• Malibu resident Rachel DeAngelis wears her latest sash and crown with pride after being crowned July 7 in Orlando. Carlos Velez/Miss Junior Teen United States

    Malibu teenager crowned Miss Junior Teen United States

    July 16, 2018 By Kateri Wozny, Freelance Reporter News, Community
    If the crown fits, wear it proudly, especially if it’s made out of Swarovski crystals.
  • A revamped short-term rental ordinance is to return to the council on Sept. 11.

    Malibu City Council: Short-term rental ordinance in the works

    July 10, 2018 By Michele Willer-Allred, Freelance Reporter News, City
    After an almost six-hour meeting on Monday, July 9, the Malibu City Council agreed to move forward with a proposed short-term property rental ordinance.
  • Malibu resident Ann P. Meredith is to sail with the Rainbow Spinnaker Team in the 2018 Gay Games next month. Photo Submitted

    Malibu woman to sail in 2018 Gay Games

    July 13, 2018 By Barbara Burke, Freelance Reporter Sports
    Malibu’s Ann P. Meredith, a producer, director and avid sailor, is headed to the Paris 2018 Gay Games 10, an international sports competition and cultural event from Aug. 4-12.
  • Pepperdine golfer Sahith Theegala hits the course at Evian Resort Golf Club on July 5 in a practice round for the Arnold Palmer Cup in France. Luke Hendry/Arnold Palmer Cup

    Theegala part of Team USA’s Arnold Palmer Cup victory

    July 9, 2018 By Chris Megginson, Freelance Reporter Sports, Alumni-College
    Team USA, including Pepperdine men’s golfer Sahith Theegala, claimed the Arnold Palmer Cup for the second-straight year Sunday, July 8, at the Evian Resort Golf Club, defeating Team International, 38.5-21.5.
  • Evan Mason (right), who is to be stationed in Malibu as a lifeguard, shakes the hand of California State Parks Southern Division Chief Brian Ketterer at graduation last month. Courtesy of California State Parks, 2018

    New Malibu lifeguard settles in after completing 8-month cadet training

    July 10, 2018 By Lauren Coughlin, Editor News, Community
    Evan Mason honed his appreciation for the ocean as a junior lifeguard for seven years in San Diego, where the unit he served on made roughly 400 rescues a year.


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