Basketball camp assistant coaches (left to right) Amelia Goudzwaard, Ava Norrell and Charlotte Dyne watch as camper Dylan Perse sinks a basket on July 11 at Malibu High School. Photos by Suzy Demeter/22nd Century Media
On a sunny evening at Malibu Bluffs Park, a group of excited students gathered for an Outdoor Photography Exploration course with Malibu photographer Cecily Breeding.
Junior lifeguards surround Lifeguard Shari Latta (middle) and author and illustrator Dawn N. Ericson (third from right) as they check out a kelp crab that was among a bucket of kelp during the Friday, July 13 program at Zuma Beach.
Photos by Suzy Demeter/22nd Century Media
If the crown fits, wear it proudly, especially if it’s made out of Swarovski crystals.
This historic item from Pepperdine’s archives shows a 1940s image of Malibu Pier, featuring the original Adamson House wall along with west side of the road. Images From the Eric Wienberg Collection, Pepperdine Libraries Special Collections and Archives
July 18, 2018By Suzanne Guldimann, Freelance ReporterNews, Community
Ephemera, printed material like matchbooks and postcards designed for limited service have become a hot collectable in recent decades, but these items are more than that: They open a window into the past, offering researchers a fascinating perspective on the minutiae of everyday life.
Malibu resident Suzy Demeter shared these snapshots from the scenic Malibu Lagoon in mid-May. “No matter what the weather it always presents a sense of peace and beauty,” she wrote in an email to the Surfside News.