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As local Malibu library worker Norman Goldstein eloquently stated, “I’ve gone from feeding the mind to feeding the body.” The library page is now a disaster service worker along with hundreds of his colleagues in the Los Angeles County Public Library system.

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Stephen Udoff got his Realtor license when he was 21. He bought his first piece of property when he was just 22. In his late 20s, he became the youngest Realtor ever to serve on the California Association of Realtors executive committee, after being hand picked by the association’s president…

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The Pepperdine Waves men’s volleyball team will begin its 2021 season later this month. The season’s start comes nearly a year after the novel coronavirus pandemic ended the squad’s 2020 campaign with nine games left on the regular season calendar. 

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Malibuite Gisele Halualani, a Louisville High School student, was recently selected to join the national Ambassador Leadership Program by the National Society of High School Scholars (NSHSS).

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When I was young, I always wanted to live in Palm Springs. Now it seems like I actually do. Summer in Malibu used to end after Labor Day. The Malibu Triathlon pushed things back a few weeks, but by Oct. 1, the invading hordes always departed back to the Far East. This year, even winter weeke…

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Your editor/publisher seems perturbed by Mr. Silverstein’s purported allegiance to winning. Well, he did win the election, but the other three council members refused to recognize that victory, being more dedicated to “winning” the seat as mayor pro-tem to which Bruce was entitled than to re…

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As I write this, the National Weather Service is predicting strong winds for Monday, Jan. 18, lasting through Jan. 19. Not only is this a wildfire threat, winds alone can cause widespread damage and power outages. But danger can also sometimes come from protests and demonstrations if they ge…

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The public confuses the term “science” with knowledge, because advancements in knowledge are so often associated with scientists conducting scientific research. Science, in fact, consists of investigational rules designed to reduce uncertainty about hypothesized causes. While good scientists…

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This responds to Lynn Norton’s letter concerning councilman Silverstein’s “aggressive” emails and “argumentative” approach. Ms. Norton says it is Bruce’s job to “find consensus.” Bruce was not sent to find consensus, but to change the way business is done at the Malibu City Council. Seems th…

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Let’s be honest with each other. If it weren’t for the perfect weather we enjoy here, how many of us would still be living in Malibu? Let me put it another way, if by some horrible quirk of fate, Malibu ended up with North Dakota’s weather, would we still live here? I believe most of us woul…

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As I am writing this column, I realize how much I want to be a man of the times. I want to be “with it,” join in whatever trend is popular today.  The most recent trend seems to be engaging in conspiracy theories and hurling around loose accusations. 

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Each year around this time I write a column either listing New Year’s resolutions I have no intention of honoring, or making predictions for the upcoming year most of which never come true. Predictions it is!

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I don’t know why “Memories from Christmases Past” sounds so much better than “Memories from Past Christmases” but it does, and that’s all there is to it. 

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I acknowledge upfront that this is a very strange title for a column, even for one written by yours truly. You might well be thinking I have lost my mind, and that is exactly the point of this column.

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