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A total of 112 Malibu residents have tested positive for the novel coronavirus since testing began in April of this year, according to the most recent information shared by the LA Public Health Department on Tuesday, Oct. 27. Malibu’s case rate remains among the lowest across LA County, at a…

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The Pepperdine Waves men’s golf team won its first tournament of the season earlier this month. The squad, ranked first in the nation before the COVID-19 pandemic forced the stoppage of their spring season, won the Oct. 5-6 Pasadera Collegiate Invitational in Monterey. 

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PCH is papered with signs. Local social media pages are alight with endorsements and ads. Maybe you even gave a few dollars to help out your favorite candidate. But did you shake his hand? 

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Malibu beaches seem to get more crowded every year, with frequent social media photo posts depicting piles of trash left behind on local beaches that don’t have public restrooms or trash cans. Visitors sometimes spend the day camped out underneath the pilings or overhangs of houses. The prob…

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The road toward Malibu getting its own school district is long and winding, but city leaders decided on Monday that they were done playing nice. In a unanimous, 5-0, city council vote, a decision was made to petition the LA County Office of Education (LACOE) to intervene in an attempted sepa…

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The Archdiocese of Los Angeles may begin handing out waivers for schools to launch in-person instruction for TK through second grades—and Our Lady of Malibu School Principal Michael Smith thinks his school has a good shot at getting one. 

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Hundreds of bills made it to California Governor Gavin Newsom’s desk in August and September this year. And, while they didn’t all get his stamp of approval, four of the bills authored and sponsored by State Senator Henry Stern, Malibu’s representative in Sacramento, did.

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Strange Family Vineyards Tasting Room at the Malibu Lumber Yard really is a family-run business. Even the children are involved, from providing legal work to moving boxes and labeling bottles of Pinot Noir, Chardonnay, Syrah and sparkling wines. 

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Pepperdine University’s dean backtracked on the idea of an in-person start in early January 2021, announcing the spring semester would run from Feb. 8, 2021 to May 20, 2021, with no spring break. The announcement of the shortened semester was made via email on Tuesday, Sept. 15.

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The novel coronavirus positivity rate fell below three percent across LA County this week, signaling more good news in the fight against the pandemic that has killed more than 200,000 Americans so far. 

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A Malibu youngster has found a novel way to spend down time during the coronavirus pandemic, all while brightening the spirits of some cancer patients at a southland hospital. 

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Concern about Pepperdine students throwing potentially COVID-spreading parties was reinvigorated after Pepperdine student newspaper The Graphic published an article Thursday, Sept. 10, citing a professor who said he had witnessed students throwing “large indoor parties with 20 to 30 people w…

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There is normal life and there is COVID-19 life. Before this year, no business or industry knew there was a difference. By March, no person or company was quite sure what the differences might be. Now, we know more.For Malibu real estate, it has been a tale of two cities. In April, only five…

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Good news for those struggling to pay off those federal student loan debts during the novel coronavirus pandemic: On Aug. 8, President Donald Trump directed the secretary of education to continue to suspend loan payments, stop collections and waive interest on department of education-held st…

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Maybe people really are fleeing the city. Malibu represents an escape to a more rural area with great weather and less big city strife, and something strange is going on in the local condo sales market. Without any other explanation that would fit current market trends and underlying economi…

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