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The Malibu Pier kicked off Halloween evening on Friday, Oct. 31, with activities for children and families to enjoy. 

Malibu Farm offered up a table of pumpkins primed for carving. A Halloween cookie decorating table, petting zoo and live music were also offered up for costumed guests to enjoy.

Ashleigh Fryer

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

Two individuals were taken to area hospitals via ambulance after a head-on, two vehicle collision occurred on Kanan Dume Road near the intersection of Cavalleri Road at approximately 8:25 a.m. on Thursday, April 17.

The accident closed both lanes of traffic on Kanan Dume Road for approximately 2 1/2 hours, according to Malibu/Lost Hills Sheriff’s Department watch sergeant Joe Covarrubias. The road was opened approximately 11:15 a.m.

The current condition of the individuals involved in the accident has not yet been reported.

Ashleigh Fryer

There’s lots of guys in Malibu who have cool cars, but every now and then there’s a woman out there that has no problem putting them to shame – with her car, I mean. So this week’s Ride of the Week just happens to be one of those ladies — Malibu’s Anna McKinley.

Chris Bashaw

Ok, now begins a new phase of Ride of the Week. Let’s call it “Leveling Up.” Or maybe ROTW Ver2.0. And what does that mean?

It means that, although four wheels are cool, two can be cool, too. In fact, taking a ride in just about anything in Malibu is completely awesome and I’ll be proving that in the next few weeks when I take a spin in Malibu Engine 70’s Fire Truck for a 5Minute Drive upcoming episode. 

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

There are a lot of cars in Malibu that evoke emotion and I’ve had the privilege of driving many. But when Frank Nesta suggested I drive his black 1977 Chevy Corvette from Malibu Cars & Coffee to the Surfrider parking lot for a shoot, I got really excited. Over the history of the Vette, it’s been sculpted and shaped into many variations, but, this sexy, curvaceous and tantalizing version has always rattled my emotional cage. Which is why it’s this week’s Ride of the Week.

Chris Bashaw

Bohm is a junior player on the Malibu High School volleyball team.

How did you get involved in volleyball and when did you get started?

I first started playing volleyball on the beach. The more I played the more I fell in love with the sport. I wanted to get more serious about volleyball and decided to play club.

What’s your favorite thing about volleyball?

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

A mid-December cleaning conducted by the Santa Monica-Malibu Unified School District at Malibu High School drew criticism from Malibu-based advocacy group Malibu Unites, which claimed the cleaning was a “PR move” to lower PCB levels found at the school prior to winter break testing.

Chris Bashaw

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