oriental Blvd. near West End Ave. in Manhattan Beach about 2 p.m. Friday, his normal routine after getting out of school.
News items: Standup paddler pursues great white shark into shallow water, where surfers sit unsuspectingly, waiting for waves. The encounter is captured on video and widely shared on the Internet. It’s at least the second encounter videotaped...Show More Summary
As beach weather creeps closer, the Daily News talked to two Manhattan dermatologists who offered advice on how much sunscreen to apply, and how often to apply it. And bad news for sun worshipers — there's no such thing as 'safe' tanning.
Surfers reported spotting the deadly predator circling off Manhattan Beach earlier this week. Gus McConnell caught the incredible moment the vicious hunter swam right under his board on camera.
The NYPD is searching for four individuals—possibly teenagers—they believe spray-painted anti-Semitic graffiti on a home in Manhattan Beach in Brooklyn this weekend. Investigators have video surveillance footage showing the suspected vandals. [ more › ]