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Plans for Farmers Market, Community Labor Exchange move forward during City Council meeting

The Malibu City Council approved the Legacy Park Agreement Waiver for Temporary Malibu Farmers’ Market Use, the request from the Malibu Community Labor Exchange (MCLE) to waive the fees for the Conditional Use Permit application. The council also approved the letter for the Notice of Preparation of an Environmental Impact Report for the Malibu Lower-Cost Accommodations Public Works Plan proposed by the Mountains Recreation and Conservation Authority.
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From the Left: Giving Thanks Despite the Negatives

As we enter the joyous holiday season there is plenty to be thankful for. Of course this does not mean there are not a plethora of problems that must be addressed. First and foremost, our democracy has survived a scare and we are now entering a period of divided government that will surely test our will to work together to solve serious problems. Surely, there are problems that must be dealt with here at home, but a look around the planet reveals problems that, when contrasted with the inconvenience of high gas and grocery prices, inflation, and a halting economy, pale in comparison.
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Part of Mulholland Highway closed for homicide investigation

A section of Mulholland Highway between Decker Canyon and Westlake Boulevard was closed in both directions Thursday morning after a body was found off the side of the road. Deputies from the Lost Hills Sheriff’s Station received a call at 9 a.m. alerting them to the discovery of thebody of a female victim at the 33100 block of […] The post Part of Mulholland Highway closed for homicide investigation appeared first on The Malibu Times.
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From the Right: Giving Thanks Despite the Negatives

Giving Thanks Despite the Negatives From the Right: By Don Schmitz America’s Thanksgiving, celebrating the harvest and other blessings, is modeled on a 1621 feast by the Pilgrims of Plymouth. Starvation and disease killed half their numbers the first year, so their hearts were filled with gratitude for a bountiful fall harvest. They went “fowling” […] The post From the Right: Giving Thanks Despite the Negatives appeared first on The Malibu Times.
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Calendar for the week of Dec. 1, includes Holiday events

FRI, DEC. 2 PEPPERDINE TREE LIGHTING This Friday, Dec. 2, Pepperdine University’s Tree Lighting is from 6 to 8 p.m. The beloved sold-out event will feature a tree lighting, a holiday reception, and celebratory songs.  FRI, DEC. 2 MALIBU PACIFIC CHURCH 2022 JINGLE JAM Join in on the party at 6 p.m. on December 2nd. […] The post Calendar for the week of Dec. 1, includes Holiday events appeared first on The Malibu Times.
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LASD station holds Safety Symposium

The Malibu/Lost Hills Sheriff’s Station held a Safety Symposium on Saturday, Nov. 19, at Westlake Village City Hall to share tips on ways to protect your property, prepare for emergencies, and how to keep you and your families safe.  The event included booths with vendors such as The LA County Fire Department, Los Robles: Regional […] The post LASD station holds Safety Symposium appeared first on The Malibu Times.

Jake Kuredjian Citizenship Award Winners

The City Council selected Richard Lawson and Judy Villablanca as the 2022 recipients of the Jake Kuredjian Citizenship award on Nov. 14. The award was created to honor the late Los Angeles County Sheriff’s Deputy Hagop “Jake” Kuredjian and recognizes outstanding individuals who have donated time and resources to enhance the quality of parks and […] The post Jake Kuredjian Citizenship Award Winners appeared first on The Malibu Times.
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Security increased at Pepperdine after a weekend threat

Out of an abundance of caution Pepperdine University has announced it has beefed up security on campus after a threatening note was found over the weekend. The handwritten note was discovered at the Coliseum in Los Angeles on Saturday during the University of Southern California football match up with Notre Dame University. The note mentioned […] The post Security increased at Pepperdine after a weekend threat appeared first on The Malibu Times.
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Christmas tree sell benefiting MHS athletics

Members of the Malibu High Sharks water polo teams will be out of the water a few days this month.  Instead, the players are helping sell Christmas trees at Malibu High’s Athletic Booster Club Christmas Tree Lot until Dec. 11.  Hayden Goldberg, the Sharks boys and girls water polo teams’ head coach, said the squads’ […] The post Christmas tree sell benefiting MHS athletics appeared first on The Malibu Times.
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Malibu Pacific Church raises over $16,000 for Union Mission

By Emmanuel Luissi Special to The Malibu Times Malibu Pacific Church celebrated the efforts of its congregation for raising $16,500 for the Union Rescue Mission in Skid Row. The money was raised during the church’s Be Real campaign.  Members of the church were asked to contribute $39.95 each, and the total amount collected was raised […] The post Malibu Pacific Church raises over $16,000 for Union Mission appeared first on The Malibu Times.
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Waves basketball teams win games on the same day

The Pepperdine Waves men’s and women’s basketball squads each picked up wins on Nov. 19.  The men’s team defeated the UC Irvine Anteaters 64-55 at Firestone Fieldhouse at Pepperdine, while the women’s squad beat the UC Riverside Highlanders 67-58 that same day at 2022 Great Alaska Shootout in Anchorage, Alaska.  The win was the men’s […] The post Waves basketball teams win games on the same day appeared first on The Malibu Times.
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Perspective: A Day to Be Grateful

A Day to Be Grateful by Burt Ross There is an overwhelming discontent in the land. I see it everywhere, including on Nextdoor right here in Malibu. We live in paradise and have every reason to be grateful, but for reasons I have difficulty understanding, based on social media postings, you would think we live […] The post Perspective: A Day to Be Grateful appeared first on The Malibu Times.
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Latest Malibu celebrity and high-dollar real estate deals

Miley Cyrus is back in Malibu Singer/songwriter Miley Cyrus, 29, has bought and sold a lot of real estate over the past four years. She and actor Liam Hemsworth lost their Malibu home to the Woolsey Fire in 2018. Several publications later reported that she filed paperwork with the City of Malibu to rebuild the […] The post Latest Malibu celebrity and high-dollar real estate deals appeared first on The Malibu Times.
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Malibu students experience ‘natural high’ during Red Ribbon Week

Inspiring kids to be happy and live a drug-free life is the inspiration behind what’s known as Red Ribbon Week. Started in 1985 in response to the murder of DEA agent Enrique Camarena, the national Red Ribbon Week campaign raises awareness of the destruction caused by drug abuse in the United States. In the late […] The post Malibu students experience ‘natural high’ during Red Ribbon Week appeared first on The Malibu Times.
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Letter to the Editor: My Friend Kim Devore

It is with great sadness and a heavy heart that I must let our community know that our beautiful colleague and friend Kim Devore passed away in the early morning hours on Sunday, Nov. 20.  Kim was a friend to all and an absolute joy to be with and work with. In her honor, Julie […] The post Letter to the Editor: My Friend Kim Devore appeared first on The Malibu Times.
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Homeless Task Force panel questions the removal of an agenda item from the Public Safety Director

To start off the Homeless Task Force meeting on Tuesday, Nov. 15, Task Force member Wayne Cohen questioned why certain items were removed from the agenda.  “Staff makes decisions on agenda items regularly, so it’s not an abnormal thing,” Public Safety Director Susan Dueñas said.  In the last Homeless Task Force meeting on Oct. 18, commissioners […] The post Homeless Task Force panel questions the removal of an agenda item from the Public Safety Director appeared first on The Malibu Times.
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Wildlife photographer Johanna Turner meets and greets at Santa Monica Mountains Visitors Center

By Emmanuel Luissi Special to The Malibu Times The Santa Monica Mountains Visitor Center hosted a Meet the Artist event for wildlife photographer Johanna Turner on Nov. 12. The event was part of Turner’s ongoing exhibit and sale, Night Visions III. This exhibit is the third installment of Turner’s work displayed at the visitor center. […] The post Wildlife photographer Johanna Turner meets and greets at Santa Monica Mountains Visitors Center appeared first on The Malibu Times.
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‘Junior Malibu’

Part of a series on overlooked Malibu history ‘Junior Malibu’ by Pablo Capra Special to The Malibu Times The “Yellow House” (later, the “Yellow Submarine”) is best remembered from Anthony Friedkin’s photo on the cover of Topanga Beach Experience by Paul Lovas (2011). Located near the current lifeguard tower, it was burned down in 1979 by surfers […] The post ‘Junior Malibu’ appeared first on The Malibu Times.
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Malibu Foundation sets new record at Re-Plant Love 2022 event

“Re-Plant Love,” a collaboration between Malibu Foundation, Clarins and the National Park Service (NPS), and various other community groups and agencies, planted over 8,000 native trees and shrubs and dispersed over 50,000 seeds at Paramount Ranch on Nov. 5. Over 500 volunteers showed up from seven different states, ranging in age from 1 to 88 […] The post Malibu Foundation sets new record at Re-Plant Love 2022 event appeared first on The Malibu Times.
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