Manhattan Beach Demographic Trends

The Chamber's Economic Forum presented interesting trends in Manhattan Beach demographics. Panels of experts presented the experiences of other cities facing redevelopment issues as well as some Manhattan Beach demographics gleaned from the last … [Read more...]

Manhattan Beach Old Home Town Fair

The Old Home Town Fair was held last week-end with the usual booths selling high quality crafts, photography and jewelry as well as community operated booths and food stands.  Lots of games, face painting and contests provided fun activities for the … [Read more...]

Extra Large Tree Section Lot on the Market

Build Your Dream Home with Room for a Pool     … [Read more...]

Manhattan Beach Celebrates 100 Years

Saturday, May 19, 2012 Manhattan Beach kicked off the Centennial Celebration with a parade and an afternoon at Polliwog Park.  Food trucks line up at the park to feed the hungry visitors a variety of cuisines.  Children enjoyed an art project, and … [Read more...]

Sand Dune Park (part 2 in the series on MB parks)

My favorite small park is Sand Dune Park at 33rd St. and Bell Avenue.  It is best know for the large hill of sand that presents a challenging workout for anyone who tries to climb it.  It was built in 1964 by the neighbors, and that that the … [Read more...]

Moving to the Beach? Make It Manhattan Beach!

                    There are many reasons why Manhattan Beach is a popular city. From schools to beaches and parks, restaurants to airport convenience, here are some of the reasons I like Manhattan Beach. … [Read more...]