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Many folks have asked me to go over this for them:
1. Keep water below ground. Use a drip system and bury it at least one foot below ground.

Chris Bashaw

Pictured is a Malibu illustration created by Malibu resident Fireball Tim Lawrence. Enjoy his drawings each week in Malibu Surfside News.

Chris Bashaw

The Sharks finished regular season play in dominating fashion on Wednesday, Feb. 12, at home against La Reina.

Despite losing their goalie, Seaira Moore, to a grade 3 concussion, which Moore suffered from in overtime against Oak Park on Feb. 10, the Sharks shut out the Regents 3-0, with help from sophomore Nina Hungerland, a MHS basketball player who stepped onto the soccer field last minute to fill in for Moore. 

Ashleigh Fryer

‘Coffee with a Deputy’ at Malibu Kitchen

Residents are invited to meet their local Malibu crime prevention deputies, Shawn Brownell and Robert DeSantis, and discuss City or law enforcement matters from 8:30-10 a.m. every Thursday at the Malibu Kitchen, 3900 Cross Creek Road in Malibu. Guests will receive 10 percent of their meal if they stop by between the designated times. 

Vilebrequin opens in Malibu Lumber Yard

Chris Bashaw

Pepperdine University will host a collaborative choral concert on Sunday, Oct. 26, combining the talents of the Malibu High School a capella singers and chamber singers, directed by Amy Loch, with the Pepperdine chamber choir, directed by Ryan Board. 

Though the performance is the first of the school year combining all the groups, MHS and Pepperdine students have become familiar with each other over the last three years through the efforts of Board and Loch.

Ashleigh Fryer

The City of Malibu honored nine-time Grammy Award winner Herb Alpert Friday, Feb. 14, at the La Costa Mission restaurant.

The event featured performances by students from the Herb Alpert School of Music at the University of California, Los Angeles and CalArts, as well as ceremonial dances performed by the Southern California Indian center and the Chumash Tribe.

Ashleigh Fryer

Ea Shoushtari and Grace Leah Baughn scored career highs of 30 and 19 points, respectively, to spark the Pepperdine women’s basketball team to an 80-74 upset over Santa Clara in the first round of the West Coast Conference Championships on Thursday, March 6.

Chris Bashaw

The Malibu Art Barn is accepting submissions until Friday, Jan. 31, for its Fifth Annual Malibu Student Art Show, which will open on Saturday, Feb. 1.

School-age children between kindergarten and 12th grade may submit one piece of artwork of any medium or size – including sculpture – with a $10 entry fee to the Malibu Art Barn or the Michael Landon Center at Malibu Bluffs Park.

Chris Bashaw

The Malibu City Council was tasked with certifying the Environmental Impact Report and a Mitigation and Monitoring Report Program for the Crummer Project site, 24120 Pacific Coast Highway, at its meeting on Monday, Feb. 24. 

As of press time the Council had not yet reached a decision, with dozens of residents, both for and against the project, showing up to voice their  opinions and concerns. 

The Commission was also asked to and approve tentative tract mapping and a Coastal Development Permit for the project site.

Chris Bashaw

Our Lady of Malibu will celebrate the groundbreaking for its renewal project at the church at 5 p.m. Friday, July 11.

The groundbreaking ceremony will mark the beginning of work done to the interior of the church to “better serve as the spiritual home for our parish family,” a press release states.

Ashleigh Fryer

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