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Christian Pierce’s film career is off to a flying start. At just 22 years of age, the Malibu High School alumnus worked on a student film to be shown at this year’s Cannes Film Festival in France. 

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Malibu Farmers Market welcomed visitors on Sunday for socially distanced outdoor grocery shopping featuring fresh produce, baked goods, prepared foods, flowers, plants and other goodies. The market offered a free brunch to the first 50 attendees on Sunday, April 11, including French crepes, …

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Claudia Taylor has walked on the beaches of Malibu since she was six years old. Over the years, she traveled and moved to New York to study, but found her way back to Malibu to raise a family. Now at the age of 60, the self-taught artist has been creating sculptures and artwork with not just…

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The City of Malibu, in partnership with the nonprofit Curative, facilitated its first largescale public vaccination clinic within city limits on Tuesday, April 13 from 8 a.m. to 5 p.m. The vaccine event was open to anyone who lives or works in Malibu, with pre-registration required. Those wh…

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Until this week, Malibu may be the hardest place in the U.S. to find a COVID-19 Vaccine shot. We’ve got all the elements lined up against us: 

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Seven additional Malibu residents tested positive for the novel coronavirus in the week from April 6–12, bringing the total number of infected residents to 405 since the virus was first detected. As of the latest data available from LA County, 4,224 Malibu residents (or a little over 38 perc…

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A small cluster of COVID-19 infections has been reported this month at Pepperdine University. The Los Angeles County Department of Public Health first reported seven cases of coronavirus linked to the local university’s athletics program in the beginning of April. Then the university divulge…

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The Pepperdine University School of Public Policy has released a study confirming what was widely speculated: COVID-19 has hit the Latino community in California the hardest in just about every aspect possible.

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For the second week in a row, Malibu has seen a week-over-next increase in local coronavirus cases, with 12 residents testing positive from March 30-April 5, bringing the total number of infections to 398 since last March. The increase came as cases dropped countywide, despite fear of a drea…

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Sadly we read last week of a woman hiking on Point Dume who was assaulted when she asked another hiker to put on a mask. There is no excuse for such behavior, but the larger point is the insanity having overtaken so many people in our state. 

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After spending more than four months locked down in California’s most restrictive “purple tier” after COVID-19 cases began spiking in November, LA County has been moving rapidly over the past three weeks to begin reopening: everything from indoor dining to aquariums. Even Dodger Stadium will…

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Santa Monica-Malibu Unified School District students will start school three feet closer to each other than previously thought when they return to classrooms after spring break on Monday, April 12. 

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Two Malibu residents tested positive for the novel coronavirus in the week between March 16–22, down from consistent double-digit increases in cases through the winter months. The decline in new cases across LA County has allowed for more indoor spaces and recreational opportunities to reope…

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I have good news and bad news to share with you. The good news is that I just got my second shot of the Moderna vaccine and can once again venture forth out of my house where I have been a virtual prisoner forever and a day. 

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