• Third-year Aspects Surf Camp participant Sam Kijner, 10, waxes his board Thursday, June 15, at Surfrider Beach. Photos by Suzy Demeter/22nd Century Media

    Young surfers learn about more than catching waves at Aspects Surf Camp

    June 20, 2017 By Barbara Burke, Freelance Reporter Sports, Youth
    Aspects Surf Camp, a summer camp experience operated by the City of Malibu, is a summer tradition in Malibu. Surfrider’s third point is the perfect venue for children ages 7-14 to gather with experienced counselors and try their hand at surfing. In the mornings, the waves are fairly calm and the young campers can get a feel for the sport.
  • Comedian and screenwriter Spike Feresten (left) and comedian and actor Jerry Seinfeld chat June 11, when the pair gathered at Malibu Kitchen to record the premiere episode of Feresten’s “Car Radio” podcast. Photos by Barbara Burke/22nd Century Media

    Premiere episode of car-focused podcast taped on Malibu Kitchen’s porch

    June 20, 2017 By Barbara Burke, Freelance Reporter Life & Arts
    Jerry Seinfeld loves Malibu for the same reason so many do: it offers one of the most beautiful drives in the world. “My LA life these days is to just drive up and down the PCH; it is the greatest of roads to drive on, and it is amazing how it stays so beautiful,” Jerry Seinfeld said as he prepared to chat with comedian and screenwriter Spike Feresten for the premiere episode of Feresten’s PodcastOne “Car Radio,” which was scheduled to air on June 14.
  • Bob Forrest speaks to friends and family members of those struggling with addiction during a June 14 support group meeting at Malibu’s Alo House Recovery Center. Photos by Barbara Burke/22nd Century Media

    Recovered addict Bob Forrest offers guidance for healing, recovery

    June 19, 2017 By Barbara Burke, Freelance Reporter News
    For families and friends of those struggling with drug and alcohol addiction, there are no easy answers. Still, the family unit can represent one of the most powerful tools for healing and recovery.
  • Freediver Tanya Streeter takes audiences to waters throughout the world in “A Plastic Ocean.” Plastic Oceans Foundation

    ‘A Plastic Ocean,’ screened in Malibu, pleads for action

    June 15, 2017 By Barbara Burke, Freelance Reporter News

    World Oceans Day is intended to recognize the fragility of oceans and to highlight both the often negative impact mankind has on them and their ever-increasing precarious existence. 

  • The charcuterie plate ($55 for a plate for four; $35 for a plate for two with a minimum two-person order) at Malibu Kitchen is offered only on weekends and features a vast array of imported Italian meats, cheeses and more. Photos by Barbara Burke/22nd Century Media

    The Dish: From breakfast to charcuterie, Malibu Kitchen satisfies

    June 7, 2017 By Barbara Burke, Freelance Reporter Life & Arts, Dining Out
    When a customer walks in the door at Malibu Kitchen, the place gives that comfortable feeling of a venue somewhere in New York or a little alcove-like epicurean find somewhere along a country road in New England.

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