ARTIST INTRODUCTION by Julie Stoller Appearing 7-7 at Mercury Lounge (Manhattan) 7-8 record release (everywhere) via Frenchkiss 7-9 at Rough Trade (Brooklyn) INTRODUCTION - What do two indie rock bands from New York and Long Beach, a...Show More Summary
After a young 7-foot great white shark bit a long-distance swimmer off Manhattan Beach Pier earlier Saturday, police have banned fishing from the pier until Tuesday.
Lance Nelson spent Saturday morning surfing the choppy waves south of Manhattan Beach Pier, just like he has most days this summer.
A swimmer was bitten by a great white shark on Saturday morning off Manhattan Beach in Southern California. The attack happened around 9:30 a.m., according to the Associated Press. L.A. County Fire Department spokesman Rick Flores said the shark became "agitated" after a fisherman caught it on his hook and struggled for 30 minutes to reel it in. Show More Summary
The shark that bit a swimmer near the Manhattan Beach pier Saturday morning was hooked by a fisherman on the pier for nearly an hour and had become increasingly annoyed as it tried to free itself, authorities said.
Oh, good. Shark season is here. Authorities at the Los Angeles Fire Department have revealed that a man swimming at Manhattan Beach was bitten on the upper right side by a great white shark when he was swimming in a group of distance swimmers. Read more...
A male swimmer was in critical condition after being attacked by a great white shark off California’s Manhattan Beach, CBS LA reports. The attack stems from a seemingly strange set of circumstances. Los Angeles County Fire spokesman Rick Flores told reporters that the attack took place after a fisherman on the Manhattan Beach pier hooked
MANHATTAN BEACH, Calif. (AP) — A 7-foot-long great white shark bit a man Saturday swimming off of Southern California's Manhattan Beach, officials said.
A seven-foot shark attacked a swimmer near the Manhattan Beach Pier on Saturday morning, witnesses and police said.
Manhattan is packed full of world-class restaurants, a vast array of shops, a beautiful nature preserve and virtually everything else required to satisfy the...
The July issue of GQ magazine has named Manhattan Beach "America’s Best Beach for Chowing Down." The magazine also commended Manhattan Beach as one of the best beaches in the United States.
The success of the Floating East River Pool crowdfunded efforts has spawned a complementary campaign: A floating "City Beach" in the Hudson River. [ more › ]
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.