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The No. 12 Pepperdine men’s water polo team fell, 15-12, to No. 13 Loyola Marymount at home on Friday, Sept. 12, in a Wells Fargo PCH Cup matchup.

The Waves and Lions played even through the first half, but LMU used a big third quarter to take control of the game, scoring five goals to just one for Pepperdine.

Ashleigh Fryer

Dun & Bradstreet Credibility Corp. in Malibu celebrated the graduation of their first class of EdAhead interns on Friday, Aug. 22.

Chris Bashaw

The Malibu Rotary Club inducted two new members at its meeting on Wednesday, July 2.

Malibu residents Carlye Rudkin and Beth Mohiuddin became the Rotary Club’s newest members after attending meetings for a period of several months.

“I am happy and honored to induct these two new members into the Rotary Club,” said Elsa Gillham, the new district governor for Rotary District 5280, which Malibu falls under. 

Ashleigh Fryer

The Pepperdine baseball team capped an already exhilarating NCAA Regional run with a thrilling win on Sunday, June 1, scoring four runs in the ninth inning to beat top-seed Cal Poly 10-6. The win advances the Waves to their first-ever NCAA Super Regional since the format was implemented in 1999. It is the first time Pepperdine has advanced past the regional stage since the team won an NCAA Title in 1992.

Ashleigh Fryer

The Public Utilities Commission of the State of California unanimously passed regulations to General Order 95 to reduce the fire hazards associated with overhead power poles at its meeting on Wednesday, Feb. 5, in San Francisco, Calif.

Malibu resident Hans Laetz became heavily involved with this issue as an intervenor in 2010, due to concerns he held “that there was no voice from any non-expert on the discussion.”

Chris Bashaw

‘A Girl Named Sam’

Local author Jennifer Hartinger will read and sign her new children’s book, “A Girl Named Sam” at a story time event at 10:30 a.m. on Saturday, July 26 at Bank of Books Malibu,

In Hartinger’s book, Sam Bee is a happy little girl – and then she grows, and grows, and grows until she’s taller than her girlfriends, taller than the boys – even taller than a tree. 

But when sad Sam meets cool cat Mr. G, she learns that it’s her heart that matters, not the way she looks outside. B

Ashleigh Fryer

Webster Elementary School

Webster’s got talent

Students from Webster performed in the school’s talent show on Jan. 31, showcasing their skills through song, dance and performance.

Juan Cabrillo Elementary School

Good deeds

Juan Cabrillo students collected socks for soldiers in a sock drive led by the school’s student council. 

Chris Bashaw

Members of the City of Malibu Planning Commission approved at their meeting on Monday, Aug. 4, the permit necessary to hold the 33rd annual Kiwanis Club Chili Cook-off and Carnival.
The cook-off and carnival will be held over Labor Day weekend, between Friday, Aug. 29, and Monday, Sept. 1.
The event will take place on a vacant parcel of land owned by the Malibu Bay Company.
The schedule for this year’s event is consistent with last year’s event.

Chris Bashaw

The Malibu High School Shark Fund announced in the MHS Monday Message on Feb. 3, that the Daikelers, a local family whose son attends Malibu Middle School, will match any donations to the Shark Fund that come in between now and March 3, up to $30,000.

The Shark Fund, an umbrella fundraising arm of Malibu Middle and High School that is independent of, but works to complement the Santa Monica-Malibu School District funds that enter the school, is currently $150,000 shy of its $600,000 goal fundraising goal for the 2013-2014 school year. 

Chris Bashaw

Bank of Books Malibu will host a story time with a sheriff’s deputy and a book signing with a former Internal Revenue Service agent on Saturday, Aug. 23.

Chris Bashaw

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