• Cameron Johnson, who died while studying abroad with Pepperdine in South America, is the namesake for Pepperdine’s newly endowed scholarship, which raised $100,000 in only 43 days. Photo Submitted

    A friend, an explorer and a permanent piece of Pepperdine: Scholarship formed to honor late Pepperdine student

    January 19, 2017 By Lauren Coughlin, Editor News, School

    Cameron Johnson is not a name cloaked in tragedy — Pepperdine University’s Psi Epsilon fraternity has ensured that.

  • Representatives from LA-based Rescue From The Hart pose for a picture Sunday, Jan. 8, during the premiere pet adoption event at the Cornucopia Foundation’s Malibu Farmers Market. Photos Submitted

    Malibu Farmers Market rolls out monthly pet adoption events

    January 17, 2017 By Lauren Coughlin, Editor News

    The Malibu Farmers Market already offered a grocery list worth of reasons to swing by the weekly event, but this month it added one more in its new pet adoption events.

  • The scallop ceviche (prices vary) is a specialty item at Malibu Seafood’s fresh seafood market. Photos by Barbara Burke/22nd Century Media

    Malibu Seafood celebrates 45 years of fresh fish and fare

    January 19, 2017 By Barbara Burke, Freelance Reporter Life & Arts, Dining Out

    For forty-five years, Malibu’s iconic Malibu Seafood Fresh Fish Market and Patio Café has been serving up fantastic fish and accompanying fare to grateful Malibuites and visitors.

  • Malibu High School’s Abby Blackwood (2) tries to get a pass through Santa Paula’s defenders Friday, Jan. 13, in Malibu. Suzy Demeter/22nd Century Media

    Field conditions create added obstacles for the Sharks

    January 17, 2017 By Ryan Flynn, Freelance Reporter Sports, High School

    Normally, Malibu is the last place where weather would be a factor, but on the evening of Friday, Jan. 13, the elements were in full effect. 

  • Xenia Bernal (second from right), co-producer of “Peace by Piece: The Story of Harry Davids,” which took first prize at the Malibu Teen Film Festival, poses with (left to right) Smara Hutman, of the Righteous Conversations Project, and Bernal’s parents, Mirna and Eduardo Bernal. Barbara Burke/22nd Century Media

    Third annual Malibu Teen Film Festival wows, excites

    January 17, 2017 By Barbara Burke, Freelance Reporter News

    They came palpably nervous, but with that wonderful, optimistic hope that only youth who are new at an endeavor in a grown-up world exude.