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January 18, 2018 Volume 48, Issue 24 BEACH PEOPLE ON THE COVER Skechers President Michael Greenberg. Photo by Jessie Lee Cederblom 10 Trapeze artists by Ralph Doyle Redondo Union High sailors Micky Munns and Michael Fineman are campaigning their spinnaker flying, trapeze hanging I420 sailboat for a spot on the U.S. Sailing Team. Michael Burstein is a probate and estate planning attorney. A graduate of the University of California, Hastings College of the Law in 1987, he is admitted to the California, Kansas and Oklahoma Bars and is a member of the Order of Distinguished Attorneys of the Beverly Hills Bar Association. As an estate and probate lawyer, Michael has prepared approximately 3,000 living trusts and more than 4,000 wills. An Estate Planning, Estate Administration, and Probate Attorney l Living Trusts l Wills l Powers of Attorney l Asset Protection l Veterans Benefits l Pet Trusts l Advance Health Care Directives l Insurance Trusts l Probate l Conservatorships l And Much More! Call us to schedule an appointment or for our FREE Guide: Selecting the Best Estate Planning Strategies 111 North Sepulveda Boulevard, Suite 250 Manhattan Beach, California 90266 310-545-7878 12 Roundhouse resurrection by Mark McDermott Skechers president Michael Greenberg recalls the son who motivated him to mobilizes a $4.5 million community effort to transform the Manhattan Pier Roundhouse Aquarium into a world class marine education destination. 18 Yoga in the round by Ryan McDonald Yoga practitioner and entrepreneur Evanna Shaffer rounds the edges off yoga mats. 20 Documentaries for change by Bondo Wyszpolski Documentary maker Jon Fitzgerald writes about and teaches “Filmmaking for Change.” 24 Rockefeller reinvented by Richard Foss What began as an upscale burgers and beer joint bring in celebrity chef to reinvent it’s menu. STAFF PUBLISHER Kevin Cody, ASSOCIATE PUBLISHER Richard Budman, EDITORS Mark McDermott, Randy Angel, David Mendez, and Ryan McDonald, ARTS & ENTERTAINMENT Bondo Wyszpolski, DINING EDITOR Richard Foss, STAFF PHOTOGRAPHERS Ray Vidal and Brad Jacobson, CALENDAR Judy Rae, DISPLAY SALES Tamar Gillotti and Amy Berg, CLASSIFIEDS Teri Marin, DIRECTOR OF DIGITAL MEDIA Hermosawave.net, GRAPHIC DESIGNER Tim Teebken, DESIGN CONSULTANT Bob Staake, BobStaake.com, FRONT DESK Judy Rae EASY READER (ISSN 0194-6412) is published weekly by EASY READER, 2200 Pacific Cst. Hwy., #101, P.O. Box 427, Hermosa Beach, CA 90254-0427. Yearly domestic mail subscription $150.00; foreign, $200.00 payable in advance. POSTMASTER: Send address changes to EASY READER, P.O. Box 427, Hermosa Beach, CA 90254. The entire contents of the EASY READER newspaper is Copyright 2018 by EASY READER, Inc. www.easyreadernews.com. The Easy Reader/Redondo Beach Hometown News is a legally adjudicated newspaper and the official newspaper for the cities of Hermosa Beach and Redondo Beach. Easy Reader / Redondo Beach Hometown News is also distributed to homes and on newsstands in Manhattan Beach, El Segundo, Torrance, and Palos Verdes. CONTACT BEACH LIFE 6 Calendar 8 Beach Cities Toy Drive 22 Trump-inspired art at Shock Boxx n Mailing Address P.O. Box 427, Hermosa Beach, CA 90254 Phone (310) 372-4611 Fax (424) 212-6780 n Website www.easyreadernews.com Email news@easyreadernews.com n Classified Advertising see the Classified Ad Section. Phone 310.372.4611 x102. Email displayads@easyreadernews.com n Fictitious Name Statements (DBA's) can be filed at the office during regular business hours. Phone 310.372.4611 x101. 4 Easy Reader / Beach magazine • January 18, 2018