• Surfside shares How We Met 2018 entries

    February 14, 2018 By Staff Report News
    More than a dozen true love stories crossed our desks during the Surfside's 2018 How We Met contest. There were tales that took place right here in Malibu, and there were those that began far, far away. In the end, only one could win.
  • Our Lady of Malibu art teacher Patrice Wachs (who developed the school’s art program) poses with (left to right) Daire O’Herlihy and Darcy O’Herlihy during the Saturday, Feb. 10 Student Art Exhibit in Malibu Village. Photos by Suzy Demeter/22nd Century Media

    Best in class: Local students get very own art show at Malibu Village

    February 13, 2018 By Staff Report Life & Arts

    Artists in grades kindergarten through grade 12 participated in the Feb. 10 Student Art Exhibit at Malibu Village.

  • The newly designated Malibu Historic District spans 160 acres. Image Submitted

    Malibu receives new historic designation

    February 13, 2018 By Lauren Coughlin, Editor News
    Malibu’s Surfrider Beach, pier and lagoon are now officially part of the Malibu Historic District. The new designation is the first entry for the first surf history site in the National Register of Historic Places.
  • Malibu resident Tom Jennings brings flowers for his wife, Ellen, to a horse show she was riding in. Photos Submitted

    Surfside crowns 2018 How We Met contest winner

    February 12, 2018 By Staff Report News
    The stakes were low. In the end, each and every couple who entered our Valentine’s Day-themed How We Met contest still had a beautiful love story and a loved one to have and to hold.
  • This photo, titled “A Somali Girl Runs,” was taken in 1993 by late Reuters photojournalist Dan Eldon. Visually complex journal entries by Dan Eldon are on display at Malibu City Hall through May 31.

    Dan Eldon’s works shared at City’s exhibition

    February 12, 2018 By Barbara Burke, Freelance Reporter Life & Arts
    Malibu’s Jules Williams aptly phrased the seeming collective impression of attendees at the City’s new exhibition, “The Journey is the Destination: Safari with Dan Eldon.” “There’s a very good reason for the cliché ‘only the good die young,’” Williams said after taking in the expansive display.

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