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Lorelle Patterson of Art Trek, Inc. introduced participants to a Paul Klee-esque theme class at the Malibu Senior Center on Friday, May 20.  

The artist Paul Klee was known for a style influenced by cubism and expressionism.

The attendees worked with watercolor to paint landscapes incorporating geometrical shapes.  Lorelle said the artwork encompasses a “simplicity of form, broken down into whimsical shapes.”

Alex Vejar

Pepperdine University will host a celebration of congregational singing and a cappella music in Christian worship during the Ascending Voice IV series on May 12-14.

Three concerts mark the event: Cerulean- Voices Extraordinary on Thursday, May 12 directed by Ryan Board; the grand Ascending Voice Festival Choir concert on Friday, May 13 directed by world renowned choral scholar Simon Carrington; and Grammy Award-winning sensation Take 6 on Saturday, May 14. 

Alex Vejar

Pam Herkner, principal of Juan Cabrillo Elementary School, briefed members of the Santa Monica-Malibu Unified School District Board of Education regarding the school’s progress toward achieving two of the five District goals during a study session at their meeting on Thursday, May 15.

Chris Bashaw

In honor of the 11th anniversary of Caffe Luxxe, the shop’s three locations, including its newest Malibu location, are offering free drinks all day to those who follow the brand on Instagram (@caffeluxxe) on Thursday, Aug. 17. 

The limit is one drink per person. Prizes will also be given away.

Malibu’s Caffe Luxxe location, in Malibu Sands Center at 22333 Pacific Coast Highway, Suite 160, is open from 7 a.m.-5 p.m.

Lauren Finkler

Passover represents more than just freedom from the physical subjugation of slavery, as the word is commonly understood. The freedom from servitude is only a part of true liberty.

Consider that very first Passover was more than being freed from slavery. It was a beginning of a much deeper liberation, a journey that continues today and revisited each Passover.

Lauren Finkler

Malibu resident Dana McAllister submitted this photo of the Nov. 26 super storm in Malibu.

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Lauren Finkler

The Malibu Chamber of Commerce Emergency Preparedness Committee will hold a meeting at the Malibu Chamber of Commerce from noon-1 p.m. on Wednesday, March 2.  

Primary topics of conversation will include, Mission Review, Workshops and Content in 2016, and Committee Expansion and Schedule.

All are welcome to join in conversation with the Emergency Preparedness Committee. The public’s participation enhances and grows the network.

Alex Vejar

Police reports

Nov. 27

• Along Shore Heights Drive, a residence was broken into and two bottles of homemade wine and an in-shower chair were stolen.

Nov. 25

• Two laptops, 30 iPhones and some jewelry items were stolen from a residence along Ramierez Canyon Road. The caller’s son complained of a man who had followed him earlier. When the son confronted the man, the man said he was following the son “because he could.”

Nov. 21

Chris Bashaw

Malibu’s Cornucopia Foundation donated $2,500 on Friday, Feb. 26, to support six Boys and Girls Clubs of Malibu students’ journey to get a feel for colleges in the Pacific Northwest.

All juniors at Malibu High School, the students will use the funds from the Cornucopia Foundation to fund their visits to three college campuses in the Seattle, Washington area during spring

Alex Vejar