• With a Monarch butterfly resting on her shirt, Timea Rosner (left) allows another to sit on her finger during the Emily Shane Foundation butterfly release on Sunday, Nov. 22, at Malibu Bluffs Park. Chris Bashaw/22nd Century Media

    1,000 butterflies released at Malibu Bluffs Park

    November 27, 2015 By Chris Bashaw, Editor News

    As they took to the sky above Malibu Bluffs Park, a thousand Monarch butterflies took center stage for an Emily Shane Foundation fundraiser on Sunday, Nov.

  • Author and former president of Malibu’s HRL Laboratories Art Chester smiles with a copy of his new book on Saturday, Nov. 14, at Bank of Books Malibu. Chris Bashaw/22nd Century Media

    Former HRL Laboratories president presents latest mystery novel at Bank of Books Malibu

    November 27, 2015 By Chris Bashaw, Editor Life & Arts
    Former Malibu HRL Labs president Art Chester designs mystery series around his career as a scientist.
  • Malibu Sharks head coach Mike Mulligan (second from left, crouching) pep talks his team during a timeout. The Sharks fell to Temescal Canyon 8-5 on Wednesday, Nov. 18, at Mt. San Antonio College. Photo Courtesy of Dave Teel

    Sharks water polo falls in CIF semifinals

    November 27, 2015 By Chris Bashaw, Editor Sports, High School

    The Malibu High School boys water polo team fell short of a second consecutive CIF title on Wednesday, Nov.

  • Soleil Errico stands with her surfboard in tow on Surfrider Beach in Malibu. Alex Vejar/22nd Century Media

    Malibu teen surfer wants waves of success

    November 23, 2015 By Alex Vejar, Assistant Editor Life & Arts

    For 14-year-old Malibu resident Soleil Errico, the beach is her office and surfing, her business. 

  • Isabella Thatcher (left) plays as “Dr. Gertrude Ladenburger” while Nancy Walecki plays as “Dr. Katherine Brandt.” Photos by Suzy Demeter/22nd Century Media

    With ‘33 Variations,’ MHS reaches out

    November 27, 2015 By Chris Bashaw, Editor Life & Arts

    Malibu High School theater director Jodi Plaia said few productions at Malibu High School have roused as much passion among her students than “33 Variations” did, and fe