• Student arts thriving in Malibu

    May 7, 2021 By Scott Steepleton, Editor News
    From programs supported by the Shark Fund to the Arts Angels latest exhibit at Tracy Park Gallery to a theatrical production of Mo Willems’ tale about a little pigeon who could, student arts are thriving in Malibu.
  • Inching closer to 'normal'

    May 6, 2021 By Scott Steepleton, Editor News
    With Los Angeles County on Thursday entering the yellow tier — the least restrictive of Gov. Newsom’s four-tier Blueprint For a Safer Economy — museums, wineries, gyms and other sectors can open to more people indoors.
  • MHS seniors make college decisions

    May 4, 2021 By Scott Steepleton, Editor News
    Normalcy was on display for Malibu High School students over the weekend with the return of National College Decision Day to May 1.
  • Camarillo executive named Malibu interim city manager

    April 29, 2021 By Scott Steepleton, Editor News
    Ventura County's loss is Malibu’s gain. The five-member Malibu City Council on Thursday unanimously voted to name Steve McClary, a former city manager of Ojai, as interim city manager.
  • City says a-Reva-derci with virtual tribute

    April 28, 2021 By Scott Steepleton, Editor News, Local Government
    Two days after the Malibu City Council unanimously gave in to Reva Feldman’s demand to buy out the remainder of her contract for hundreds of thousands of dollars and a promise not to say bad things about her, the city is holding a virtual event “celebrating” the outgoing city manager.

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