This Date in Seal Beach History
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Monthly Archives: June 2019
What do bullfighters and surfers have in common? Continue reading
Why do so many astute Executives demand College Park homes? Continue reading
A fond look back at local firemen’s least favorite 4th of July tradition. Continue reading
Poor Glen Tuttle nearly busts a gut going for gluttony glory. Continue reading
Leonard “Straggler” Lussier drops by to give some advice. Continue reading
Either the city has outlawed flying carpets, or seals are flogging real estate again. Continue reading
The curtain comes down forever for the Beach Theatre on Main Street Continue reading
On this date in 1927, two men were rushed to the Seaside Hospital in Long Beach. Robert I. Gilchrist, 54, of Sunset Beach and David Carlson, 37, of Seal Beach were struck by a car as they crossed the highway. … Continue reading