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Malibu High School and Middle School will be welcoming six new teachers and support personnel to their faculty for the 2014-15 school year, in addition to interim principal Dave Jackson.
The Malibu Surfside News conducted one-on-one interviews with some of the incoming teachers and staff members about their expectations for the year.

Mark Larsen, middle school science
Ashleigh Fryer: Please briefly explain your prior teaching or educational experience.

Chris Bashaw

Color, aroma, consistency, taste and aftertaste.

That’s the meat and potatoes — or rather, the meat and beans — of what goes into judging chili for the Kiwanis Chili Cook-off in Malibu, which occurred during Labor Day weekend.

A four-day carnival and fair, the cook-off is to Malibu perhaps what the lobster festival is to the Port of Los Angeles, or even what Oktoberfest is to Pomona all the way on the easternmost side of the county.

Alex Vejar

The occupants of a car were uninjured after the vehicle they were in exited the roadway at Decker and Decker School roads around 3 p.m. on Sunday, May 21. 

Malibu Search and Rescue Operations Leader David Katz said all occupants of the car were uninjured, but the incident sparked a small brush fire.

“They’re actually in the process of putting the brush fire out, but all three occupants are out of the vehicle and topside,” Katz said as of roughly 3:10 p.m. on Sunday.

Lauren Finkler

Malibu resident and pet lifestyle specialist Megan Blake said some of her earliest memories are of seeing cows in a pasture from the back seat of her parents’ car as the family drove down a Georgia country road.

As she grew older, Blake began to recognize that not all large, four-legged animals in pastures were cows — some were horses, and smaller ones could be dogs and cats. 

Alex Vejar

The Malibu Chamber of Commerce will host the 11th annual Taste of Malibu at Duke’s Malibu on Thursday, June 12. 

The event will welcome eight local restaurants, as well as eight local wineries, who will prepare sips and bites for approximately 250 ticket-holding individuals to sample throughout the evening. 

Ashleigh Fryer

More than 5,000 competitors raised about $1.32 million for Children’s Hospital Los Angeles during the 29th annual Nautica Malibu Triathlon held this past weekend. 

The triathlon consisted of two races with two distances, one each held Saturday and Sunday of the weekend; the more challenging of the two races — the International Distance — was held on Saturday, Sept. 19.

Alex Vejar

Poets and men of faith often say that somehow, inexplicably, out of terrible tragedy good things, indeed, amazing things can bloom.  

Inspired by the legacy of Reuters photojournalist Dan Eldon, Malibu’s Creative Visions Foundation focuses on the use of arts and media to raise awareness of social causes – which they call creative activism.

Lauren Finkler

Three years ago, local Malibu author Tony Precopio almost died. His kidneys had failed and he needed dialysis and months of recovery to get back on his feet. 

Precopio had just finished his new book, “Murder in Malibu,” but halted the publishing process due to his illness. In late July, he finally released it to the public. 

Alex Vejar
It wasn’t the destination Abby Blackwood thought she’d make for college, but the soon-to-be Malibu High School graduate will be bound for San Antonio, Texas, this fall to play soccer for the Trinity University Tigers.
Erin Redmond
In Malibu High School graduate Dylan Ross’ senior year on the baseball team, he was the Sharks’ No. 1 starting pitcher. But just a year prior, Ross had pitched less than one high school inning.
Max Lapthorne

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