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City at crossroads amid continued erosion of historic Surfrider Beach

June 19, 2019 by Suzanne Guldimann, Freelance Reporter News, Community

The Malibu Surfrider wall was built in 1928 by the Adamson family, near the ancient Chumash cultural heritage site Humaliwo, which gave Malibu its name.  

It is made out of cement block and beach stones, each post...

Mighty Music's fire recovery fundraiser slated for this Thursday

by Lauren Coughlin, Editor News, Community

In times of need, an artist’s drive to create is often amplified. 

Such was the case for Malibu music producer Eric Dick and his partner, singer/songwriter Celleste Dumouchel, when the Woolsey Fire drastically altered...

Closures to hit PCH Monday-Wednesday

by Submitted by California Department of Transportation News, Community

Portions of Pacific Coast Highway will be closed next week for restoration work and debris removal in areas that were affected by the Woolsey Fire.

Closures of the right lane of northbound PCH, from Puerco Canyon Road to Corral Canyon Road...

Community launches fundraiser for local firefighter's medical expenses

by Barbara Burke, Freelance Reporter News, Community

Tim Finn, 52, a Los Angeles County firefighter who works at Station 71 on Point Dume, sustained a stroke at work Feb. 24 that left him paralyzed, with no movement in his right arm and limited movement in his right leg.