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22nd Century Media’s newest achievement: The Chicagoan

August 25, 2015 by Alex Mayster, Managing Editor News

22nd Century Media just keeps growing.

In just over 10 years, the company has established itself as Chicagoland’s third-largest media organization by expanding from one to 15 publications and providing award-winning...

Skepticism arrives with caulk removal at Malibu schools

August 25, 2015 by Chris Bashaw, Editor News

As far as the Santa Monica-Malibu Unified School District is concerned, the polychlorinated biphynel contamination of caulk and building materials at Malibu High School and Juan Cabrillo Elementary School is resolved after the caulk’s...

Former MHS interim principal honored at Los Angeles luncheon

August 25, 2015 by Alex Vejar, Assistant Editor News

LOS ANGELES — Former Malibu High School interim principal David Jackson was honored at a yearly luncheon by Shelters for Israel on Sunday, Aug. 23, at Temple Beth Am in Los Angeles. 

Jackson came out of retirement...

Push for independent Malibu school district gaining steam

by Alex Vejar, Assistant Editor News, School

The proposal of a new Malibu Unified School District could appear on a ballot for Malibu voters as early as April of next year, according to a presentation at a town hall meeting hosted by the Advocates for Malibu Public Schools on Wednesday, Aug...

Author reads, signs new novel about race relations at Bank of Books Malibu

by Staff Report News

Author John Sharer read and signed his new novel, “The Cockney Lad and Jim Crow” on Saturday, Aug. 22, at Bank of Books Malibu.

“The Cockney Lad and Jim Crow” is the story of 17-year-old Peter Mason, who flees the...

Photos: Vintage Grocers throws summer concert in western Malibu

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