You are here

Most Viewed Articles

The Santa Monica-Malibu Education Foundation received $161,801 from 588 donors during a five-day drive to meet a $25,000 matching gift from Fairmont Miramar Hotel & Bungalows/MSD Capital. 

The drive ended Jan. 31, which was also the end of the Education Foundation’s annual parent pledge campaign.

Lauren Finkler
A motion raised by Malibu City Councilmember Laura Rosenthal which sought to appeal the Planning Commission’s approval of the Malibu Memorial Park failed 1-4 following heavy discussion at the City Council’s Monday, June 12 meeting.
Erin Redmond

What: Four bedrooms, four bathrooms

Where: 5770 Busch Drive

Alex Vejar

What: Two-bedroom, two and a half-bath remodeled home 

Where: 29914 Cuthbert Road

Amenities: Remodeled in 2012, this one-story home created by architect Skylar Brown now features a gourmet chef’s kitchen with walnut wood, high gloss finishes and Caesarstone countertops. All new appliances, including a Wolf stove, downdraft, Sub-Zero refrigerator, two sinks, two dishwashers, double ovens and a warming drawer, were also installed. 

Chris Bashaw

This modern retreat built in 2015 has been recently updated with high-end custom finishes by a celebrity designer.

What: Two-bedroom, 3-bathroom new construction (2015)

Where: 2834 Sequit Drive, Malibu

22nd Century Media Staff
This week's events at Malibu churches and synagogues.
Alex Vejar

The Santa Monica-Malibu Education Foundation (SMMEF), in conjunction with the nonprofit Artists for the Arts Foundation, will be hosting their 11th annual benefit concert to support the Santa Monica-Malibu Education Foundation’s For the Arts campaign on Feb. 7.

This will be the eighth year that the Artists for Arts Foundation has joined SMMEF for the concert. 

The event will bring together singers/songwriters Colin Jay, Stephen Bishop, Santa Monica-Malibu Unified School District student musicians and others.

Chris Bashaw

A pair of events will be held during the late morning and early afternoon hours of Saturday, March 8, at Bank of Books in Malibu.

Beginning at 10:30 a.m. will be local Leslie Bixler and her Rockin’ Rhythm Storytime for children.

A local musician with three children’s albums to her name, Bixler is also a former preschool teacher who knows just how to get her young audience to move and groove and sing along to both classics and her own original songs.

Ashleigh Fryer

With Mother’s Day recently behind us, and Father’s Day fast approaching, the Malibu Surfside News is asking Malibu to show us what their dads mean to them. 

Individuals of all ages are welcome to send us a creative interpretation — essays, songs, poems or artwork — answering the question: “What is your favorite memory with your father?”

Ashleigh Fryer

The Malibu Library will host conservation biologist Jodi Hilty 7-9 p.m. on Wednesday, Nov. 19, for the November segment of its Speaker Series program. 

Overseeing a staff of 60 working in some of the most remote locations, Hilty – executive director of the Wildlife Conservation Society’s (WCS) North America Program – promotes the active engagement of WCS in the larger scientific and conservation communities, strengthens partnerships with agencies and organizations, and cultivates the next generation of conservation science leaders. 

Ashleigh Fryer

Pages