For a few hours following the highest night tide of each full or new moon during spring and early summer, the California grunion leave the water to lay their eggs on Southern California’s sandy beaches from Point Conception north of Santa Barbara to Punta Abreojos in Baja California, Mexico.
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Bill Miller, owner of Malibu Kitchen, likes things a certain way.
“What’s my go-to order?” he said. “I take grilled chicken with some prosciutto, put some truffle cheese in there, add pesto and a little mustard in a whole wheat wrap. I melt that together then I add cold coleslaw and roasted tomatoes.”
The meticulous nature of Miller’s taste buds has earned Malibu Kitchen special distinction as one of the only eateries in Malibu to make it to its 14th birthday, which Miller is celebrating this week.
After four years of becoming the star water polo player for the Malibu Sharks, Owen Franz was burnt out.
Franz, 18, not only competed at the high school level, but was also a member of various club teams and an Olympic development program.
When his high school career was coming to a close, he began having doubts about his passion for the sport. That seemed to have started at the end of his junior year, in the wake of the Sharks’ devastating loss in the CIF Finals, when many of Franz’s close friends and teammates graduated.
Glendale police remain stumped as of Friday, Feb. 10, in the case of 20-year-old Elaine Park, whose vehicle was found along Pacific Coast Highway in Malibu on Feb. 2.
Police reportedly located her personal property as well as the keys to the car in the vehicle.
Park’s family reported Elaine as a missing person on Jan. 30, and she has not been seen since Jan. 28.
As he walked on stage wearing a red Hawaiian shirt, navy blue shorts, black athletic shoes and a Los Angeles Dodgers cap, actor Ed Asner was already in character.
He placed his cane on top of a side table, sat down and got comfortable. What followed was an 80-minute twist on what happens when certain parts of the body start to show their age.
“There’s much more to the prostate than meets the eye,” Asner told the audience.
If a tire on your golf cart catches a nail over a holiday weekend, chances are pretty good Douglas Randall can still be there in 20 minutes to fix it.
It’s no guarantee, but Randall – a Malibu resident as well as owner and primary laborer of Malibu Custom Carts – firmly believes in providing reliable service to Malibu’s golf-cart goers as much, and as consistently, as possible.
Long time Malibu resident, (Jack) John T. Corrodi Jr. passed away on Jan. 24. He was surrounded by his wife, 16 adopted children and grandchildren.
Jack was born on July 24, 1935 in Columbus, Ohio. Jack was the child of John and Lucille Corrodi. Jack attended college at Wesleyan University in Middletown, Connecticut and graduated from Harvard University in 1963 with an MBA in business.
There’s something familiar about the Malibu Roadhouse.
It might be that it occupies the space that used to house the BeauRivage, a storied Malibu restaurant. It might be its familiar position, across PCH from Dan Blocker Beach — a section of Malibu most residents cruise through daily.
California is still caught in a cycle of persistent drought, but Malibu has had enough rainfall this winter for a bountiful crop of wildflowers, and in many of the area’s most easily accessible parks spring has already arrived in full force.
One of the most spectacular displays of spring wildflowers can be found at Point Dume State Beach, where the Point Dume Headlands and the bluffs along Westward Beach are golden with a mix of giant coreopsis — a flower found along the coast and nowhere else in the world — bush sunflower and California poppies.