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Hollis Cadenhead sees interior design from an exterior perspective.

“I approach interior design from an architectural level,” Cadenhead said. “I see the details through the spaces and materials.”

In fact, Cadenhead was gearing up to begin architecture school in 2008 when she landed her first design gig with the Malibu Tennis Club. It was then that she discovered the new path that her passions would take — not in designing the buildings themselves, but in creating their character.

Chris Bashaw

Linus Gordon is a senior on the Malibu High School track and field team

How did you start competing in track and field?

I always knew I wanted to pole vault when I watched the Olympics. Right when I joined track freshman year, first thing I did was pole vault and I did that for three years. Then I discovered all the other events. 

What’s your favorite event to do in track and field?

Ashleigh Fryer

The Malibu Sharks swim team swam strong on Wednesday, March 26, coming away with a total of five automatic CIF bids in a meet against the Nordhoff Rangers. 

Freshman Farah Stack earned two of the bids with wins in the 200-yard freestyle and the 500-yard freestyle. 

Junior Logan Hotchkiss finished with a time of 2 minutes 5.03 seconds in the 200-yard individual medley, also earning him a CIF bid and almost beating the school record of 2:03.09.

Girls’ head coach Tim Segesmen was proud of his team and said they are starting to get better with each meet.

Ashleigh Fryer

Longtime former Malibu resident Alice Powell died June 14 in Miami, Florida. 

For several years, Alice, her husband, Richard, and their two sons lived on Malibu Road. The couple later moved to the hills of Big Rocks. 

Alice and her husband were involved in several Malibu causes, including the fight for incorporation in the early 1990s. 

She leaves behind her sons, Alex and Anthony, and four grandchildren. 

Chris Bashaw

As Malibu High School boys swimming head coach Mike Mulligan announced the results of the Frontier League Championships on Thursday, May 8, his swimmers waited.

Third place went to Grace Brethren and second to Nordhoff. 

Then Mulligan said the words everyone was hoping to hear. 

“First place, Malibu,” he said. 

That was the cue for the boys to grab their coach and fling him into the pool. The Sharks were the champions again. 

Ashleigh Fryer

Conservationists, activists, area residents and community officials gathered at King Gillette Ranch in the geographical center of the Santa Monica Mountains National Recreation Area on Saturday, June 21, to celebrate the achievements of Los Angeles County Third District Supervisor Zev Yaroslavsky, who will be term out of office in November. 

The event, hosted by the Las Virgenes Homeowners Federation, celebrated “a 20-year journey dedicated to preserving and protecting the Santa Monica Mountains.”

Chris Bashaw

After a Thanksgiving meal six or seven years ago, by Matteo Indelicato’s recollection, his brother was saying his goodbyes and getting ready to depart back to Hawaii, where he lived. 

“No bro, we gotta hit up some more waves before you go,” Indelicato implored to his brother.

The appeal was considered, but ultimately declined as Indelicato’s brother packed up his car and slid a ukulele case into the back seat.

Chris Bashaw

From Africa to Massachusetts, Malibu Pier Restaurant executive chef Jason Fullilove has a history of connecting with his surroundings through food. 

“When we were living in Africa, we had no TV and limited radio — it was all about community, meeting people, dinner parties and communal eating experiences,” Fullilove said. “It was my first introduction to how food can bring people together.”

Ashleigh Fryer

It was a record-setting day for the Malibu High School track team in the Marie Smith Malibu Invitational on Saturday, March 20.

Junior Caroline Pietrzyk finished with a time of 5 minutes and 2.93 seconds in the 1,600-meter run. The time not only eclipsed her personal best of about 5:11.00, but also set a new track record.

“I feel pretty good,” Pietrzyk said about her record-breaking time. “I wanted to go a little bit faster, but it’s good for an early-season race and I’m pretty proud of it.”

Chris Bashaw

Twelve-year-old Malibu resident Angie Drake won a gold medal at United States Water Polo Junior Olympics at Stanford University on Aug. 3.

Drake attended Juan Cabrillo Elementary School and is now entering seventh grade at Malibu Middle School.

Drake plays for both the Malibu 13-14-year-old youth water polo team coached by Hayden Goldberg and the Santa Barbara 12-year-old girls water polo team coached by Chuckie Roth.

The Santa Barbara girls won gold at the Junior Olympics.

Chris Bashaw

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