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June 8, 2008 | Scott Marshutz, Special to The Times
Blink and you'll miss it. Sunset Beach, an unincorporated 1 1/4 - mile sliver along the northern edge of Orange County's stretch of ocean, is a tight-knit community. For more than 100 years, tourists and residents have been drawn by the beauty and serenity of the surf-side sanctuary, where pretty much anywhere is a short walk to the sand. The community prides itself on being "indie," so visitors beware: Don't compare it to Newport Beach.
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REAL ESTATE
June 8, 2008 | Scott Marshutz, Special to The Times
Blink and you'll miss it. Sunset Beach, an unincorporated 1 1/4 - mile sliver along the northern edge of Orange County's stretch of ocean, is a tight-knit community. For more than 100 years, tourists and residents have been drawn by the beauty and serenity of the surf-side sanctuary, where pretty much anywhere is a short walk to the sand. The community prides itself on being "indie," so visitors beware: Don't compare it to Newport Beach.
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April 26, 1996 | EMI ENDO, TIMES STAFF WRITER
The images of the 1984 Summer Games will be reversed Saturday as decathlete Rafer Johnson lights an Olympic torch from a caldron at the Los Angeles Coliseum and hands it off to the granddaughter of famed Olympian Jesse Owens. Twelve years ago, Owens' granddaughter Gina Tillman ran the torch onto the Coliseum field and handed it off to Johnson, the final runner in a cross-country torch relay who touched off the start of the Los Angeles Games.
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