For the first time in nearly a month, the Sharks have some normalcy back in their lives.
Malibu resident Soleil Errico (center), 17, is hoisted on the shoulders of her coach Taylor Jensen (left) and surfer Ben Skinner after winning the 2018 World Surf League Women’s World Longboard Championship at the Taiwan Open of Surfing. WSL/Jack Barripp (WorldSurfLeague.com)
For almost 40 years, Malibu Search and Rescue team member Kevin Ryan has been saving lives. He’s retiring this month.
The Malibu City Council listens Tuesday, Dec. 4, as Corral Canyon resident Robert Bailey talks about his community’s confiscated fire truck and his canyon being abandoned by the Los Angeles Fire Department. Photos by Dave Teel/22nd Century Media
December 5, 2018By Michele Willer-Allred, Freelance ReporterNews, City
Emotions ran high during a special Malibu City Council meeting Tuesday, Dec. 4, when City leaders, fire and police officials tried to explain what went wrong, and what went right, during the evacuation and emergency response to the Woolsey Fire which ignited on Nov. 8.
Malibu United Methodist Church (30128 Morning View Drive, 310-457-7505)
5 p.m. Dec. 20. The church welcomes the Rev. Lupita Alonso-Redondo, minister at El Buen Pastor United Methodist Church of Santa Paula, to lead its Las Posadas procession. All are invited to join in the traditional festivities that commemorate Joseph and Mary’s search for safe refuge. Dinner will be served.