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It's A Smoke Show At Pig Bleecker In Greenwich Village

Pig Beach, purveyors of BBQ in Gowanus, expand their reach into Manhattan today with the opening of Pig Bleecker, their spinoff on...Bleecker Street. Chef Matt Abdoo, who was at Del Posto before turning to the smoker, doubles down on the smoke factor at the new restaurant but has broadened his horizons beyond barbecued meats. [ more › ]

Bruce Arena couldn’t bear the thought of U.S. soccer missing the World Cup

MANHATTAN BEACH, Calif. — The items sitting on the second level of Bruce Arena’s home tell not only his personal history, but help tell the American soccer story. An autographed ball from goalkeeping days with the Tacoma Tides in 1976 and University of Virginia trading cards, the coach in short shorts. A photo with President […]

Bruce Arena embraces challenge of national team job

Each morning, Bruce Arena makes the same 15-minute drive from Manhattan Beach to StubHub Center that he has made for the last eight years. He parks in the same lot, walks the same hallways and sits behind a desk in a new office nearly identical to the old one, which is only 10 paces away. Yet,...

Education startup EQtainment raises $5 million to nurture your child’s emotional and social intelligence

EXCLUSIVE: How are humans going to compete with bots and AI down the road? According to child development startup EQtainment, it is emotional and social intelligence that will set us apart. The Manhattan Beach, California-based startup announced today that it raised $5 million from angel investors to further develop and launch its products, which include an array […]

Who killed Thomas Chan?

On December 14, 2001 Thomas Chan (July 11, 1965 – Dec 14, 2001) was killed. Thomas was a computer expert engaged to be married. He was sitting in his car just off Manhattan Avenue at 217 11th St, Manhattan Beach, California. Together with a friend, he had dropped off a another friend. Show More Summary

How could a middle-aged woman with Alzheimer's, no money and no transportation vanish in Los Angeles?

Friends, relatives and even strangers have joined the search party. Police in Los Angeles and Manhattan Beach have distributed bulletins and been on the lookout. Tip-trackers are chasing leads, hospitals have been put on notice and ads have been run in The Times and elsewhere. But as of Tuesday,...

City Flags Are a Hot Mess. Here Are Some Beautiful Redesigns

Design agency Column Five recently gave a makeover to 13 municipal flags, including Manhattan, Brooklyn, and Newport Beach. The post City Flags Are a Hot Mess. Here Are Some Beautiful Redesigns appeared first on WIRED.

Trend spotting: How to get the 'farmhouse modern' look

In 2014, Manhattan Beach architect David Watson started getting requests to design and remodel homes in what clients were referring to as “farmhouse modern.” It marked a shift from the more typical requests of his South Bay clients to create beach-friendly Hamptons-inspired houses. Two years later,...

National Sales Manager (Performance Apparel) - Manhattan Beach, CA

Company: Sketchers Location: Manhattan Beach, California Industry: Not Specified Career Level: Senior Level Career (10+ yrs experience) Job Status: Full Time Salary Range: Commensurate with Experience

Lobster diver found dead near Manhattan Beach Pier

A 45-year-old lobster diver was found dead Monday near Manhattan Beach Pier after he had gone missing almost 24 hours earlier. Members from the Los Angeles County Sheriff’s Department dive team found the lobster hunter’s body about 10:55 a.m. in an underwater pipe, according to authorities. Jeff...

Artist Builds Highly Detailed Geometric Sandcastles Along the Shores of Rockaway Beach in Queens

2 months agoHumor / odd : Laughing Squid

Manhattan artist Calvin Seibert is a master craftsman and self-described “box builder” who spends summers in Rockaway Beach, Queens to build his amazingly detailed, geometrical sandcastles that come from the furthest reaches of his bold imagination. Per Seibert, building these wonderful mud structures is a challenge that he’s happy to face. Building “sandcastles” is a […]

What it's like to stay at Donald Trump's Florida resort home, the Mar-a-Lago Club

The Mar-a-Lago Club is President-elect Donald Trump's Florida resort and home base outside Manhattan. It's the top-ranked spa in Palm Beach on TripAdvisor and gets four full stars on Yelp. But what's it really like to stay there? James...Show More Summary

L.A. Kings goalie Jonathan Quick snaps up a home in Manhattan Beach

Los Angeles Kings goalie Jonathan Quick, currently on the disabled list due to a groin injury, has made a move away from the ice, buying a home in Manhattan Beach for the asking price of $2.95 million. Found in the Manhattan Beach Tree Section, the shingled ranch-style house was described in the...

‘Californication’ Creator Tom Kapinos Sells Manhattan Beach Architectural (EXCLUSIVE)

Eagle-eyed real estate yenta Yolanda Yakketyyak was the first to point us toward, and property records do indeed confirm, that a triple-story contemporary on a coveted walk street just two short blocks from the sand in prosperous Manhattan Beach was sold by “Californication” creator Tom Kapinos for its full asking price of $3.995 million. Although... Read more »

Weather interrupts search for 74-year-old hiker missing from 4-day trip in Kings Canyon

Snow and high winds briefly stalled search efforts for a 74-year-old Manhattan Beach man who didn’t return last week from a four-day backpacking trip in the wilderness of Inyo County. Rescue crews were forced to suspend their search for Robert “Bob” Woodie after powerful winds, rain, lightning...

Authorities searching for missing Manhattan Beach man in Kings Canyon National Park

National park officials are seeking the public’s help in finding a hiker who has been missing for nearly a week.  Robert Woodie, 74, of Manhattan Beach was reported missing after he failed to return from a four-day backpacking trip in Kings Canyon National Park last week. Authorities said his intended...

The New York That Could Have Been

If there is a plaque commemorating the location of the entrance to Alfred Ely Beach’s pneumatic railway, built in secret below 265 Broadway, in lower Manhattan, the writer Sam Lubell and I did not find it on a ninety-degree day in August. Show More Summary

What it's like to stay at Donald Trump's Florida resort home, the Mar-a-Lago Club

The Mar-a-Lago Club is Donald Trump's Florida resort and home base outside Manhattan. It's the top-ranked spa in Palm Beach on TripAdvisor, and gets four full stars on Yelp. But what's it really like to stay there? James Taylor, the famous singer-songwriter, spent a week there with his wife and children to perform at a charity gala on the property. Show More Summary

New York Knicks' Lou Amundson puts his Manhattan Beach home up for sale

Professional basketball player Lou Amundson, who re-signed with the New York Knicks last month, has put his home in the Tree Section of Manhattan Beach on the market for $2.155 million. The Mid-century Modern-style house, built in 1981, is reached by a wooden walkway that leads through tall bamboo...

Gorgeous new hotels: New York, Los Angeles, Miami, Maui, Buffalo

In domestic hotel developments, Four Seasons adds a second Manhattan location; the hotel closest to Los Angeles International Airport gets a makeover and rebranding; Hilton adds a DoubleTree in South Beach; Marriott Rewards members get a new option in Maui; and Starwood opens a Westin in the heart of New York State’s second-largest city. Show More Summary

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