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Alex Vejar

In a circle, 12 seniors gestured swiping hands in a forward motion toward a random person in the circle. 

At the same time, they were instructed to say “zip,” “zap” or “zoom” depending upon part of the word order sequence they were selected by their peers. 

Some tripped up on what to say, and there was some confusion as to whether the hand motion was the same for each word, but it was all part of Spontaneous Solution’s first “Gymnasium for the Mind” class at the Malibu Senior Center on Thursday, Feb. 5.

Chris Bashaw

The Santa Monica-Malibu School Board on Thursday, June 2, took no action on a suggestion that would make up for a potential Santa Monica-Malibu Education Foundation fundraising shortfall. 

In an update to SMMEF’s fundraising goals for this fiscal year, Terry Deloria, assistant superintendent of educational services, told the Board that as of May 23, it was staring at a fundraising gap of almost $500,000. If the Board wanted to fully fund all the SMMEF programs, Deloria said, it would need to find a way to raise that amount.

Alex Vejar

The evening started out joyously as friends and family gathered to celebrate Senior Night for the six graduating members of the No. 3 Pepperdine men’s volleyball team, but the Waves were unable to come up with the victory against No. 9 UC Santa Barbara on Wedneday, April 15. The Gauchos won in four, 25-15, 15-25, 26-24, 25-22.

Chris Bashaw

What: Five-bedroom, five-bath ocean view home

Where: 30610 La Sonora Drive

Amenities: This 3,499 square foot mordern Malibu West home boasts panoramic ocean views, an open floor plan and is wired for sound inside and out with built-in iPad control. 

The property’s poolside deck comes complete with a karaoke bar and the kitchen features Viking appliances and a center island.

The master bedroom boasts his and her’s closets.

Ashleigh Fryer

The Malibu City Council voted on May 23 to approve construction contracts and the land purchase for Malibu’s wastewater treatment facility project in the Civic Center area.

Alex Vejar

What: Five-bedroom, eight-bath architectural estate

Where: 2050 Rambla Pacifico Street

The unconventional design of this home properly named The Temple of Muses, is silhouetted against the Santa Monica Mountains.

The property, located on five acres, overlooks the Pacific Ocean and uses alternating sizes, shapes and colors to make it stand-out from the surrounding landscape.

Ashleigh Fryer

A shark’s bite is devastating. But the bite of the injury bug is deadly. 

The Malibu High School girls volleyball team lost four players to injury during their 3-2 (25-19, 25-23, 22-25, 13-25, 6-15) loss against the Grace Brethren Lady Lancers on Thursday, Oct. 9. 

“It’s like whatever could go wrong tonight definitely went wrong,” head coach Airess Padda said.

Chris Bashaw
Unauthorized, independent PCB testing resulted in sanctions.
Alex Vejar

Howdy’s, the taqueria in the Malibu Country Mart which has been serving the community for 20 years, closed its doors on Sunday, Oct. 26, owner Howdy Kabrins said.

“It’s been a tough six months here with people knowing that we were going to close soon,” Kabrins said. “It’s been difficult to do any business at nighttime over there.”

Chris Bashaw

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