Malibu charity Safety Harbor Kids received a virtual perfect score after recently being audited by the IRS, who gave a score of “no changes.”
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Why should you vote in the upcoming election?
Because Malibu is a small city. We have only about 8,000 voters. Every vote counts. The city faces serious challenges in the coming four years. The only way we will be able to succeed is through the presence of a unified and informed electorate.
The Malibu Senior Center will host a presentation entitled “So, You’ve Decided to Downsize” on Monday, Feb. 2, at noon.
Seniors can learn how to downsize or eliminate clutter from their lives by setting realistic goals and learning strategies to successfully approach the clutter. The presenter, Mandy Vento, has the knowledge and know-how to help attendees learn how to manage their clutter, downsize effectively and, potentially, “find money amid the mayhem.”
Pictured is a Malibu illustration created by Malibu resident Fireball Tim Lawrence. Enjoy his drawings each week in Malibu Surfside News.
The Malibu Jewish Center and Synagogue on Friday, June 17, held an interfaith candlelight vigil to mourn the victims of the recent terrorist shooting in Orlando, Fla., that claimed the lives of almost 50 people and left more than 50 injured.
Rabbi Judith HaLevy and cantor Marcelo Gindlin led the attendees in song and prayer while surrounding a table with various candles, including a row in the center that were colors of the rainbow, a national symbol of LGBTQ pride.
It’s with awe and complete disbelief that I mention that we’re approaching 365 consecutive days for my show “Fireball Malibu Vlog.”
I’m just go grateful to have enjoyed a years worth of Cars, Malibu, amazing SoCal locations and travel to some of the most amazing cities in the U.S. But more than anything, I’ve gotten a chance to meet so many of you here in town and see/drive some of these incredible cars.
In keeping with Freedom Road Project Malibu, a local organization started by members of the Malibu United Methodist Church that works to end human trafficking, several Malibu High School students have joined together to form their own chapter, which will screen the documentary “Girl Rising” in the MHS auditorium on Friday, May 23.
What: Three-bedroom, two-bath home
Where: 2884 Searidge St., Malibu