• Malibu’s completed Santa Monica College campus, which is expected to open in 2022, is to house a sheriff’s substation. Rendering Courtesy of QDG Architecture

    City, County officials celebrate new dawn for Santa Monica College

    September 24, 2018 By Suzanne Guldimann, Freelance Reporter News, City, School
    A new vision for Malibu’s Civic Center started to come into focus Friday, Sept. 21.
  • Alexander Romanenko, 22, of Aliso Viejo, takes first in the Nautica Malibu Triathlon’s classic distance race Sunday, Sept. 16. Romanenko also won in 2017 and 2016. Photos by Suzy Demeter/22nd Century Media

    Competition, philanthropy thrive at Nautica Malibu Triathlon

    September 19, 2018 By Eric Billingsley, Freelance Reporter Sports
    It’s 5 a.m. on Sunday, Sept. 16. In the pitch black, warmth is building and surf can be heard pounding the shoreline at Zuma Beach.
  • Sara Kapadia demonstrates Bollywood dance movements during a Friday, Sept. 14 workshop at Michael Landon Community Center in Malibu. Photos by Suzy Demeter/22nd Century Media

    City's Bollywood workshop offers a glimpse into culture, dances

    September 20, 2018 By Barbara Burke, Freelance Reporter Life & Arts, The Arts
    A world away from Malibu, movie stars of Bollywood gather in grand halls and film elaborate extravaganzas featuring gallant men pursuing an intriguing ingénue — or two, three, or more — dancing and gesturing amidst an amazing array of sensational scarves, saris and songs.
  • Jian Parks and his dad, Michael, of Encino, join in Coastal Cleanup Day Saturday, Sept. 15, at Malibu Lagoon. Photos by Suzanne Guldimann/22nd Century Media

    Coastal Cleanup Day draws over 12K volunteers countywide

    September 18, 2018 By Suzanne Guldimann, Freelance Reporter News, Community
    The surf was up, the sun was out and the Nautica Malibu Triathlon was in full swing Saturday, Sept. 15. But many beachgoers braved the traffic in Malibu not for the perfect wave or a lazy day by the sea but, instead, in search of garbage.
  • Civic Center Way Improvements project consultants noted that this sloping portion of Civic Center Way will be redesigned to make it less hazardous. Photos by Suzanne Guldimann/22nd Century Media

    Consultants share details of Civic Center project at meeting

    September 14, 2018 By Suzanne Guldimann, Freelance Reporter News, City
    The Civic Center Way Improvements project, funded by the Measure R sales tax, is intended to “enhance traffic safety and mobility for all modes of travel on Civic Center Way by realigning traffic lanes, expanding the roadway and providing a pedestrian walkway and bike lane.” Residents had an opportunity to learn about the City’s new road improvement project for the .7-mile stretch of Civic Center Way from Malibu Canyon Road to Webb Way during a Thursday, Sept. 13 meeting at Malibu City Hall.

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