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A man is in custody for the alleged burglarly of a Malibu home owned by singer Lana Del Rey, as well as alleged stalking of the entertainer.

Police responded at 8:20 a.m. Monday, Nov. 30, to a burglarly call made from the residence by an unnamed construction worker, according to the Los Angeles Sheriff’s Department.

The worker told police he found the man, later identified by detectives as 19-year-old Zachary Self, in the home’s garage. Del Rey was not at the home during the incident, police said.

Chris Bashaw

The former Godmother of Malibu Catering Company in the Malibu Racquet Club officially reopened on Monday, March 9, with a new name — West Kitchen and Catering — and a new executive chef and owner, Wes Whitehead.
Whitehead — an Agoura Hills native who used to visit Godmother’s as a child — acquired the restaurant from longtime Malibu resident and business owner Dolores Rivellino in January, and has since executed a few changes to the establishment, along with a brand-new menu.

Chris Bashaw

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. 

Ashleigh Fryer

Malibu resident Diane Prince has no apprehension to say she wears the same clothes as her 11-, 13- and 15-year-old daughters. 

In fact, she believes that is the beauty of her women’s contemporary clothing company Winnie & Kat — it empowers women not just to own their style, but to own their independence, as well.

“All three of my daughters wear the pieces differently,” Prince said. “And that’s part of the fun — seeing how everybody translates their own style. That’s the biggest reason I started [Winnie & Kat]; I knew my daughters were watching me.”

Ashleigh Fryer

Chim chimney, chim chimney, chim chim cheroo!

Malibu resident Dick Van Dyke’s 90th birthday lands on Sunday, Dec. 13, and will be celebrated with a trip to Disneyland open to his neighbors in Malibu.

The chartered bus trip leaves the Malibu Playhouse for Disneyland at 9 a.m., and will leave Disneyland at 10:30 p.m. after the fireworks show. The cost to attend is $140 per person, and includes bus and Disneyland entrance fees.

Alex Vejar

The Whole Foods and the Park project will be in the hands of Malibu voters this November.

After six-and-a-half-hours consisting of the project’s staff report, public comment and council member discussion, members of the Malibu City Council voted 4-1 to approve the project, which ultimately will be decided by Malibu voters.

Alex Vejar

Malibu attorney and resident Paul Shoop passed away peacefully on May 16 at St. Johns Hospital in Santa Monica. He was 67 years old. Paul was a loving father and will be missed by his wife of 32 years, Lee, and his six children. 

Chris Bashaw

Heather Gardner can still remember the signature piece of jewelry that encouraged her to consider making her jewelry designing hobby a full-time job.

“One night at a springtime dinner party back in 2006, I was wearing a statement piece that had gold chain, smoky quartz gemstones, and an abalone pendant,” the Malibu resident said. “A friend who was attending my party noticed my necklace and loved it. She had seen other pieces that I had designed and worn around previously, and that night encouraged me to put some time and money into my then-hobby.

Chris Bashaw

When it comes to video in the real estate business, Malibu real estate broker Bill Kerbox has a way of thinking outside of the box.

Before the crackdown on commercial and consumer drones by the Federal Aviation Administration last year, Kerbox used their ability to gather video from unique perspectives to show potential buyers a fuller picture of their possibly soon-to-be Malibu homes.

Alex Vejar

Storm drains are those slits along the side of the road that make people who are texting grip their cell phones a little tighter as they walk by.

They’ve probably swallowed more bouncy balls, keys, coins and small toys than anyone can count, but storm drains consume far more than the things we wish to hold on to.

Ashleigh Fryer

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