This Date in Seal Beach History
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Author Archives: Michael Dobkins
This 1916 “mermaid” connects to a more modern Seal Beach athlete. Continue reading
No reservations or streets in front. Bathe and fish in your front yard. Continue reading
Seal Beach Whistler Learned To Warble At An Early Age Continue reading
Another tantalizing true crime story from Seal Beach’s far-flung past Continue reading
Interior Decorators of Hawaiian, Polynesian, Spanish, Oriental Continue reading
The mystery of the Grandma’s Ice Cream documentary — updated! Continue reading
The eternal Seal Beach question: To be wet or to be dry? Continue reading
More exciting real estate marketing from the exotically named Bay City Continue reading