Florence Weinberger steps up to the microphone Feb. 10 at Malibu Jewish Center and Synagogue to recite works from her newest poetry collection, “Ghost Tattoo.” Photos by Suzy Demeter/22nd Century Media
Young and old gathered sorrowfully and in disbelief at the Postal Annex in Western Malibu on Feb. 10 for a celebration honoring the life of John Thomas Campbell, 57, a longtime employee of the business.
Lindsi Castro, 29, died Jan. 15 after a seven-year battle with brain cancer. Photos Submitted
Friends and family gathered Feb. 9 at Our Lady of Malibu Church to celebrate the life of Lindsi Castro, 29, who died Jan. 15 after a seven-year battle with brain cancer.
Malibu High School baseball coach Billy Ashley (third from right) is pictured with his team last May during the CIF quarterfinal game. This year, the Sharks are facing an uncertain season in which they currently have no home field. 22nd Century Media File Photo
Billy Ashley didn’t expect to be in this position.
The Malibu High School baseball coach doesn’t have a field for his players to practice on and already had to cancel five games this season. Now, the Sharks are going to play in a game without having a single practice under their belts.
Malibu planning commissioners emphasized the need for a city-wide parking plan for businesses — especially those on Pacific Coast Highway — during a permit compliance review of Soho’s Little Beach House, which has been the subject of parking complaints from neighboring residents.
The commission unanimously agreed at its Tuesday, Feb. 19 meeting to continue the compliance review until August, so that parking as well as noise issues can be addressed.
Many folks have asked me about the difference between fertilizing their fire-damaged trees with cheap chemical fertilizers (even hiring someone who will inject a chemical fertilizer into the tree) as opposed to fertilizing organically.