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The Malibu Hornets Little League softball squad claimed first place in last weekend’s District 25 Southern Californian Tournament of Champions after a hard-fought battle against West LA’s Elite Squad.

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The results of California’s primary election on Tuesday, June 5, reveal Democrats maintaining overall dominance in statewide and local races, though the races for governor, U.S. House (District 33), attorney general and secretary of state will feature both Republican and Democrat names.

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A new Malibu real estate record could be broken soon if NBCUniversal vice chairman Ron Meyer gets the $125 million asking price for his Paradise Cove-area home.   The mansion, which sits on an over three-acre blufftop site, is a modern style by the late noted architect Charles Gwathmey. The …

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As part of a child development program, Juan Cabrillo Elementary School students perform  a production of William Shakespeare’s “A Midsummer Night’s Dream,” which was directed and choreographed by Zoe Langley.

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Our Lady of Malibu School held its eighth grade graduation ceremony earlier this month. The graduates are: Maximus Obrien, Tijes Kline, Maxim Podgore, Casey Kelly, Sofia Bingham, Victoria Graham, India Cortese, Jacqueline Reynaga, Brooke Robinson, Sami Sheen, Audrey Golan, Nicole Reynaga, El…

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Malibu/Lost Hills Sheriff’s Station personnel recently participated in the 2018 Special Olympics Law Enforcement Torch Run. They started at the L.A. County line and made their way to the Ventura County Sheriff’s Office to pass on the torch.

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Rebecca Harkness captured this week’s Best Shot on Mother’s Day, from high above Malibu close to the Corral Canyon Trailhead on the 67-mile Backbone Trail. Harkness has hiked 30 miles along the trail to create beautiful photographs of Malibu’s landscape.

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Twenty-year Malibu resident Mary Beth Garber was appointed by California Governor Jerry Brown to serve on the state’s Private Security Disciplinary Review Committee. The appointment was announced on June 1.

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As a Malibu mom, resident, business owner, playwright, director, producer and lifelong teacher, I write with the utmost respect and heartfelt concern to bring awareness to the recent disconnect regarding gun violence in our hometown.

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We can all rest a little easier now that President Donald Trump and North Korean leader Kim Jong Un have shaken hands and seemingly found in each something they like. We really shouldn’t be surprised because they saw in each other something that was immediately recognizable to both of them a…

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All too frequently I write a column and then, figuratively speaking, I put it on the shelf. In actuality, the column disappears into the depths of my computer until the spirit moves me, and I retrieve it and submit it to the powers that be at The Malibu Times. I probably have more than 20 pi…

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There is nobody in the world I take after more than my father, David Ross, so it might seem a tad bit egotistical when I say Dad was a great man. Nobody has ever accused me of being humble, although I have eaten humble pie on more occasions than I would like to admit.

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Yes, my sophisticated reader, you have figured out from the title of this blog that I have been elsewhere, although to be perfectly honest, nobody seemed to notice my absence. My bride and I just returned from a two-week trip to New York and France, and other than being discombobulated and g…

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Many moons ago, when I lived back on the East Coast, my sister-in-law Barbara served me lobster bisque. It tasted awful, but none of the other diners seemed anything but delighted with their soup. I didn’t know what to say. I thought about remaining silent, but silence has never been my stro…

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Even though I’ve had 75 years to practice, I am still having trouble figuring out what to say and when to say it. For instance, when somebody sneezes near me, I am the first person to belt out, “God bless you” or “Gesundheit.” Since I don’t know which is more appropriate, I tend to alternate…

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