Ryan McDonald

Covers Hermosa Beach for a local news outlet called Easy Reader News.

Covers Hermosa Beach for a local news outlet called Easy Reader News.

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Communities along the Southern California coast generally do not use the sea as a transportation route. Why not? And might that change?

Could the fourth border be a ferry route?

Communities along the Southern California coast generally do not use the sea as a transportation route. Why not? And might that change?

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The internet seems virtual but it’s “primarily made of fiber optic cables, cables filled with light,” according to “Tubes” author Andrew Blum.

Undersea Cables Connect LA to the Pacific Rim

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