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October 4, 2002 | From Times Staff Reports
The clothed body of a man washed ashore in Malibu on Thursday, and Los Angeles County sheriff's deputies said it appeared he had drowned. Deputies said that the man had been tentatively identified, but that the identification was not being made public, pending verification and notification of next of kin. The body was found about 2:15 p.m. at about 30900 Broad Beach Road, deputies said.
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July 16, 1996
A "Suddenly Single" seminar July 23 will discuss the financial implications for a person who is widowed or divorced. Sponsored by the Ventura County Medical Resource Foundation and the American Financial Network, it will be held at the Mandalay Beach Resort, 2101 Mandalay Beach Road, Oxnard, from 6 to 7:30 p.m. RSVP by Wednesday to Victoria Chandler at 648-9872.
CALIFORNIA | LOCAL
November 10, 2011 | By Tony Barboza, Los Angeles Times
Most drivers roar right by the red and white signs on Pacific Coast Highway in Malibu, but Pat Veesart slows down and calls them out one by one. "Almost guaranteed it's not a legitimate sign," says Veesart, a baseball cap pushed back on his head as he steers his rust-spotted Jeep down the highway. Veesart has a skilled eye for spotting suspicious "No Parking" signs. Take the bent metal sign propped up against a chain-link fence at Latigo Shore Drive, whose faded red lettering screams: "NO PARKING ANY TIME TOW AWAY.
NEWS
June 8, 1995 | KATHRYN BOLD, SPECIAL TO THE TIMES
One of America's hottest exports just might be old blue jeans. Vintage jeans, especially old Levi's and Wranglers, have become a highly sought-after commodity. They fetch big yen in Japan. In America, people are belatedly catching onto the craze. Shops that buy and sell old jeans have been sprouting up in Orange County. They're peddling everything from '70s Sassoons for $20 a pair to pre-'50s Levi's that can sell for up to $2,000.
NEWS
October 31, 1985
The Sand and Sea Club is honoring Norm Marshank for 19 years of organizing paddle tennis tournaments. Marshank will retire after this weekend when the the club, located at 415 Palisades Beach Road, hosts the National Mixed Paddle Tennis Championships. Last weekend, the team of Sol Hauptman and Rick Beckendorf won the Western U.S. Championship in men's devision play at the Sand and Sea Club. Carolyn Dadian and Kathy Paben won the women's division. Play will continue all day Saturday and Sunday.
CALIFORNIA | LOCAL
March 12, 2013 | By Lee Romney, Los Angeles Times
SAN FRANCISCO - For decades, surfers, smelt fishermen and picnickers flocked to Martin's Beach - a crescent-shaped haven south of Half Moon Bay, backed by stunning cliffs. They paid a small entry fee to the family that ran the property for a century, and their good times were memorialized in bucolic postcards. Then in 2008 a new owner came along and barred the gate, spurring protests and a spate of litigation. That battle intensified Tuesday when a suit was filed on behalf of the Surfrider Foundation, alleging that the limited liability companies that own the land - with a Silicon Valley billionaire behind them - are in violation of the California Coastal Act. Helping to litigate the case is former Republican Rep. Pete McCloskey.
CALIFORNIA | LOCAL
January 15, 2000
A Southern California Edison electrical cable malfunctioned Friday afternoon, causing a power outage that affected 3,517 customers, company officials said. The outage occurred about 3:30 p.m. and power was restored by 8 p.m. to all but 125 customers, said Glen Becerra, an Edison spokesman. Service to the remaining customers was expected to resume by 3 a.m. today.
CALIFORNIA | LOCAL
September 5, 2004 | From Times Staff Reports
A woman died Saturday during surgery after being struck by an Amtrak train in Dana Point, a sheriff's lieutenant said. Rail service was interrupted for more than an hour. The 39-year-old woman, whom authorities did not identify because her family had not been notified, was hit shortly before noon as the northbound train crossed Beach Road, said sheriff's Lt. Ted Boyne.
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September 6, 2004 | From a Times Staff Writer
A 39-year-old woman who died after being hit by an Amtrak train in Dana Point on Saturday may have been jogging with her headphones on, according to the Orange County Sheriff's Department. Michele Parrott of Anaheim was hit shortly before noon as the northbound train crossed Beach Road. Parrott's family said she often parked her car near the beach and jogged, said Lt. Hans Strand, a sheriff's spokesman.
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