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The Malibu Jewish Center & Synagogue, along with the Malibu Film Society, are hosting a screening and panel discussion about homelessness on Saturday, Oct. 20, at 7:30 p.m. 

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In a unanimous vote Monday, Malibu City Council upheld the Planning Commission’s denial of a permit that would have given the Mountains Recreation and Conservation Authority extra time to build a house on a newly purchased lot in Sycamore Park.

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In preparation for this November’s city council election, The Malibu Times will be sitting down with all five candidates vying for one of two open seats.

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Malibuites practically had a VIP view of SpaceX’s rocket launch last Sunday evening. According to social media for the company, the event was Falcon 9’s first landing on this side of the country. It also tweeted that the launch marked “the 30th successful landing of a rocket booster.” 

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After decades of slow-growth proponents fighting a sewer in Malibu, Friday saw the long-awaited opening of what is now called the city’s water treatment facility—a euphemism for what is otherwise known as a sewer. Since water management issues not only affect California, which has been deali…

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It was a peaceful Sunday afternoon at Legacy Park—a perfect setting for the unveiling of Malibu’s first Poetry Stones. Malibu locals and artists gathered for the dedication, which included poetry readings and a special guest live performance by Karma Dealers, Shannon Navarro-Mitchell and Mic…

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As a key player in the local education scene, the Boys & Girls Club of Malibu has branches at all the schools in the community to provide services and programs for local youth.

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White House legal counsel Don McGahn oversaw the FBI investigation into allegations that a drunk Brett Kavanaugh, age 17, had sexually assaulted Chrissy Ford, age 15, at a house party and had, two years later, again inebriated, sexually assaulted fellow Yale University student Debby Ramirez.…

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The United Nations (U.N.) found a lot to love about two vegan school lunch programs in Germany and presented them with a 2018 Climate Action Award. Perhaps American schools could learn a thing or two from them and serve more vegan options as well. 

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After 31 years of owning The Malibu Times, Karen and I have come to the conclusion that it’s time for us to retire—we’ve put both the newspaper and building up for sale. It is not an easy decision for us, sort of like deciding to sell one’s child. But the time has come for us to pass the pen. 

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I don’t really know why, but the other day I was thinking of the story of Adam and Eve in Genesis, the Old Testament. (We Jews have propriety rights to it, and it may not be reproduced or retransmitted in any form without our express written consent.) 

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I’ve been thinking about whether Thomas Wolfe was correct when he wrote, “You can’t go home again.” I have often shared this view, but based on a recent trip to the Canadian Rockies, I am now prepared to make a complete 180 and say, “You can go home again.”

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I ask you, my reader, to please indulge me while I use this blog to take care of a personal item. My dear friend Charlie Stolar is turning 70, and if I write something really nice about him, I won’t have to take him out to an expensive restaurant. You can see I am a man of the highest moral …

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I was smoking a stogie at the Malibu Cigar Lounge on the PCH (we all have our vices) and catching up on some good old male companionship and banter when a fellow customer recognized me from my photo in this very Malibu Times.

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Just a couple of weeks ago, I was watching the CBS Morning News on a restful Sunday when the show reported what for me was a disturbing link between the use of hands and the happiness of one’s brain.

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