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Local Real Estate Agent Points Out Fave Haunts in Nearby Hometown

The real estate agent calls out businesses of today with ties to days gone by.

Manhattan Beach is still alive with winning places that harken back to another time.
Manhattan Beach is still alive with winning places that harken back to another time.
Manhattan Beach resident Michael Grady loves his hometown so much, the Venice/Marina del Rey real estate agent had to post about his favorite Manhattan Beach establishments.

He calls the blog an ode to the past. See if his dining, shopping, activity and nightlife choices square with yours.

I'm thinking they might, particularly if you've been in Manhattan Beach for awhile or know anything about its culture.

Read Grady's post here.
Rhonda DeVictor November 10, 2013 at 12:51 PM
If you're interested in Venice's history, you've got to call Jonathan and take one of his Vintage Venice Historical Tours. His website is www.VintageVeniceTours.com and his phone is (424) 999-8687. Jonathan has FILM FOOTAGE on an iPad that he takes with him and has you stand in the exact spot of the footage he is showing you. He will also show you the first home in Venice, and where Abbot Kinney's personal residence is now located. (Did you know it was moved?) Speedway was once a race track and Danny's Deli has some great posters of history all of over their walls. Rhonda Real Estate - Keller Williams Realty - 310.433.5645 - #01425413

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