• In January of 1980, El Nino caused significant damage in and around Malibu, such as the collapse of Topanga Canyon Boulevard just above Pacific Coast Highway. This time, the city of Malibu says it has a plan. Warren Arnold/Malibu Surfside News

    ‘We’re not afraid,’ says Brager about El Nino

    August 31, 2015 By Chris Bashaw, Editor News

    With a plan at the ready, the city of Malibu is prepared for what climatologists predict will be a particularly strong El Nino during the winter of 2015-16.

  • Junior Phoebe Little hits a forehand during a Malibu High School girls varsity tennis team practice on Wednesday, Aug. 26, at MHS. Alex Vejar/22nd Century Media

    Girls tennis gets ready for season

    September 1, 2015 By Alex Vejar, Assistant Editor Sports, High School

    Members of the Malibu High School girls varsity tennis team are taking their upcoming season one game at a time. 

  • California Wildlife Conservation Board members will consider a grant upwards of $600,000 that would fund the feasibility study for removing Rindge Dam in Malibu Canyon. Suzanne Guldimann/22nd Century Media

    Grant could kick-start Rindge Dam removal planning process

    September 2, 2015 By Suzanne Guldimann, Staff Writer News

    California Wildlife Conservation board members will consider at their Sept.

  • The Mediterranean is an fresh, open-face sandwich at John’s Garden at the Malibu Country Mart. Chris Bashaw/22nd Cenutry Media

    A fresh look on an open-face sandwich

    September 2, 2015 By Chris Bashaw, Editor Life & Arts, Dining Out

    Despite the end of summer approaching with the September equinox, Malibu — and the rest of Los Angeles, for that matter — will soon face some of its hottest weeks before autumn’s chill s

  • Juliana Ball and her horse, Dos Lunas Columbia Z, clear a jump on their way to winning the 1.35 meter open at Thunderbird Showpark. Photo Submitted

    Malibu equestrian takes championship in Canada

    August 31, 2015 By Staff Report News

    Malibu equestrian, Juliana Ball completed two weeks competitions last weekend at Thunderbird Showpark in British Columbia, Canada.