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I’ve never known a holiday in my family to go off without a hitch; they all result in a special form of madness. This year’s Christmas get together was no different. 

The pans we’d used to cook a few of the Christmas dinner dishes in had glue on the bottom, which, subsequently, burned in the oven, sending plumes of black smoke into the kitchen and living room. Dogs were barking, relatives were yelling and our Brussels sprouts and stuffing smelled and tasted like burnt plastic. 

It was perfect. 

Chris Bashaw
Under new direction, Malibu Playhouse is determined to keep forward momentum rolling. Friends of the Malibu Playhouse and dedicated volunteers gathered at an organizational meeting Oct. 2 to address the vision for the playhouse, along with the practicalities and logistics involved in ensuring this season is successful.
Bill Jones

Fireball Tim captures the essence of Malibu

Chris Bashaw

The Malibu girls basketball team’s fight for a CIF playoff berth will likely be decided this week with three home games at Malibu High School.

The Sharks host Fillmore on Wednesday night at 7 p.m., League-leading Carpinteria Thursday night at 7 p.m. and Cate Saturday at 3 p.m.

The Sharks stayed in the hunt with a split last week.  

MHS began the week Tuesday at home with an impressive win over Villanova Prep, 32-26. But on Thursday on the road the Sharks were blitzed by Thacher, 49-32.

Ashleigh Fryer

What: Three-bedroom, four-bath Malibu Country Estates home 

Where: 24526 Vantage Point Terrace, Malibu

Description: This single-story home offers commanding ocean views on a quiet cul-de-sac. It has large rooms, high ceilings, a gorgeous pool and spa, and an incredible master suite with its own office. Join the nearby Pepperdine Crest Club and enjoy all of the amenities of Pepperdine, including a gym, track, pool and more.

Lauren Finkler

At its 2014-2015 mid-year financial report meeting on Wednesday, Jan. 21, the Malibu City Council approved budget amendments that would land the City’s General Fund Undesignated Reserve at $15.9 million by June 30, 2015.  

According to the financial report, General Fund revenues are appearing as projected, with the total revenue of all funds received during the second quarter being $12.7 million — 39 percent of the annual budgeted amount for the entire fiscal year. 

Chris Bashaw

The Malibu Optimist Club recently held its annual oratorical contest at the Pepperdine Riatt Recital Hall.  

Co-sponsored by the Pepperdine Crest Associates, the theme was “What the world can gain from optimism.” After competitions held at Malibu High School, the six finalists spoke before judges Heather Anderson, Heidi Bernard and Frances Green, as well as a very enthusiastic audience of Optimists and parents.  

Lauren Finkler

The Karaoke Luncheon event on Thursday, March 24, at the Malibu Senior Center began with Bernie Beldner, who brought to the venue his guitar, original songs and smooth vocals.  

Some of his songs were “Hurry Up Honey” and “I’ll Always Feel this Way,” including a song for Purim and one for Easter.

Alex Vejar

Dear Editor,

Our Chumash people have thrived on this beautiful and biologically rich coastline for more than 15,000 years. The outrageous proposal to extract more offshore oil by injecting high-pressure water and toxic chemicals to fracture the earth would offend my ancestors – frankly, it offends me.

Lauren Finkler

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