Tony Barrera was born in Lyons, Kansas in 1964 and moved to Malibu with his family in 1973 where he spent his childhood/teenage years growing up. Tony played baseball for Malibu Little League and was a great and still talked about catcher. He loved surfing, film making and had a great passion for playing the drums. In Tony’s teenage years, he worked at Trancas Restaurant and The SandCastle as a cook and would be known in later years for his amazing culinary talents.
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An elderly man was in stable condition Saturday, June 20, after being stabbed during a Malibu home invasion incident the night before, according Los Malibu/Lost Hills Sheriff’s Station.
At 10:50 p.m. Friday, June 19, the Malibu/Lost Hills station received a call from the Los Angeles County Fire Dispatch advising that they were responding to an apartment unit in the 20700 block of Pacific Coast Highway, Malibu to treat a possible stabbing victim.
Jillina Carlano and a cast of 30 professional belly dancers sway in time with the sheer white curtains that billow atop a light ocean breeze, connecting the natural movements of their bodies with the natural exhale of the Pacific Ocean.
“Working in this space, being so connected to the beauty of the environment, is unique to any place in the world,” Carlano said. “Where else would we possibly want to be.”
Malibu resident, former mayor, wildlife photographer and conservationist Larry Wan is in search of a legend — and he’s heading for Cuba to find it.
Malibu resident Josh Waldbaum looked down at the Rolex watch clasped to his wrist one day in 2008. Just days before, the item served as a testament to his success as a private fitness trainer, his social status and his worth. It was now worthless to him.
“I had no job, I had nowhere to live and I had about $100 in the bank,” Waldbaum said. “I thought, ‘All this watch does is tell time. I’ll make my own watch.’”
The Miss Malibu Pro Women’s Longboarding Invitational debuted at Surfrider Beach in Malibu Aug. 9-10.
The first-place title of Miss Malibu Pro was awarded to Kaitlin Maguire of Oceanside, California. Maguire not only won the final, but also earned the Wave of the Day award and cash prize from Jericho Poppler for scoring a perfect 20 in her semi final.
Runner-up was awarded to Makayla H. Smith.
“His was a voice that had its own footnotes,” Douglas Kmiec, Our Lady of Malibu parishioner, said with a laugh that reverberated through the crowd that filled the movie theater, as his fellow parishioners and neighbors watched Kmiec on screen at the premier of “Radical Kindness: The Life of John Sheridan,” a film documenting OLM’s Mongsignor, the late John V. Sheridan.
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.
Malibu resident and MUSE School co-founder Suzy Amis Cameron appreciates a good bouquet of flowers, just not the kind one might think.
“Three years ago I was in Sydney, Australia with Jim and it was my birthday ... He pulled out this display and said, ‘This is your birthday present,’” Amis Cameron said. “Most girls like to get jewelry, they like to go to the spa ... Things like that.”
Steve Steere was in his 90th year, when he passed away on Oct. 20, 2014. A Malibu resident for 54 years, Stephen Douglas Steere was a Southern California native, born in Santa Monica on June 20, 1925. His parents, Fred and Gertrude (Gigi) Steere, moved from London, Ontario, Canada, where his two older sisters were born. He was the first in his family to be born in California, followed by his younger sister and brother. His father was known for running Wilson’s Sporting Goods on 3rd Street and Wilshire in Santa Monica.