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  • The Malibu Times
    This is a good time to get some Halloween safety out to keep those trick or treaters safe. As a kid, this was always one of my favorite holidays. Carving pumpkins, dreaming up a costume (then trying to make it) and collecting pillowcases full of candy.
  • The Malibu Times
    Weekend breakfast at home is the best, and one of my family’s most favorite morning spreads is peanut butter pancakes with all—and I mean all—the fixings.
  • The Malibu Times
    All the President’s Men,” a dramatic retelling of the Watergate saga, turns 45 and remains the most influential movie of the year.
  • The Malibu Times
    The other day a friend of mine upon seeing a college photo of me said rather casually, “You were handsome.” For those of you who might think this was a compliment, I assure you it was not remotely that. You see, she did not say, “You are handsome ...
  • Mercury News
    Buying a new gasoline-powered leaf blower, lawn mower, string trimmer, chain saw or other outdoor gardening tool in California that runs on fossil fuels may soon be a tradition of the past. On Saturday,
  • The Malibu Times
    Why is everyone so angry? Letters to the editor, emails, online postings make it absolutely clear that everyone, and I do mean everyone, seems to be totally angry, short tempered, grouchy and not very sympathetic to anyone else’s problems.
  • The Malibu Times
    When I reflect on my childhood as a California native, I can’t recall a time where we had frequent fires. I associated the smell of a fire with roasting s’mores;
  • The Malibu Times
    Sheriff Alex Villanueva is pursuing the Trump-deSantis-Cruz political strategy of embracing outrageously anti-progressive initiatives to ensure highest name recognition in upcoming elections.
  • The Malibu Times
    When I reflect on my childhood as a California native, I can’t recall a time where we had frequent fires. I associated the smell of a fire with roasting s’mores;
  • The Malibu Times
    Steve Donnelly asked a golf buddy if he wanted to hit the course one day years ago. The friend, also a UPS co-worker, told Donnelly, a frequent golfer, he would
  • By identifying your destination and mapping out the steps you need to take to get there, you stand a much better chance of achieving your goal in the earlier stages of your career.
  • The Malibu Times
    Billy Moss is a little under a year away from his next bodybuilding competition, but he is already preparing for it.
  • The Malibu Times
    Often remembered for her 1926 kidnapping scandal, Aimee Semple McPherson was involved in another scandal at Las Tunas Beach in 1930.
  • The Malibu Times
    The first real Santa Ana windstorms of this fall in Malibu were predicted to arrive Thursday night into Friday, with 50 mile per hour wind gusts predicted for the windiest
  • The Malibu Times
    Connecting people in need to the social services many of us take for granted is the tenet of Homeless Connect Day in Malibu. Advocates for the needy and unhoused held
  • The Malibu Times
    The Malibu Dolphin Charitable Foundation, founded by Malibu Times publishers Karen and Arnold York, provides recognition and support for individuals, organizations and community projects that enhance
  • The Malibu Times
    A proposed new house in the middle of the Big Rock landslide zone was approved Monday night, October 11, by t City Council. The council also voted to continue
  • The Malibu Times
    Nine Malibu residents tested positive for the coronavirus in the week from Tuesday, Oct. 5, through Monday, Oct. 11, bringing Malibu’s total number of residents to have tested positive for
  • The Malibu Times
    Malibu has made it through a year with no major fires, according to a recent review of public safety activity in the city, but low fuel moisture could put residents
  • The Malibu Times
    In recognition of the city’s commitment to healthy waterways and oceans, Malibu has been certified as a “Blue City” by nonprofit Project O through the Blue City Network.

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