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After a brief hiatus, the Malibu/Lost Hills Sheriff’s Station will again be accepting prescription drugs, illegal drugs and sharps needle containers. There are three clearly marked receptacles just outside the front of the Sheriff’s station lobby at 27050 Agoura Road in Calabasas.
The purpose of this program is to safely dispose of any unused, leftover and expired prescription drugs, as well as providing a safe and anonymous place for anyone to dispose of illegal drugs.
The Malibu High School boys basketball team got back to its winning ways Friday, Jan. 30, with a 73-54 drubbing of the Foothill Tech Dragons.
Senior point guard Jordan Newt led the team in scoring with 26, while junior forward Trey Cotwright added 15 points.
The Sharks have won eight of their last nine games, keeping their pole position in the Frontier League.
Cotwright said Malibu used their first league loss against the Thatcher Toads on Wednesday, Jan. 28, as fuel against the Dragons.
It may have been possible for Rick and I to grow up in more diverse worlds, but not likely. With my humble roots in rural Minnesota and Rick’s in Culver City, chances are that we would never have met.
If you’ve perused the nightlife here in Malibu, most likely you’ve come across the harmonic sounds of Bobby Waters.
As a harmonica player and guitarist, Bobby gets his soulful inspirations from a variety of places — including the tailpipes of his ‘88 Ford Mustang.
What: One-bedroom, three-bath with detached one-bedroom guest house custom built celebrity home
Where: 31026 Broad Beach Road
This home, which was designed for Dick Martin and his wife, Dolly, is on the market for the first time since it was created.
Two beachfront Malibu property owners were reminded that the California Coastal Commission takes beach access seriously and that any Coastal Development Permit that states “said terms and conditions shall be perpetual and bind all future owners and possessors of the property or any part thereof unless otherwise specified herein,” is unlikely to expire, or be forgotten, regardless of how much time has elapsed.
Malibu’s lone Tuesday, March 7 ballot item received voters’ approval, according to preliminary election results from the Los Angeles County Registrar-Recorder/County Clerk.
LA County Measure H, which seeks to prevent and combat homelessness through a 10-year 1/4 cent sales tax, passed with a 67.62 percent majority in the March 7 Consolidated Municipal and Special Elections.
After years of work, the City of Malibu finally broke ground on its new wastewater treatment facility on Thursday, June 29.
Members of the Malibu City Council, as well as representatives from the federal Environmental Protection Agency, State Water Resources Control Board and Regional Water Quality Control Board, shoveled a pile of earth to mark the occasion.
Malibu Mayor Laura Rosenthal and others spoke in celebration on the treatment plant and Malibu’s continued commitment to environmental responsibility.
The compelling and intriguing oil and acrylic works of Malibu artist Daniela Schweitzer are on exhibit at Summer Fresh, a solo by-the-water themed exhibition at Ollo Restaurant and gallery through Sept. 18.
This exhibit is well worth seeing. As one enters the restaurant, Schweitzer’s large pieces beckon viewers to enjoy the installation’s simple, aesthetic works that excite and delight with their popping color, crystalized clarity and engaging subjects.